* Review * LOSING LAUREL by Kat Mizera

* Review * LOSING LAUREL by Kat MizeraLosing Laurel by Kat Mizera
Series: Alaska Blizzard #4
on April 25, 2019
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four-half-stars

The line between love and hate isn’t always thin…

Professional hockey team owner Gage Caldwell has it all: Money, friends, and a career some would kill for. But everything means nothing if you don’t have someone to share it with. The one thing missing is Laurel, the ex-wife he never stopped loving. Too bad she hates him.

Hockey coach Laurel Saunders will never forgive her ex-husband for not being there when she needed him most, but that doesn’t mean she stopped loving him. Desperate to let go of the past, she’s thrown herself into coaching women’s hockey and made a new life for herself. A life without Gage.

Sparks fly and history repeats itself, when they find themselves thrown together. This second chance might be their last, and Gage is determined to do whatever it takes to prove to Laurel this time will be different. Can he find a way to win her back or will she always be the one who got away?

 

Quick paced, tempting and raw! With the next book in the Alaska Blizzard series, Kat Mizera brings us the beauty of a reunion story. The characters are very easy to like, the back story is intriguing and the sports drama is a lot of fun to read. Really enjoyed!

As the wealthy owner of a professional hockey team, Gage Caldwell has the perks of a prominent life at his fingertips, but there’s constantly something missing … and that something is the woman he never stopped loving, his ex-wife.

Laurel Saunders might not have wound up the places she thought she’d be at this point in her life, but thanks to the unwanted generosity of her ex-husband she finds that she can pick and choose her coaching positions in order to take on the projects she most wants. When Gage shocks her with an offer she can’t refuse, she finds herself co-existing with the man who never left her heart. A part of her hates him and the fallout from the lies that he told, but another part of her could never stop loving him.

four-half-stars

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