* Review * SHOT ON GOLD by Jaci Burton

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* Review * SHOT ON GOLD by Jaci BurtonShot on Gold by Jaci Burton
Series: A Play-by-Play Novel
Published by Berkley on February 13, 2018
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In the new Play-by-Play novel by the New York Times bestselling author of The Final Score, opposites attract when a figure skater and hockey player lace up their skates--and go for the gold...

Will "Mad Dog" Madigan is making his second trip to the Winter Games, and he couldn't be happier. Hockey is his life and playing for the U.S. team is a privilege. Then he meets U.S. figure skater Amber Sloane. She's beautiful, ambitious and driven--everything Will desires in a woman. He would love to show Amber how hot life off the ice can be.

Amber has skated her entire life, sacrificing everything in the hopes of one day winning gold. Now she's competing for the third and final time. She intends to win, and nothing's going to get in her way--until she meets Will. He's an irresistible charmer, and before long Amber is wondering if this sexy hockey player is the perfect guy to show her some moves outside the rink.

But after all the medals have been awarded, Will and Amber will have to decide if what they have together is just a fling or a real shot at true love.


What a great book to read RIGHT NOW! I had such a blast reading this book while watching the Olympic’s on TV and imagining such things happening there. The characters hook you quickly and the story line is sweet, sassy and competitive!

Hockey extraordinaire Will “Mad Dog” Madigan is extremely proud to represent the US in the Vancouver Winter Games and plans to have the time of his life while he’s there. He’s a friendly guy and the life of the party so it’s not a surprise that everyone wants to party with Will!

Figure skater Amber Sloane is back for her final attempt at bringing home the gold. She’s decided to make this third trip to the Games her very best, and meeting Will early on puts her on the right track. Their attraction to each other proves to be a bit of a distraction, but their early devotion to supporting each other’s journey helps keep them focused on what they’re really there for!


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