* Review * KNIGHT BEFORE CHRISTMAS by Kat Mizera

I voluntarily read an early copy of this book.

* Review * KNIGHT BEFORE CHRISTMAS by Kat MizeraKnight Before Christmas by Kat Mizera
Series: Romancing The Rink #4
on November 16, 2021
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Retired hockey star Remington Knight is back on top... and he intends to stay that way.

After having everything, losing it all and then getting it back, his only focus is preparing for the inaugural season of his new professional hockey team. Taking a detour to the quaint little town of Garland Grove, British Columbia where Remy just inherited an ice arena he didn’t even know his father owned, is a distraction he can’t afford right now. The plan is simple... get in, hire a realtor, and get the hell out before Christmas.

Bad luck follows Noelle Burrier around like a lost puppy. She’s barely getting by, living in her car and working a dead-end job at the concession stand of the local hockey rink. When the arena’s hotshot new owner comes in ready to sell, she finds herself on thin ice, desperate to make him see more than dollar signs.

The more time they spend together, the harder it is to keep their distance and deny the fire building between them. With Remy just passing through, and Noelle stuck where she is, will they find the magic of Christmas together or will her knight in shining armor skate off into the sunset, leaving her alone in the cold?


Kat Mizera knocked it out of the park with this one! I couldn’t have loved Remy and Noelle more and cannot wait to see more of them in the new Lauderdale Knights series! In KNIGHT BEFORE CHRISTMAS, Mizera brings us book four in the sweet and sassy Romancing the Rink series revolving around good times at an ice rink in Garland Grove that seems to make magical connections no one was expecting.

Remington is a sweetheart and I enjoyed getting to know him and his plans outside of the career he lost in pro hockey. Only one little detail is derailing him from settling into his upcoming life in Ft. Lauderdale … a quaint ice rink he’s now inherited that no one even knew his father owned.

Noelle is the easiest character in the world to love. She’s temporarily homeless, but her heart still finds every single thing she can do to make someone else’s life more fulfilled and does it instead of worrying about herself.

I highly recommend this book as well as the entire series to anyone who enjoys a small town romance full of heart, humor and happily ever afters.


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