Being the center of attention is the worst but being the center of his world feels pretty damn good.
Cora Monroe has spent her life in the spotlight thanks to her family's name and a tragedy that devastated her. She's always hated the attention but never more so than when her last relationship blew up in her face—and in the media. All she wants is to lay low, but she's at loose ends and not even her career brings her joy anymore. Until she catches a glimpse of the most gorgeous man she's ever seen just as the elevator doors close.
Nathan Talbot is a solid second-line hockey player who's finally getting his shot as captain of the new expansion team. He's determined to prove he's up to the task of leading a team. That means keeping his attention on the ice and not on the owner's beautiful and intriguing sister.
Once they meet face-to-face, the spark between them is instantaneous and neither of them can—or wants to—resist. But all eyes are on Nate. A relationship with him would thrust Cora right back into the public eye, the last place she wants to be. And Nate can't afford to blow his big chance. He'd just walk away if he was smart, but every time he sees her, being smart seems overrated. He just wants her.
Can Cora ignore the media frenzy and grab onto happiness with both hands, or will she let the doors slide shut again and walk away alone?