As a die-hard hockey fan, Cheyenne doesn’t expect to fall for the injured pro from her favorite team; Kamden is determined to get back on the ice before his career is over. Can Cheyenne and Kamden’s love prove that there is more than just scoring goals?
Life was good. I had a great job, amazing people surrounding me, season tickets to see my favorite hockey team play, and a cat that I could cuddle. Although it didn’t seem glamorous, I was happy. But when the shy, handsome, and somewhat awkward hockey player slid into my life, I realized that I could be happier. I wanted to be more than just content with life.
I knew I wanted to be a hockey player from the moment I put on my first pair of skates. I played hard for the Titans, proving that I belonged on the top line. But just when I finally made it, an injury took me out of the game. While feeling sorry for myself and waiting to heal, I met the bubbly, beautiful, and smart pediatrician who brought me to my knees. She made me see that there was more to life than scoring goals. A love of the game helps bring these two together and onto a path towards a different kind of love.
Cheyenne and Kamden’s road isn’t as smooth as ice, though. What happens when Kam’s recovery isn’t easy and his position on the team is threatened? Cheyenne has to figure out how to break down his defense and Kam has to realize that he might not always be the one to score the game-winning goal.
After all, 425 Madison is the perfect place to fall in love.
BlueSeal’s review of Game Winning Goal
All good things must come to an end. Game Winning Goal by Kay Gordon marks the end of the 425 Madison Series and not just season three. I have been invested in the 425 Madison Series since the first book in season one and here we are at book number twenty-three. Some books, I have loved while others I have chosen not to review. Kay Gordon wrote one of my favorite books from season one, Two For Holding, so I was very excited to see her name again in season three with another book about a hockey player. Grab your afternoon coffee and let’s chat about Kay Gordon’s Game Winning Goal.
Cheyenne’s life is full. She works as a pediatrician at a thriving practice in New York. Her bosses are her adopted uncles and she has Pickles, a fluffy white furball, for a roommate in her 425 Madison Avenue apartment. Cheyenne also has season tickets to watch her favorite hockey team play while she stuffs her face with snacks and crochets baby blankets. What more could a thirty-year-old woman want?
Kamden has been on the injured list for six weeks while waiting for the torn ligaments in his shoulder to heal. Mentally, he’s been in a bad place since getting injured only leaving his home for physical therapy to go to the gym. One night, he can’t stand it anymore and buys a ticket to watch the game incognito. Sporting a hat and overgrown hair and beard, Kamden ends up beside the most beautiful woman that he’s ever seen who was full of happiness.
A chance meeting at a charity event brings Cheyenne and Kamden together again only for Cheyenne to find out that the homeless-looking man who sat beside her at the last game happens to be her favorite hockey player.
I loved this book! Kay Gordon has written a beautifully executed love story! I didn’t plan to read it in once sitting but I just could not help myself. Cheyenne and Kamden’s story was just easy and melted my heart. Definitely in the top 5 of my favorite books in the 425 Madison Series!
My rating of Game Winning Goal by Kay Gordon….a very strong 5 out of 5 propellors.
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An older man was telling us all about how he’d once considered buying a hockey team, and I was doing my best to feign interest. I let my gaze wonder, so I could people watch, though, and I did a double-take when I caught sight of a woman speaking with a small group of people.
She was wearing a dark purple dress that fell to the floor and long sleeves that went to her wrists. The fabric dipped low on her chest, teasing at the cleavage underneath. The dress was tight at the waist, though, and showed off every curve she had. Her blonde hair had big curls in it, and the tips looked like they reached her shoulders. She appeared to be about three or four inches shorter than me, but I was willing to be everything I had that she had on some killer heels under that dress.
It wasn’t just the way she looked that caught me, though. It was the way she held herself. She was smiling as she spoke, and it was obvious that she had every man around her eating out of her hand. They laughed at whatever she was saying, and she appeared to be enjoying herself.
She was captivating.
“What do you think, Mr. Matlock? Do we have a chance at a repeat of the cup?”
I reluctantly peeled my eyes away from the woman to focus on the man in front of me. With a fake smile on my face, I shrugged.
“I think there’s always a chance. We have plenty of time to turn it around.”
When I glanced back at the woman, I saw that she had removed herself from the group she was with and was heading toward the silent auction table.
“Excuse me for a moment, will you?” I didn’t wait for anyone to reply before walking away.
The woman was looking at one of the lots that included a hot air balloon ride when I walked up. I cleared my throat and fought against shoving my hands into my pockets– a nervous habit of mine.
“A hot air balloon ride, huh?” I wanted to cringe at the lame words leaving my mouth, but I couldn’t stop them. “I’d probably faint before I left the ground.”
The woman looked up at me with a polite but disinterested smile on her face that told me she thought my line was cheesy, too. “Afraid of heights?
When her emerald green eyes met mine, recognition and realization dawned on me.
It was the woman from the game.
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About Kay Gordon
Kay Gordon is a married mother of two living near the west coast. She spends her days teaching young, impressionable minds in public school and evenings typing away furiously once her children are in bed. Her favorite genres to read are Contemporary Romance and New Adult/College romance, although she rarely denies a good paranormal or dystopian! When she’s not teaching or writing, Kay loves to spend time with her family. They’re all a bunch of nerds who can quote Disney movies and Star Wars quickly!
About the 425 Madison Series
Welcome to 425 Madison Ave the perfect place to fall in love. Rounding out the summer with some hot city nights and coasting into fall with more cool characters at this famous high-rise, 425 Madison is returning for a third season!
With some familiar faces and some brand new residents – you’ll be sure to find an author you love and a trope to ignite your taste buds after all 425 Madison IS the perfect place to fall in love!
We’ve got an amazing line of up must-read romance authors including, Lauren Helms, Allie York
J Marie, Kay Gordon, Marcie Shumway, Aubree Valentine, S.L. Sterling, and Fiona Tulle
Prepare for pages packed with new romances, characters, and tropes all from the same well-loved high-rise apartment building in NYC.
Season One and Two feature stories from some of your favorite romance authors: Leigh Lennon, MK Moore, Allie York, Aubree Valentine, Kay Gordon, Lauren Helms, Sylvia Kane, Katy Ames, KC Enders, Marci Shumway, and C. Lesbirel. All these authors came together, each with a standalone romance for you to enjoy. Covering all of your favorite tropes each tale offers you something new, something different.
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