Pucked by Rachel Walter

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Age: 14 and up (adult content)

Genre: YA Contemporary

For fans of: Real life fiction and hockey

Summary: Does life get in the way of love or does love get in the way of life?

Riley Silk, captain of the Warrior’s Ice Hockey team at Dalesburg High, doesn’t think life can be lived if love is present. If there’s two things in life he knows to be true, it’s that love causes pain and hockey is his ticket to a better life. He’s worked hard to maintain his Frozen Silk reputation in order to stay focused on his duties and goals.

Audrey Jacobs, the Warrior’s number one fan, believes life can’t be lived without love. She can find love and beauty in the muddiest of situations. Her best friend, Riley, is under a lot of stress at home, so she does her best to brighten his mood whenever she can.

When lines cross and blur, they struggle to keep control of the simplicity their friendship once held. With Audrey’s outlook on life usually surrounded by light, the growing darkness of her doubts and insecurities threaten to deflect her toward the wrong path.

Can she find her true self before her world burns around her? When truths become lies, can Riley find the strength to fight his way through his own personal darkness that clings to his mind and soul? Can he win this face-off that life has dropped in his zone, or will fate take him out of the game completely?

Who keeps the puck?

5 Star Review: I was immediately hooked. I couldn’t wait for to finish the story and hated when I got interrupted. Riley’s character stuck with me, but so did Audrey. They both had their own problems but found relief in each other, but one event changed everything. It’s easy to get lost in highlighting in this book. There’s so many inspiring quotes and lessons to take from this book. – Amazon review.

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