Hockey is all Jay knows. It’s all he loves. Then he met Callan.
Jay’s career has always been everything to him. He’s sacrificed his entire life to make his dreams of fame come true. Now that he’s on top, he’s enjoyed more than his fair share of the one-night benefits. Women come all too easily to him. Never in a million years does he dream he’ll get brought to his knees. That’s why the last thing he expects is a man to be the one who ends up making him insane, especially since he’s straight.
While Callan’s twin Cato has always been the star of the family, he hasn’t left Callan behind. Where Cato goes, Callan is along for the ride. But whereas Cato enjoys the limelight, Callan is horribly shy. He tries staying out of the way. The last thing he wants is to hurt Cato’s career by everyone learning about his gay twin. Not to mention, he doesn’t want the attention. That is until he meets Cato’s teammate, Jay. He wouldn’t mind a little of Jay’s time.
So Pucked Up is the first in Charity Parkerson’s Thin Ice series. These are sports bi-awakenings and steamy romances meant to heat up your day.
Cato’s broken heart cost him everything. Now he has a second chance at the top. Too bad his stupid heart plans to test him again.
After years of playing professional hockey in California, Cato has been traded after a less than stellar year. In his defense, Cato spent the season watching the man he loves fall in love with his twin. Now he’s nearly two thousand miles from his brother and new brother-in-law. He has a chance with a new team to be the star player again. Unfortunately, there’s this other guy. It’s a shame Cato needs everyone to believe he’s straight.
Brodie has spent his life surrounded by hockey players. As the equipment manager for the Chuckers, there are a few things he knows for sure. Hockey players are loud, rough, stinky, and straight… even if they aren’t. Very few hockey players live their truth before retirement. He learned a long time ago to steer clear of them. Brodie won’t live in the closet. Now there’s this new player.
Pucked in the Head is the second book in Charity Parkerson’s Thin Ice series. These books are steamy sports romances meant to heat up your day.
Daire has been a player on and off the ice for years. He’s burned a lot of bridges and hurt a lot of men. Until now.
Mid-season has been the same for Daire for the past few seasons, the idea of retiring plagues him. He’s played much longer than a lot of goalies. His body hurts. He’s tired. Yet he’s still playing like he’s at the top of his career and he doesn’t know if he can quit. Maybe he’s just heart sick. He’s a people person. People say he’s impossible to hate. But he feels the bitterness nonstop from the growing list of men he’s used. Then, in the blink of an eye, everything changes.
He just wanted ice cream. That was all. Jason had been wearing his favorite one-piece pajamas on a late Thursday night when the craving hit. That was his only plan. In a flash, he’s blindsided by a massive truck slamming into his driver’s side door. This huge man who should scare him comforts him in his fear and confusion. He stays when he could’ve left. Jason can’t get Daire out of his mind. Unfortunately, Daire is miles out of his league. What chance does an odd guy like him stand? Probably none.
Pucking Screwed is the third book in Charity Parkerson’s Thin Ice series. These books are steamy sports romances meant to heat up your day.
For years, Gustav has been in love with someone he can’t fully have. He’s done everything to win Tommy. That’s over.
After a wild night a few years back, Gustav has been doggedly trying to win a tattoo artist he can’t shake. As captain of the state’s pro hockey team, he’s used to people falling at his feet. Tommy isn’t one of them. He won’t give Gustav the one part of him Gustav can’t live without… his heart. He’s finally hit the end of his rope. Tommy will never love him. It’s time to move on.
It isn’t that Tommy doesn’t want to love Gustav. He’s terrified of all the ways Gustav could break him. Everyone chases Gustav. He’s one of the most wanted men in hockey. Tommy can’t trust Gustav to be faithful, and his mental health can’t take the blow if he isn’t. Now Gustav is finally done, and Tommy doesn’t know if he’ll survive that either. Maybe he loves him after all. It’s possible he should chase Gustav. Unfortunately, an unexpected tragedy will make and break everything, taking away any choice Tommy thought he had.
Pucking Mess is the third book in Charity Parkerson’s Thin Ice series. These books are steamy sports romances meant to heat up your day. This series is best enjoyed when read in order.
Everyone knows Dash as the charismatic leader of the sled team. No one sees him at all, except the one guy who shouldn’t.
When Dash ended up paralyzed after a car accident, he refused to let the self-pity kill him. He immediately transformed his life, taking his sports career from rugby to sled hockey seemingly overnight. Now he truly believes it’s the career he was always meant to have. His personal life isn’t the same success story. Everyone he once loved and loved him disappeared as quickly as his first career. These days, he’s invisible when he’s not on the ice. Some days it’s a blow he doesn’t know how to take.
From the first day Dash joined his team, Booker has been hooked. As the team’s assistant head coach, he needs to keep their relationship professional. Booker can’t help the way he feels when he sees Dash smile. The guy is just sunshine in a bottle. He calls to Booker on another level. Booker can’t resist the lure. Unfortunately, making his move can only complicate their lives. It’s a mess he doesn’t know if he can make. It’s also one that could cost them everything.
Pucking Complicated is the fifth book in Charity Parkerson’s Thin Ice series. These books are steamy sports romances meant to heat up your day. This series is best enjoyed when read in order.
What started as a teenage crush has transformed into an adult-sized obsession. Murphy doesn’t know how to free himself, or if he wants this insanity to stop.
Years ago, Murphy volunteered at Lev’s hockey camp. Back then, Lev was a teenager Murphy didn’t notice until things turned uncomfortable, and Murphy ran. Now Lev is a grown man and a star. In fact, he’s the highest paid hockey player in the league. Murphy still has no desire to ever see Lev again. The guy almost ruined his reputation and career. Unfortunately, Lev won’t be ignored, and Murphy isn’t as uninterested as he’d like.
Lev knows Murphy is ashamed of their relationship. He just doesn’t care. These days, Lev is used to getting what he wants. His sights are set on Murphy. Always have been. Now he’s in the position to win the coach who plagued his teenaged dreams. There’s no escape for Murphy. Insanity wins every time and Lev has that in droves.
Pucking Insane is the sixth book in Charity Parkerson’s Thin Ice series. These books are steamy sports romances meant to heat up your day. This series is best enjoyed when read in order.
Some days, Rider is a terrible boss. Other days, he’s a dream. Either way, he’s completely off limits.
After a long and successful hockey career, Rider moved on to take over the general manager position of a professional hockey team. It’s not exactly the cozy job he hoped it would be. In fact, he might be out on his butt soon if he can’t win a championship. But the job still has its perks—like a sassy personal assistant who couldn’t be deeper beneath Rider’s skin.
Rider is rich, spoiled, and maddening. The guy is barely human. He drives Ben insane with his arrogant ways. Despite all those things, Ben has no desire to be anywhere else. His long working hours are the happiest of his day. The fire between them seems like so much more than friction. They have a spark. Zero good can come of a workplace romance, especially when Rider has nothing to gain, and Ben has everything to lose.
Pucking Human is the seventh book in Charity Parkerson’s Thin Ice series. These books are steamy sports romances meant to heat up your day. This series is best enjoyed when read in order.
Matt’s life is a mess. It’s always in shambles. Slater knows what he needs: a keeper.
As the black sheep of a wealthy family full of famous athletes, Matt can never quite capture that same stardom. Everything he does is a complete disaster. That’s why he’s in New Orleans, begging his brother for help to land another position with a new team. When he finds a wallet and decides to return it, his life takes an unexpected twist. He walks right into the wildest ride of his life yet.
Slater knows a lost boy when he sees one. The moment he sets eyes on Matt, he decides to fix him. It’s obvious Matt has no idea how to deal with Slater or the way Slater changes his life. Matt is a walking ball of chaos because he’s never had a true guiding hand. Luckily for him, Slater has time. But can he let Matt go when he’s finished? That’s a good question all around.
Royally Pucked is the eighth book in Charity Parkerson’s Thin Ice series. These books are steamy sports romances meant to heat up your day. This series is best enjoyed when read in order.
Life is always a game to Harlan. His time with Tanner is no different. Until it is.
Harlan is living his best life. Ten years with a professional football team has him rolling in dough and all the fun times with whoever he wants. Things have gotten a bit weird the past year. It started with a trip to Canada for a birthday party. A chance meeting with the owner of a pro hockey team has him messed up. The silver fox—who is more like a bear—won’t get out of his head, or stop showing up around every corner. Harlan doesn’t know what to do about this newfound distraction.
Not one time in Tanner’s life has he not gotten what he wants. That’s just how it is. There’s nothing or no one he can’t buy. He wishes he could say Harlan was no different. Unfortunately, the guy can’t be caught. He’s young, cocky, famous, and rich. For once, Tanner has nothing to offer except a near twenty-year age difference and an inconveniently long-distance relationship. That’s not stopping Tanner. He knows there’s a way to own Harlan. He has one plan. It will either backfire spectacularly or win him the love of a lifetime.
So Pucking Wrong is the ninth book Charity Parkerson’s Thin Ice series. These books are steamy sports romances meant to heat up your day. This series is best enjoyed when read in order.
Storm was exactly that. He was a force of nature who took the hockey world by storm. It destroyed everything.
His connections gave Storm everything except his hockey career. He worked his fingers to the bone for that. Getting picked up by a pro team at seventeen and finding himself thousands of miles from the only person who loved him was terrifying. Three years later, Storm wonders if it wasn’t also the dumbest move he ever made. He’s not sure any of it was worth the cost because he lost Barrett.
Barrett doesn’t tolerate much. He doesn’t have to. As the son of a known mobster, he’s not tested often. His only soft spot is Storm, and the guy abandoned him for some stupid game. Barrett knows Storm is talented and deserves the life he leads. But Storm made his choice when he chose his career, knowing Barrett couldn’t follow. That hasn’t stopped Storm from tormenting him and refusing to let him go. Maybe there isn’t a fair answer. There doesn’t feel like a compromise exists. So why can’t Barrett walk away?
Pucking Mobbed is the tenth book in Charity Parkerson’s Thin Ice series. These books are steamy sports romances meant to heat up your day. This series is best enjoyed when read in order.