This is Jane – A little subdued. A little stubborn. A little tired of going out on blind dates with men who drive vans with sofas in the back, Jane Alcott is living the Single Girl existence in the big city. She is also leading a double life. By day, she's a reporter covering the raucous Seattle Chinooks hockey team -- especially their notorious goalie Luc Martineau. By night, she's a writer, secretly creating the scandalous adventures of "Honey Pie" ... the magazine series that has all the men talking.
See Jane Spar – Luc has made his feelings about parasite reporters -- and Jane -- perfectly clear. But if he thinks he's going to make her life miserable, he'd better think again.
See Jane Attract – For as long as he can remember, Luc has been single-minded about his career. The last thing he needs is a smart-mouthed, pain-in-the-backside reporter digging into his past and getting in his way. But once the little reporter sheds her black and gray clothes in favor of a sexy red dress, Luc sees that there is more to Jane than originally meets the eye. Maybe it's time to take a risk. Maybe it's time to live out fantasies. Maybe it's time to ... see Jane score.
See Jane Score is the second book in Rachel Gibson's Seattle Chinooks series (the most recent was Any Man of Mine), and it's definitely the best. The sexual tension between Luc and Jane is intense, but there’s a deeper romantic connection that makes this book such a good read.
Improbable that a sports-averse features writer is sent on the road to cover a playoff-contending hockey team? Yeah, but this book is so good that you can easily ignore that. I love the camaraderie between the players (and how they gradually accept Jane into their club) and I love that good girl Jane has a naughty side. Plus Luc isn't just an on-ice tough guy – he has a lot of hidden layers that only Jane can uncover. And as for Luc's signature tattoo...wow. Suffice it to say that it has my vote for all-time hottest adornment of any romance hero. *fans self*