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Penalty Kill
By Genevive Chamblee

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Locker Room Love, Book 4

When the scandal of a double homicide threatens to destroy his career, this billionaire hockey player hires an ambitious sports agent to improve his public image. It’s time to let the puckery begin.

Timothée Croneau is that jock—the bad boy superstar with the naughty reputation. He’s handsome, arrogant, and a billionaire. He’s also the number one person of interest in a double homicide and recently traded to a losing team who is showing him no love. And wouldn’t it be just his luck that his career splashed in the toilet six months after his long-time agent kicked the bucket? Now, he’s stuck with Ryker Kitsch.

An agent is supposed to fix his life, though, not break his heart.

Speaking of breaks, ex-athlete Ryker Kitsch wants his in the sports agency realm. He sees his chance to make a name for himself by helping rebrand his agency’s newly acquired hockey star, Timothée Croneau. The guy needs every lick of positive PR he can get. So, why is the devilishly gorgeous forward fighting him at every step and leaving Ryker to wonder if he’s been hired for a babysitting gig?

The mess Timothée is stirring was never in any contract Ryker was hired to handle. One thing’s for sure. Whether it’s a forecheck or backcheck, collision is inevitable.

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A slow, mischievous smile overtook Ryker’s face. “Well, damn, you brought that full circle, didn’t you?”

Timothée smiled in return. “You liked it?”

“Guilty. The message was smooth, but the delivery was a bit abrasive.”

“You’re quite a peculiar one, aren’t you?”

“Why do you say that?”

“I just told you I’m nutsack-dipped-in-quaalude-dust crazy with a gun collection. I have at least three inches and twenty pounds on you. I’m suspected of murder, and yet you’re still sitting here.”

“Person of interest, not a suspect.”

“Semantics. Same thing.”

“Have you lost any sponsorships?” Ryker questioned.


“Then it’s not the same thing.”

“Doesn’t matter. What kind of person sticks around after all that? Why do it?”

“Why not?”

Timothée’s face scrunched. “What kind of bullshit answer is that?”

“One you would give.” Ryker hoisted his index finger and wagged it in warning to stave off Timothée’s protest. “Don’t. It’s not debatable. But”—he made a sweeping gesture with his hand—“if you’re going to pout about it….”

A crease gathered between Timothée’s eyebrows. “I don’t pout.”

“Is that the story you’re sticking to?”

Timothée contemplated debating as he watched the greens of Ryker’s eyes intensify and decided the accusation was true. If his bottom lip currently protruded any farther, he’d trip on it. Besides, arguing with Ryker was growing harder with each passing second. “Fine,” he huffed, jerking one shoulder in a shrug. “Finish what you were going to say.”

“Let’s just agree that I hit different.”

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About the Author:

Genevive Chamblee is a southern darling and resides in the bayou country where sweet tea and SEC football reign supreme. She is known for being witty (or so she thinks), getting lost anywhere beyond her front yard (the back is pushing it as she’s very geographically challenged), falling in love with shelter animals (and she adopts them), asking off-the-beaten-path questions that makes one go “hmm,” and preparing homecooked Creole meals that are as spicy as her writing.

Genevive specializes in spinning steamy, romantic tales with humorous flair, diverse characters, and quirky views of love and human behavior. She also is not afraid to delve into darker romances as well.

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