Mike comes to Moncton wanting nothing more than to play for the Ice Cats and finally live on his own terms. He’s broke, bruised, and covered from head to toe in cheap lube, but he isn’t going to let that stop him. All he needs is a place to live and some time to figure out how to reconcile who he really is with who everyone wants him to be.
Dumping three gallons of lube on the new kid is just another day at the office for Alexei. He knows exactly who he is: a goalie on the ice, a prankster in the locker room, and a man who knows better than to share his private life with anyone. He’s let people in before and it’s taught him that if he can’t have what he really wants, it’s better to be alone.
Despite their apparent differences, an unlikely friendship grows. Neither of them could ever have guessed how much they really have in common.
Ganz nette Story für zwischendurch, mit soliden Protagonisten, durchschnittlichem Schreibstil und einem zudem auch noch moderaten Preis. Eine Mischung, die das Herz jeden Lesers höher schlagen lassen dürfte, wenn er auf der Suche nach ein wenig kurzweiliger Lesefreude ist.