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Releases September 29, 2018

A boxed set of books 4-6 in USA Today bestselling author Catherine Gayle’s sexy Tulsa Thunderbirds hockey romance series.

RITES OF PASSAGE

Where do you go once you’ve hit rock bottom?

With his world already in shambles, Andrew Nash’s life plummets even further after a freak accident on the ice exposes his deepest secret. Still unsure if he should ever return to the game he’s devoted his life to, the future Thunderbirds captain knows he isn’t quite ready to throw in the towel. Meeting a talented and sexy artist changes everything for Drew.

But Ravyn Penn’s past is darker than his, and her wounds cut deeper. Drew’s looking forward, but Ravyn is stuck dwelling over a life that leaves her guilt-ridden and full of regret.

Drew’s a fighter, and he knows they need to claw their way out of the past—together—even when the future promises no guarantees. But can Ravyn let go and blindly trust him—taking a rite of passage through the darkness—to find the life they both deserve?

RAIN DANCE

He’s in a drought. No rain. No goals. No women.

She has what it takes to quench his thirst.

Ethan Higgins, a defenseman for the Tulsa Thunderbirds, is in a rut. He hasn’t scored a goal in ages, and he hasn’t had a woman in his bed for even longer. The only thing in his favor is that he gets to spend time with his son when the T-Birds play at home on the weekends. Determined to be nothing like his abusive father, Ethan sets out to show his son how a real man behaves, and Natalie Turner gives him the perfect opportunity to do so.

Natalie has nowhere to turn when her boyfriend gets physical with her, this time in public—at least not until Ethan steps in to offer her a safe place to stay. Wary of trusting anyone, especially another hockey player, and even more so one as rough and tough as Ethan, Natalie attempts to resist the lure she feels toward the protective man. When Ethan’s son does a Rain Dance, the skies open up. But will soaking their hardened and cracked hearts be enough to end the drought?

DREAM CATCHER

Travis Royal speaks better with a hockey stick than with words. Over the last few years, he’s quietly made a name for himself playing defense for the Tulsa Thunderbirds. Here, he can succeed playing the game he loves without having to face off against too many cameras. His teammates don’t care that he’s ineloquent when he’s nervous, just as long as he keeps banging bodies into the boards—but no one brings out his anxiety like the team owners’ drop-dead gorgeous, fun-loving, wild-child niece, Jenna Jernigan.

While staying with family to attend college, Jenna is determined to prove she’s nothing like her judgmental, holier-than-thou relatives. In her mind, there’s no better way to do that than to get crazy with one of the sexy-as-sin hockey players her aunt abhors. Travis seems like the perfect candidate for a bit of fun-in-the-sheets corruption, but every time she ramps up the charm, he silently stalks away.

His dreams never included landing in the team owners’ doghouse; her dreams never went beyond enjoying herself despite her relatives’ rules. But Jenna knows that if she wants to be a Dream Catcher, she’ll have to break a few rules.