“Waiting on” Wednesday | Pipe Dreams by Sarina Bowen


Breaking the Spine created this feature – “Waiting on” Wednesday, where bloggers could gush about their most coveted upcoming release. Here’s mine:



A goalie has to trust his instincts, even when taking a shot to the heart…

Mike Beacon is a champion at defending the net, but off the ice, he’s not so lucky. A widower and a single father, he’s never forgotten Lauren Williams, the ex who gave him the best year of his life. When Lauren reappears in the Bruisers office during the playoffs, Beacon sees his chance to make things right.

Lauren hates that she’s forced to travel with the team she used to work for and the man who broke her heart. There’s still undeniable sexual tension running between her and Mike, but she won’t go down that road again. She’s focused on her plans for the future—she doesn’t need a man to make her dreams of motherhood come true.

Lauren plays her best defensive game, but she’s no match for the dark-eyed goalie. When the field of play moves to Florida, things heat up on the beach.

One of Mike’s biggest fans doesn’t approve—his teenage daughter. But a true competitor knows not to waste the perfect shot at love.

Publication date: May 2nd


I love the secondary cast in this series, and the last book was such a fun read. We met the heroine in that one, and rumor has it, she’s an ice queen. And I do love to see a hero make his queen melt. I can’t wait for this one!


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  1. I can not help but keep staring at this delicious cover. Heard some great things about this author. I might have to giver her a try when in the mood for a sport romance. This sounds good too. I love single dads and kids in my reads.


    1. Aesthetics are very important! It’s the first thing that draws you to a book. And abs are usually a win for me.

      What I really like about this author is that I never feel like her drama is over the top, and that is so important to me in my CR. Her books are even-keeled, and I mean that in the best way!


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