Knock Me for a Loop

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St. Martin's Press, Feb 2, 2010 - Fiction - 352 pages
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When it comes to relationships, talk show host Grace Fisher won’t stand for cheating—especially not from her fiancé, star hockey goalie Zack Hoolihan. Her weekly knitting group backs her up when she calls it off, but it doesn’t entirely ease the sting of betrayal. She won’t listen to Zack’s indignant explanations of innocence—she just wants to tie up loose ends and move on. Until he winds up injured, that is, and she finds herself playing nursemaid … 

Zack doesn’t know how that woman got into his hotel room, but he does know losing Grace has put him so far off his game, he ended up with a busted knee and a broken heart. If things aren’t mended fast, he’ll miss the playoffs, miss his girl, and lose everything. But if Grace is willing to push him into physical therapy, maybe he can pull her back into his arms—before their truce unravels. This time, he’ll do everything it takes to knit their relationship back together…

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User Review  - surbhiflora - LibraryThing

Grace and Zack are made for each other. Its quite evident in the begining of the story. It was fun to go through pages and feel the strong emotions trapped between the war of two egos. I have read ... Read full review


User Review  - Vampgurl - Borders

This is the first book I have read by this author and it will definitely be my last. I seriously can't believe that this book got published for the shear fact that the male character seems like a ... Read full review

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About the author (2010)

Soon after joining Romance Writers of America, national bestselling author Heidi Betts’s writing began to garner attention, including placing in the esteemed Golden Heart competition three years in a row. The recipient of numerous awards and stellar reviews, Heidi’s books combine believable characters with compelling plotlines, and are consistently described as “delightful,” “sizzling,” and “wonderfully witty.”

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