Wild Heart
Viper's Heart
Beth Ehemann
August 9, 2016

Wild Heart (Viper's Heart #2)

by Beth Ehemann

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 For Lawrence “Viper” Finkle, hockey isn’t just a sport, it’s a way of life. Since the first time he stepped onto the ice at just eight years old, he knew what he was meant to do, and he does it well. When his career takes an unexpected hit, and his relationship is pushed to the breaking point, he’s left sidelined and wondering what his future holds.

Just when he’s sure things can’t get any worse…they do.

Can Viper pull himself together in time to save his career, his girl, and his sanity? Or will he be permanently benched?

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Beth Ehemann lives in the northern suburbs of Chicago with her husband and four children. When she's not sitting in front of her computer writing, or on Pinterest, she loves reading, photography, martinis and all things Chicago Cubs. She's represented by Jessica Watterson of the Sandra Dijkstra Literary Agency.

I read both Cement Heart and Wild Heart by Beth Ehemann.  They were the first books by this author that I have read and I can say that she will go on the I like how she writes so read more of her books list 😉
I liked Cement Heart so much that I read it in the middle of writing a school paper – I’m going to school for my doctorate, so this was a 7-page paper, and I had to stop all writing and finish the book and start on Wild Heart (I finished that the next morning).
I’m not much of a sports fan, but this one was really well written.  There was not a lot of sports jargon that I got lost in it or confused.  And what’s not to like about a hockey player and his hot friends – just cause I’m not into the sport doesn’t mean I can’t appreciate the guys in uniform.
Loved Viper and Michelle but I really, really loved Gam.  Freaking hilarious. Kacie and Brody were a couple I could see myself hanging with in real life.  The banter and support between the group of friends were genuine.  There were laugh out loud funny moments, and there were moments that I had tears – love it when I get the feels from a book.
Great books and I recommend them both!