Rites of Passage (Tulsa Thunderbirds #4)

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USA Today bestselling author Catherine Gayle presents another novel in the sexy Tulsa Thunderbirds hockey romance series, a spin-off from the Portland Storm series.

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?

Book Info

  • Original Title:Rites of Passage (Tulsa Thunderbirds #4)
  • Author:
  • Rating:8.9 / 10
  • Genre:Romance
  • Language:English
  • ISBN:-
  • Publisher:Published November 10th 2016 by Night Shift Publishing


RAIN DANCE will release on August 17, 2017.


Prefer to buy your ebooks in boxed sets? The Tulsa Thunderbirds series will gradually be released in boxed set formats. Look for TULSA THUNDERBIRDS: SQUARE ONE, a set containing Bury the Hatchet, Smoke Signals, and Ghost Dance, on December 29, 2016. More boxed sets will follow.


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“I SHOULDN’T EVEN be here,” I said. I tugged at the collar of my dress shirt and tie, wishing they did a better job of hiding my scars. That was a vain hope, though. The gash in my neck stretched from behind my ear almost all the way to my Adam’s apple. Unless I ...

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