Calder Griffin needs to get back in shape. Sidelined last season by a knee injury, he’s determined to return to the San Diego Barracudas and play the best hockey of his career. This might even be the year he gets out of his talented older brother’s shadow.
For months, Becca Chen has poured her energy into Cups, the restaurant she owns, desperate to prove to her parents that she can succeed in the career of her choice, not theirs. But after she spends a five-hour plane ride flirting with charming, magic-on-the-ice Calder, she tells herself she needs a fling.
Becca and Calder can’t keep their hands off each other, but they know the relationship can’t last. They live on opposite coasts, and they’re both too devoted to their careers. All they have to do is prevent their feelings from crossing the line from lust to love…
“Willoughby’s second In the Zone contemporary sports romance (after On the Surface) is a real charmer.” — Publishers Weekly
“Anxiously awaiting the next in this fantastic series! If you’re a fan of Toni Aleo, Catherine Gayle or Jami Davenport? Then I’m sure you’ll love Kate Willoughby’s fun hockey romance!” –For Love and Books
“I think I loved this book so much because it made me angry, it frustrated me, in short it made me feel. Everything seemed so real.” –Books, Chocolate and Lipgloss
“What stood out most about Across the Line was the romance.” –Happily Ever After