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Coincidental Penalties

A Mile High Miners Novella

By Lane Martin


Genre/Tropes: Contemporary Romance | Sports Romance | Hockey Romance | Second Chance | Secret Baby romance

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I wasn’t sure where I was going. I wasn’t even sure I knew who I was anymore. 

My mother, the only parent I ever knew was gone and now I had a DNA match to meet.

I wasn’t a one-night stand kind of girl.

But, I was in that garden that morning for a reason. 

I couldn’t say no to one perfect day.


My dream to play hockey for a legend was coming true.  

I wasn’t looking for a one-night stand.

I knew the second I saw her she was the one for me.

I may have scored, but I sure didn’t win because she was gone when I woke.

How do you find the girl of your dreams when you don’t even know her last name? 

About Lane Martin:

Lane Martin lives in Northern California with her husband of over twenty-five years. She has two adult children. After becoming obsessed with a little trilogy written by E.L. James, Lane learned about Fanfiction. After reading many of the stories she thought, “I could do that” and posted her first one-shot story in July of 2013. It was the first thing she had written since graduating from college in 1993. It was then that she remembered one of her English teachers had threatened to find her and beat her up if she wasn’t published by the time she was thirty. Well, thirty came and went but with the love of her family and support of her newfound readers on Fanfiction she decided to write her first book. Lane enjoys reading and traveling to places where she can put her toes in the sand while drinking fruity cocktails with umbrellas. 

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I don't know how many books have come before this one in the Mile High Miners series, but I can definitely say that Chase & Grace's story reads as a standalone. Players & their partners do pop up in this book from time to time but I never felt like I was out of the loop.
Chase didn't come across as the type of person who would instantly fall in love, but he certainly did. Sports romance novels mostly has the athlete as a bit of a player, and I do love that. But every once in a while it is great to read when the H falls hard & fast like Chase does. There is a bit of drama in this book but nothing too shocking. Just enough to keep me flicking the pages at a rapid rate. I very much enjoyed this quick-ish read & I reckon I will go & read the previous books as well. I voluntarily reviewed an advanced readers copy of this book


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