- Audible Audio Edition
- Listening Length: 2 hours and 15 minutes
- Program Type: Audiobook
- Version: Unabridged
- Publisher: Catherine Gayle
- Audible.com Release Date: May 12, 2015
- Whispersync for Voice: Ready
- Language: English
- ASIN: B00XK8Q8TQ
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Holiday Hat Trick: Portland Storm, Book 8 Audiobook – Unabridged
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Overview. New guy on the team, Mitchell "Q" Quincey was on a mission for Christmas. He was heading home to clean out his stuff from his ex-wife house, meet his lawyer and get part custody of his daughter and spend all his time with his daughter. But his ex (mia) has thrown him for a loop. She makes him come home to her parents and spend time with the whole family. They soon are forced to work things out.
Q and Mia have been divorced for some time and with his job of being an NHL star, he doesn't get to spend the time he needs and wants to with his little girl, Marley. With three goals in mind over his very quick holiday break, he heads home to Canada to try to accomplish them.
Throughout this novella, Catherine Gayle takes us inside the relationship between Q and his high school sweetheart and shows us how much both of them are hurting and wishing that things were different. With a little coaxing by Mia's well meaning Mom, Q finally starts to see that maybe he can accomplish not only his holiday hat trick, but he might score a bigger goal.
I'm not sure I can accurately articulate how much I loved this story. Whether you've read the other Portland Storm novels or not (although you should, they're awesome!), this is one you should definitely pick up.
I've read this whole series now in a little under a week, anbd I've loved them all. Truthfully though....I'm a bit sad now, since I have to wait until the 19th of this month for the next book to come out. What a bummer!
I guess this one baffles me. I understand completely what was going on with Mia, but in today's day and age, there were so many ways Mia could have handled her problem without resorting to divorce.
She had a supportive family.
She had a supportive husband.
If she'd spoken to them about her thoughts and feelings, then they would have all rallied around and helped her. She could have been spending time "finding herself" with the full support of the people who loved her.
Instead she did something rash, something I'd expect from a younger person. Like I said, baffling.
Still overall, good work. Am moving on to book 9.