- Audible Audio Edition
- Listening Length: 2 hours and 56 minutes
- Program Type: Audiobook
- Version: Unabridged
- Publisher: Catherine Gayle
- Audible.com Release Date: August 25, 2016
- Whispersync for Voice: Ready
- Language: English
- ASIN: B01KWB2POK
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Home Ice: Portland Storm, Book 11 Audiobook – Unabridged
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I have always loved Bergy, even when he acted like a tyrant most of the time, because I knew there was more to him under that crusty facade he had going on all this time. And now we all know what that driving force behind him was all about. I am so glad he finally found his soul mate, someone who brings out the good in him. He deserves his own little peace and happiness. Paige was the perfect character to pull him out of that stupor.
And I also think that Paige is one of the best female characters in this series so far. Not that the others weren't great, because they were. But being a single parent of four teenage daughters is tough enough job, but having to deal with the heartbreak and challenges of one of them having Down Syndrome, would be even tougher for anyone to deal with all alone.
Mattias Bergstrom and Paige Calhoun were, IMO- the perfect pair. And may God Bless those Babcock brothers for being so understanding and wonderful to those four young girls, but especially little Sophie.
I am so hooked and I hope this series never ends.
I also loved how the subject of Downs Syndrome was approached in this book. Really, I loved everything about it.
Paige Calhoun has brought her four daughters to the StormSkillz event and they couldn’t be more excited. All four girls are giddy over the anticipation of seeing their favorite Storm players, especially 501 – Levi Babcock. When Paige’s youngest daughter spots 501, she is off to claim him for herself and when the Storm’s head coach steps in, Paige suddenly becomes as googlie-eyed as her daughters.
Bergy is immediately drawn to the young girl and sees so much of his sister in her. He decides to give Paige and her girls a weekend they are never going to forget. Will it end after the weekend, or is there more in store for Matti and Paige?
This book tugs at your heartstrings in the most delicious way. I loved the way this story unfolded and watching the normally closed off Matti interact so openly with Paige and her girls was wonderful. Catherine Gayle has once again crafted a story that you don’t want to put down!
We finally learn what makes Bergy, the Storms Head Coach tick. When he came on the scene he had a rep of being a harda** when he was player and ever worse as a Coach. We finally found out what drove him and that is his sister (who has down syndrome). Bergy was never the best player but he put his head down, worked hard and didn't let nothing stand in the way for securing his sisters future. This also meant he had no time for a relationship.
In walks Paige and divorce mother of 4 teenage daughters. The minute she walked into the arena you knew that Bergy was goner. These two kinder spirits have finally found a person who understands their life. Paige's youngest daughter also has down syndrome & is the catalyst for the two meeting.
It was a quick read about two people who would do anything for the ones they loved and was searching for the one that would understand and fight together.
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