Teammates Bonus Materials

 Teammates bonus materials and cut scenes

I love to write with these characters. Not everything I write makes the cut and ends up in the books, for a variety of reasons—some don't fit the constraints of the book's timeline, some were just more info than readers really needed, some were cut for length, and (my personal favorites) were cut because they were just a bit too "steamy" for the books proper. I plan to share these spaced out over time once the relevant books are done and published. 
  • Hockey Glossary - Not a hockey player and want to learn a little more about the game while having a laugh? Know hockey like the back of your hand and want a laugh anyway? Check out the glossary.
  • Michelle: July 4th, 2018 - Michelle reflects (in her own Michelle way) on the day that would have been her due date (takes place between book 1 & 2)
  • Fitz: November 21st, 2018 - Fitz and her family visit her childhood home in North Carolina (takes place during book 2)
  • Tessa: November 23rd, 2018 - Tessa and her mom spend time together on Black Friday (takes place during book 2)

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