Brian Corrigan knows that he should be content with his life, how many men get to say that they own a successful major league hockey team. But Brian is not content; in fact he has a deep bitterness burning inside of him that keeps him jaded and aloof from everyone. He wants revenge. What has kept him going over the years is the knowledge that one day he is going to get his revenge against the person who destroyed his career and his life. It didn't matter that the man who was responsible was now dead. He had a wife. A sexy as hell, former Olympiad, no less. Brian still has a hard time believing that the young gawky, girl he knew back in Ottawa, Canada, twenty years ago, was the same woman who today owned her own farm team. He knew instinctively she would have no choice, but to come to him looking for a favor and he knew exactly how she was going to pay.
When Kristen agrees to Brian's "business arrangement", she feels as if she is agreeing to "prostitute herself" for the sake of the team, by agreeing to his unholy proposition proves just how badly she wants the cup. Besides, seeing how her body reacts to Brian every time he comes near her, proves that it won't be a hardship at all. In fact, she has never felt such an overwhelming physical reaction to any man before. Brian's dark sexuality pulls her in against her better judgment. How long can she pretend that she is going along with this charade solely for the team's sake, before Brian realizes that not only is she is enjoying their arrangement just as much as he is? But in fact wants more from him - maybe more than he is willing to give.
POWER PLAY is an incredibly sensual novel that explores the carnal, adventurous side of love. Erica DeQuaya effectively captures our attention with the magnetism of these two people and raises our heart rates with the combustible heat they create between them. If you thought hockey couldn't be sexy, you need to read this book.