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Hot Ticket (Anthology 4-in-1) (2006)

by Deirdre Martin (Contributor)

Other authors: Annette Blair (Contributor), Geri Buckley (Contributor), Julia London (Contributor)

Series: New York Blades ("Same Rink, Next Year")

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Blair, AnnetteContributorsecondary authorall editionsconfirmed
Buckley, GeriContributorsecondary authorall editionsconfirmed
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Stories in anthology:

Same Rink, Next Year by Deirdre Martin
Lucky Charm by Julia London
You Can’t Steal First by Annette Blair
Can’t Catch This by Geri Buckley

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According to her website, Deirdre Martin considers this Book 5 of the New York Blades series, although it's a collection of short stories by four different authors.
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Amazon.com Product Description (ISBN 0425209784, Paperback)

Deirdre Martin’s Same Rink, Next Year
Once a year, concierge Tierney O’Connor hooks up with the same hot goaltender at the hotel where she works. It’s a perfectly uncomplicated arrangement—until a blizzard turns their annual one-nighter into a lost weekend steamy enough to melt the ice.

Julia London’s Lucky Charm
Uninhibited radio host Kelly O’Shay loves to take on the egos of overpaid sports stars. Then she goes after hot-shot shortstop Parker Price, whose losing streak takes an unexpected turn when he goes head-to-head with his lovely nemesis—on-the-air and off.

Annette Blair’s You Can’t Steal First
Famous for his big numbers at bat, Juan Santiago’s struck out only once in his life—with Quinn Murdock. Now the Red Sox star player is getting one more shot with the sexy sporting goods magnate. But first he has to prove he’s not just playing the field.

Geri Buckley’s Can’t Catch This
Linda Hamilton got her two-timing boyfriend right where it hurts—by stealing his pricey tickets to the Florida Moccasins football game. When she discovers that the really interesting action is in the stands, it proves to be the hottest season opener on record...

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Deirdre Martin's Same Rink, Next Year has a sexy concierge hooking up with the same gorgeous hockey player every year. Uncomplicated? Not when love enters the picture. Julia London's Lucky Charm listens in on an uninhibited radio host who goes head-to-head with a hot-shot shortstop-on-the-air and off. Annette Blair's You Can't Steal First follows a Red Sox star player who's interested in a sexy sporting-goods magnate. But first he has to prove he's not just playing the field. Geri Buckley's Can't Catch This spies on an adventurous female football fan who discovers that the hottest action is in the stands.--Publisher description.… (more)

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