Riley Judd is in the wrong place at the wrong time. Star center for the Portland Winter Hawks, Riley's great hockey skills nearly match his oversized ego. Given the choice of working with street kids or getting kicked off the team, Judd takes the easy way out.or so he thinks. Along with teammate Tyler Wilson, he discovers it could cost their lives to rescue the kids from trouble much bigger than anything he's seen on the ice.
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Tyler discovers his inner superstar after volunteering at a local youth home. He also finds himself in more danger than he imagined.From the Back Cover:
I suppose I could be less invisible if I were one of the guys who joked around in the locker room. Or if I broke curfew. Or if I complained. It's just easier to not be noticed. That way people don't expect things from you. There's no pressure, nothing to fear. Tyler is a good hockey player, but not a great one. That honor belongs to the obnoxious Riley, a sixteen-year-old spoiled superstar who makes Tyler's life miserable. When Tyler and Riley are sent to volunteer at a local youth program, Tyler finds the passion and commitment he needs to step up his game on the ice-and off.
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Book Description Thomas Nelson Publishers, 1996. Paperback. Book Condition: New. book. Bookseller Inventory # M0849936403
Book Description Thomas Nelson Publishers, 1996. Paperback. Book Condition: New. Never used!. Bookseller Inventory # P110849936403