Chris has moved to Seattle from her home
in Minnesota to start over. She is recovering from an abusive
relationship and has been doing okay except for one minor
detail. Her ex was a hockey player who liked to play rough
both on and off the ice. She is ready to get over this last
hurtle. Chris recently met a new man, Rick Ballantine, and
with the connection they have, he could be the one. There is
just one problem; Rick is a professional hockey player. Rick
knows that his relationship with Chris can go much higher and
richer than it has been so far. He knows that something is
holding back Chris in certain areas. After being hurt during
a game, Chris races to the rink and Rick finds out the past
that Chris doesnít talk about. Rick knows that he has to help
Chris overcome her inner fears with his profession. Rick
decides to help out with a little therapy of his own, with
Chrisí full approval.
Therapy is a light-hearted
story that discusses a huge topic. Chris has escaped an
abusive relationship and started over in a totally new place.
Rick plays hockey but that is only a small part of his
personality and he just knows that he can help Chris in her
recovery. I read this is one sitting, as I had to know if
Chris was able to overcome her emotional barrier. I loved how
Rick used everything at his disposal to help Chris.
Therapy made me smile even as I realized that some
women could never do what Chris was able to do. The fun that
is throughout the pages has made Therapy a
keeper for me.