Thursday, 21 April 2011

Star basketball player Chelsea "Nitro" Keyes had the promise of a full ride to college—and everyone's admiration back home. Then she took a horrible fall during senior year. Now a metal plate holds her together and she feels like a stranger in her own family.
That summer, Chelsea's dad hires Clint, a nineteen-year-old ex-hockey player and "boot camp" trainer, to work with her at a northern Minnesota lake resort. As they grow close, Chelsea finds that Clint's haunted by his own tragedy. Will their romance end up hurting them all over again—or finally heal their heartbreak?

4.5/5 STARS

Playing Hurt is Holly Schindler 2nd novel and one that will ensure I read her 1st book "A Blue So Dark". Holly Schindler writing style is beautiful and touching with such a heart felt premise at it's centre. It took me the first few POV'S of the two main characters to get in to "Playing Hurt" but then I was totally sucked in and could not put the book down. I can't wait to see what Holly Schindler writes next.

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