Gold Medal Hero
All the books in Jena's Hero series are connected but each is complete in itself.
To avoid imminent dismissal, reporter Bailey Stoddart must write a high profile story and who better to use than Olympic Gold Medal rower Connor Freeman?
Except Connor doesn't give interviews. At least, not since the euphoria from his Olympic win faded and left him with zero interest in the sport. He needs a shot of enthusiasm before training starts again or risk being replaced. Even though Bailey’s a dreaded reporter, she does love the sport so could she revive his lost passion? During the coming weekend perhaps, if she asks her questions while posing as his girlfriend.
No way will Bailey agree. Not when it would be unprofessional. Not when she’s learned from past experience that sportsmen can’t be trusted. And especially not when the guy has a bad boy reputation. Still, if it's the only way...
As their friendship grows, a past mistake brings repercussions that threaten to destroy their developing relationship. How will Connor persuade Bailey to stay and support him now? Or has this target become an even greater challenge than winning that Olympic gold medal?
Rowing coach Jeff Nicholls is trying to come to terms with a marriage breakup and the loss of access to his stepdaughter.
Teacher Lauren Whitby is trying to cope with her father's deteriorating health and her family's antagonism.
Their problems pull them into a relationship that's a welcome distraction - until a devastating family secret is revealed.
Will it strengthen their friendship, or tear them apart?