Review ~ Mile High by Liz Tomforde

Mile High (Windy City, #1)Mile High by Liz Tomforde
My rating: 4 of 5 stars

I really enjoyed Mile High, watching Zander win over Stevie. He was one of the biggest names in hockey and never one who was tied down. But once he met Stevie, his focus shifted. Stevie was determined to keep Zander at arms length, but the more she saw of the real Zander you could see that she was slowly falling for him. They had more in common and over time slowly opened up to one another.

Zander’s manager was a real jerk and I hoped that he would see what an ass he was early. The end of the season was coming and he wanted a new contract but was under a lot of pressure to keep up the bad boy persona. Stevie could see through it all and encouraged him when she could. I liked Zanders team mates and how close they all her. I enjoyed Stevie working at the dog shelter and how they brought them together. This was quite an easy read to get swept away in.

Title: Mile High
Author: Liz Tomforde
Series: Windy City #1
Genre: Sports Romance
Published: June 4, 2022


Chicago hockey isn't complete without me - everyone's favourite player to hate. I know my role, and I play it well. In fact, I thoroughly enjoy spending the majority of my game time in the penalty box before leaving the arena with a new girl on my arm each night.

What I don't like is the new flight attendant on our team's private plane. She works for me, not the other way around. But I'll be sure to remind her of that, and I can guarantee, by the end of the season, she'll be begging to quit her job.

But every road trip blurs the lines, and I can't quite figure out if I keep pushing that flight attendant call button in order to push her buttons, or if it's more than that.


I've been a flight attendant for years. I thought I'd seen it all, but when my new job lands me onboard working for the most egotistical and self-righteous diva in the NHL, I start to second guess everything. Including the promise I made to myself of never hooking up with an athlete again . . . no matter how annoyingly tempting he may be.

Evan Zanders is unfiltered, unapologetic, and too attractive for his own good. He loves his image, but I hate everything about it.

Everything but him.

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