Release Date: May 18
A steamy second-chance romance set in the world of competitive skiing…
Once upon a time I had it all: an Olympic gold medal, a career as a professional ski racer, and a happily ever after so close I could almost touch it. Then my perfect life imploded in one tragic weekend.
Five years later I’ve rebuilt my life with the best girlfriends, the perfect new boyfriend, and a new career. Now my ex—the one who wrecked everything five years earlier—is back as the newest member of the National Ski Team and I’m forced to be his physical therapist.
My days are filled with him. He’s constantly shirtless and sweaty and sexy as sin, and trying to make me fall in love with him again.
But I built these walls around my heart for a reason—and his presence is threatening to undo everything I've created without him. With the stakes this high and the sexual tension this hot, this could all go so very wrong.
Or, maybe we’re on the edge of getting everything we ever wanted.
On the Edge is a fantastic second chance sports romance. The setting is competitive skiing and my first venture into the particular world. I enjoyed how different the story was from other sports romances. A physical therapist (PT), her dream job, and her ex-boyfriend made for an anxiety laden, chemistry-filled romance.
The book is well-written with smooth dialogue. The events ebb and flow as appropriate and I was captivated by Jackson and Nate. The author did an excellent job with imagery, character development, and prose that that engages the reader, hook, line, and sinker. The book is filled with chemistry, emotion, and realism.
I enjoyed this well-thought-out, well-written contemporary sports romance and cannot wait to read more from her.
I was provided a copy of this book to read.
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Meet Julia Connors:
Julia Connors grew up on the warm and sunny West Coast, but her first decision as an adult was to trade her flip-flops for snow boots and move to Boston.
She’s been enjoying everything that New England has to offer for over two decades, and now that she’s acclimated to the snowy winters and finally found all the places to get good sushi and tacos, she has zero regrets.
You can usually find her in front of her computer, but when she stops writing she’s most likely to be found outdoors, preferably with a pair of skis or snowshoes strapped to her feet in winter, or on a paddleboard in the summer.
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