On Thin Ice (Bedroom Games) by Piper Rayne


The Winter Games have begun…

I’m the life of the party. A little loud and some buzz kills might say obnoxious, but if you’re around me I guarantee you’ll have a good time.

Unless your name is Demi Harrison.

If that’s the case, you’d act like I’m the devil incarnate and go out of your way to avoid me. Which makes zero sense because at the last Olympic Games I rocked her world.

Whatever though. I need to concentrate on winning gold anyway. I was at the top of the standings coming into the games, but since arriving in Korea I’ve lost my edge. 

I was never one for superstitions, but I can’t deny that there’s only one difference between my previous medal winning games, and these ones—her. 

I’ve pulled off amazing feats in the past, but getting Demi to agree to sleep with me throughout the games might require divine intervention.

ellie's $0.02:

After finishing this one, I fully admit it's a tough, tough decision if Dax and Demi are my new gold medalists or if Grady and Mia have their medal spots secure.

This is a standalone, but the second book in the Bedroom Games trilogy.  You can fully enjoy with or without having read the first one (Cold As Ice).

There is one thing that Dax has over everyone.  Gold medal in one-liners.  Just when you start getting emotional with the story, he drops a liner and it's back to hilarity.

All of the characters are back and still in "Korea" for the "Winter Classics" (pssst... the "Olympics" but I didn't say that because of trademark thingies) and Dax and Demi are between the sheets and on the slopes and doing things they should be doing.

This series has definitely become my favorites in the sports romance category.  I am completely engrossed in the "Olympic" competition aspect and I fully admit I get all gooey over the whole athletes banging when they aren't competing.  These books just do everything to me in the right spots and methods.

I still want to start training and become one of these characters.  I want me a snowboarder. 

A solid gold medal read for me.


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