The book is reviewed in the June issue of International Figure Skating magazine!
For a special Mother's Day promotion, the ebook is on sale for 99 cents on Amazon, B&N, and Astraeapress.com!
I just got this last night and read it (couldn't put it down once I started!), and I thought the story was great - my only gripe, and this is a relatively minor one, is that the text in the e-book was hard set to some dark grey color in many parts of the book, forcing me to switch from the "white on black" view I normally use on my Kindle Fire to using a light background, because otherwise the text was basically invisible and unreadable.
Received a tentative release date of December 2012 for the sequel, EDGE OF THE PAST! Here's the blurb:
Emily's skating career and personal life have never been more golden. She and her partner Chris have won every competition they’ve entered this season, and she’s found the man of her dreams in her coach Sergei. But when one of the biggest competitions of the year takes Emily and Sergei to Russia, Sergei’s past explodes into the present and makes Emily doubt everything in their future.
I can't wait to read it!!!
Just saw the thread, TanithandBenfan, I'm so happy for you!
You should be so happy and proud of yourself.
Now off to check your blog...
If she tried to write realistically about ice dance, the casual readers would never believe her!
I've been meaning to ask you ever since I started reading the book and realized that we were talking about 6.0. Why did you decide to set the first book in 2002? Since the SLC scandal didn't happen as it did in real life in your novel, will you deal with COP?
All I have to say is, I was so engrossed in the first story that I will attempt to be first in line to get the kindle version of the sequel! Keep them coming! Sometimes I feel like there are no other skating fiction novels to read, and I'm a total junkie... I'm sure I'm not alone too!! Very much looking forward to the release of the new book!!! Congrats!!
"You may know what you need, but to get what you want better see that you keep what you have." ~ Stephen Sondheim