Edge Jump

Elizabeth Noble
Edge Jump
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Publisher
JMS Books
Release Date
June 2018
ISBN
9781634865692
Genre
BDSM, Contemporary Romance, LGBTQ

SUMMARY
Brett Rocha retired from pro-hockey while still at the top of his game. Co-owner of a chain of restaurants and an inherited ice skating academy, he seems to have it all. Despite his fame, wealth, and good fortune, though, Brett suddenly finds himself painfully alone.

Ex-Olympic figure skating star Rylan Hennessy transitioned to professional ice dancing with Celia, Brett's sister and Rylan's lifelong partner on the ice. Then tragedy strikes, and Rylan's world is turned upside down, too.

With the unexpected death of Celia, Brett and Rylan are drawn together through their mutual grief. Their bond strengthens when Brett introduces Rylan to BDSM, a lifestyle Rylan has never experienced before. While the mystery of Celia's murder still needs to be solved, a second tragedy threatens to tear them apart.

Will their relationship survive, or will love be enough to see them through this life altering, harrowing change?

Book Review by Merissa (reviewer)
Jul 17, 2018   [ OFFICIAL REVIEW ]
6 people found the following review helpful
EDGE JUMP starts off with the death of Brett's sister, who is also Rylan's skating partner. The police are treating it as an attempted mugging. Brett wants answers and hopes Rylan can provide at least some of them. When they meet up with each other again, neither of them wants to deny the attraction. Making their relationship work though, proves more difficult due to outside forces than either of them imagined.

I thoroughly enjoyed this story and found it to be very well written. Rylan is new to 'the scene', but already knows what he wants. Brett is scared at the thought of having a 'forever' someone, but isn't able to stop moving forward with Rylan. The mystery side of it wasn't that mysterious, but I still enjoyed it. I couldn't quite understand the culmination of the mystery (without giving anything away) as I don't see how they could have gotten away with it, but nevermind.

With no editing or grammatical errors to disrupt my reading flow, this was a great MM romance, and I have no hesitation in recommending it.
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