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    A Grande Finale!

    Round Five of the Snow and Ice Games! I'm sad to see this series go, because I never knew how much I needed a sports romance book! But, this series is worth the ride! Maybe if we're lucky, Tamsen will make a summer Olympics version of this series for Tokyo 2020... Hey, a girl can hope! So let's get into the meat of this story: This time around we are graced with Jubilee and Beckett, and they are world class figure skaters. They weren't initially paired with each other: Jubilee was originally with her husband (who has since passed away), and Beckett had been playing around with who his perfect partner would be. Finally, they settle on each other and seem to be the perfect fit. And of course, what's figure skating without some competition? Sabrina and Todd, two of the people Jubilee and Beckett had been paired with, are their rival competitors. Not even 24 pages into this sexy story, and I already love the dynamic between Jubilee and Beckett. They are sassy, competitive and keep each other on their toes. I absolutely love the fact that yet again Tamsen changes the dynamic of her main characters's relationship. And if you think that this dynamic wavers at all, it doesn't. The snarky and sarcastic comments keep coming and have perfect comedic timing. Honestly, this pair is my favourite out of all five of the books Tamsen has written in this series. I liked the fact that Tamsen slowly revealed what happened to Jubilee's husband Stephen. The way she slowly weaved it into the slowly really hit me emotionally. If she would have given away what happened earlier, I don't think the story would have worked as well. This story is sweet, sometimes heartbreaking, and fulfills everything I wanted in the final novel of this series. It felt like a roller coaster of emotions and it hit every note it needed too. One thing about Tamsen Parker is she knows how to keep her fan base happy - she isn't afraid of change. I can't say enough how proud I am to watch her grow as an author because SHE'S SO GOOD. Ugh. Her books are so frustratingly good! So, brief summary of this book for those wondering what type of topics this novel includes - minor spoilers of the plot without spoiling specifics...be warned: 1. Sexy figure skating pair get some sexy time on (Jubilee - female lead, Beckett - male lead). 2. Jubilee's past partner (on and off the ice) has died, and both Beck and Jubilee have had other skating partners since. 3. Jubilee and Beck start having a sexual relationship, Jubilee is but isn't into it (but consents) 4. Jubilee and Beck's pasts are slowly revealed, which includes some harassment 5. Past partners Todd and Sabrina should not be trusted... 6. Lots of detailed sexy time Overall, this book is super steamy and is worth the read. If you were only going to pick one book out of this series, I'd pick this one. It's my favourite, I love it! All the books are good, but this one just inched by the competition (I'm not sure if it's technical points or performance points where it surpassed, if we're using figure skating as a reference). Five out of five stars!
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    3.25 Engaging Stars

    I was looking forward to reading On the Brink of Passion. As not only did the synopsis sound great, but I've also enjoyed the books I've read so far in this series. However, this story, although engaging, easy to read and good. Didn't grab me and I did find it hard to connect with. Especially with the way Jubilee and Becketts relationship begins, and I did struggle to warm to Jubilee. Even though I did feel for her and what she had been through. But I liked Beckett and by the end, I thought he and Jubilee made a nice couple. And I did like the way this author took a risk on how Jubilee and Becketts relationship began, and that this story featured a winter sport that I've not seen many other stories about. And so I would recommend giving this story a go, especially if you're a fan of the author or the series itself. **I was kindly provided with an ARC by the Publisher via NetGalley in exchange for an honest review**
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