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LOSING AN EDGE (PORTLAND STORM) BY CATHERINE GAYLE
Release Date: February 25, 2016
Tired of being the second-best Babcock, Levi “501” Babcock is ready to outshine his older brother. Outranking his brother proves harder than he imagined—until he meets a sinfully sexy gold-medal-winning figure skater. She might be the prize he’s been searching for all along.
Bubbly and spirited Cadence Johnson is determined to escape the shackles of her former partner. Moving to Portland gives her the fresh start she’s craved, but the last thing she can afford is a distraction like Levi Babcock.
When Cadence’s past comes back to threaten her and her life is on the line, Levi might be the safety net she never realized she needed. But will Levi still care about Losing an Edge to his biggest rival, or can he finally step out of his brother’s shadow to become the hero in his own game?
REVIEW: LOSING AN EDGE (PORTLAND STORM) BY CATHERINE GAYLE
Losing an Edge by Catherine Gayle
My rating: 5 of 5 stars
Levi and Cadence set the ice on fire in Losing an Edge by Catherine Gayle. Catherine Gayle mixes the importance of family, heart and a sense of belonging to create a story that has a lot to offer. Losing an Edge is not just beautiful words and compromising situations. It is a look at a relationship that grows between two people in a time of need.
Ms. Gayle gave a look at the subtle differences with Levi and Cadence families. Cadence needed the love and support of her family during a rough time or she wouldn't have sought them out, but she also felt smothered by their need to protect her. Levi had a family that held an underlying aura of competitiveness that factored into his need to prove himself and affected his relationship with his brother. Losing an Edge was given to me in exchange for an honest review. Have not been reading her contemporary romances for very long but her attention to detail and her focus on social topics that are painful to talk about make for groundbreaking stories. Romance with purpose is my description of the Portland Storm series.
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