Harboring secrets has jeopardized Bree Winthrop's spot on the US Ski Team. She's lost her focus and drive to win. Her only hope to remain on the team is Riley "Ry" Guyette—the one man she doesn't trust. Bree must let go of the past if she wants to keep her dreams alive.
Ry knows what it's like to crash and burn after a ski accident sidelined him from competition two years ago. But his coach wants Ry to help a teammate regain her focus and competitive edge. Too bad he hasn't spoken to Bree in six years—six very long years.
Bree and Ry face a mountain of struggles. Will they be able to learn that forgiveness isn't the steepest slope they must conquer?
Genre: Contemporary Romance
Race of Love is a great story of two characters trying to overcome physical and emotional challenges that stand in the way of their dreams. I thought the story was compelling, very realistic, and really drew me in. I could relate to both the hero and heroine and their challenges. The author did a fantastic job of teasing the reader with some of the emotional challenges the heroine is facing but making us read on to get the full story while the hero and heroine fall in love. I didn't think I was going to love the hero when she first introduces him, but he grows on you quickly and I could just see him grinning in my mind as I read about him. A wonderful read with the perfect amount of tension and struggle as the hero and heroine try to find their happily-ever-after.
Disclosure: I received a free copy of this book in exchange for an honest review.
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