In any other family, Levi â501â Babcock would have been the golden boy. Instead, heâs lived his entire life in the shadow of his almost-perfect older brother. They both play for the NHLâs Portland Storm, but Levi is tired of being the second-best Babcock brother. Heâs determined to find at least one thing he can do better. He thinks heâs found it when Cadence Johnson, Canadaâs darling at the last Olympic Games, shows up in Portland; heâs going to land a girlfriend whoâs more famous than his brotherâs Hollywood-starlet wife. Gold medals donât mean much when every day is a living nightmare. Figure skater Cadence Johnson just did the unthinkable; she left her partner and her coach, and sheâs starting over from scratch. New partner. New coach. New choreographer. New hair color. New city. Sheâs looking forward, not behind, keeping her secrets firmly locked up tight. Her bubbly personality and perpetual smiles conceal a world of hurt she canât let anyone see. After Levi charms his way into Cadenceâs life, hope that itâs all been laid to rest blooms within her. But even the darkest of secrets eventually seek the light. Soon, Levi comes to realize that life with Cadence might not be all sunshine and roses, and attraction isnât going to be enough to her. Now being the man she needs in her life seems a lot more important than finally besting his brother, but with every step, he feels like heâs Losing an Edge.
Catherine Gayle is a USA Today bestselling author of Regency-set historical romance and contemporary hockey romance with a New Adult feel. Sheâs a transplanted Texan living in North Carolina with two extremely spoiled felines. In her spare time, she watches way too much hockey and reality TV, plans fun things to do for the Nephew Monsterâs next visit, and performs experiments in the kitchen which are rarely toxic.
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