Title: Rocking Thin Ice
Author: Z. Allora
Release Date: July 30, 2019
Can a sexy rock star show a relationship-phobic ice skater that there’s more to life than gold medals?
When ice-skating’s bad boy Blaze first glimpses Drake, every fantasy he’s ever had flares to life. Not only is rock star Drake sexy as sin, his songs awaken a longing in Blaze that he’s denied for years. But Blaze Parker doesn’t believe in relationships—at least not those that last more than twenty minutes.
Drake Keys has dreamed about the sensual ice skater for years. When Drake is kicked out of his band because of his bisexuality, he drives across the country to finally see the man he’s had a crush on skate live.
Though the attraction is instant and intense, both Blaze and Drake have baggage that puts any relationship on thin ice. Blaze is driven by a long-ago betrayal to prove himself a champion, and Drake, uncertain about the future, hopes to resurrect his music career. As they take a road trip together, Drake romances Blaze, hoping to melt his heart and show him that love is possible… but not without some tough decisions.
This was actually a lot different than I originally thought it was going to be, that was not a bad thing at all, though. The characters were great and I spent time giggling at a lot of cute sections.
Blaze is the kind of character I love to read about. He is sweet and funny but has a lot of hurt in his past that keeps him guarded against people getting close to him. His skating is a different kind of sport than what I’m used to reading but I loved reading about his performances and the descriptions of the acts.
Drake is the sexy guitar player who has a heart of gold and isn’t afraid of admitting who he loves, and I love that he has such supportive friends and family.
Rocking Thin Ice is my first book by Z. Allora and I really enjoyed my time reading it and meeting these characters, and I can’t wait to see what else Z comes out with.
*** Copy provided to Bayou Book Junkie by Dreamspinner Press for my reading pleasure, a review wasn’t a requirement. ***