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Will figure-skating enemies become lovers?

Henry

Everything comes easily for Theo Sullivan, whether it’s jumps or figure-skating world titles. Everyone loves him - judges, fans, coaches. I hate him.

Now he’s invaded my training center, and I have to see him every day as we prepare for the Olympics. I’m going to win gold if it’s the last thing I do. I’m going to beat him. But the strangest thing is happening. I’m peeking under his happy-go-lucky exterior and discovering there’s more to Theo than I imagined.

This is a mistake. I can’t trust him. I can’t be falling in love.

Theo

My mom’s convinced training with Henry Sakaguchi will distract me as we head into the Olympics. No way - Henry’s epically boring and cold. He might as well be carved from ice.

But when I need help, he’s there. He tries to keep me at arm’s length, but it’s no use. He’s too kind. Too generous. He’s caring and gorgeous and hot, and I’ve never wanted anyone like this.

I might want Henry more than a gold medal. Am I falling in love?

Kiss and Cry by Keira Andrews is a steamy gay sports romance featuring grumpy/sunshine opposites attracting, secretly soft-hearted boys, hurt/comfort, and, of course, a happy ending.

©2022 Keira Andrews (P)2022 Keira Andrews

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Warm cuddles on a winter night

I love this story. Enemies to lovers is one of my favorite storylines. The main characters were sympathetic, so I really cared about them and their life enjoyed how they were able to grow, fall in love, and find adult ways to resolve the traumatic events that made their lives more difficult. I highly recommend that you spend some time with characters.

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Excellent! My heart yearns for more!

I finished listening to this story in two weeks (due to my busy work schedule) I love the characters and the world building of figure skating. I think Keira Andrews did an excellent job making me visualize the intensity of this career. I felt all the emotions between Theo and Henry (main love birds). My heart was racing at the right moments and then there were scenes where I wanted to cry with the character. Then the steamy scenes! HOT! I was shook. And you know who helped bring out these intense moments? The AMAZING narrator, Greg Boureaux! He killed it with the voices and tone. I think I have a new favorite narrator. It was not just a guy reading words. He brought the story and every single character to life! That's a gift. I'm impressed. One con: This darn novel makes me ache for romance in my own life now lol
Read if you like rivals to lovers trope, happy endings, or figure skating drama.

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Loved

What a wonderful story! I was shocked by the tears this book brought to my eyes but they were good tears. The characters were written so beautiful that I couldn’t help it!

The narration of course was perfection as always. Greg still continues to be an absolute favorite of mine.

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Rings very true

I rarely give 5 stars but I had to this time. Maybe it’s because I read this both during the Olympics, or just because I really enjoy figure skating, but it just felt really honest. It mentions a lot of behind the scenes intrigue and backstabbing and other little known facts that go on in the sport. I just really enjoyed the dynamic between the two main characters, the competitiveness and the rivalry. The narration was spot on and I could really tell the difference between the two main characters. I even enjoyed some of the Canadian accent that Greg threw in for Henry. It really helped to set them apart. I honestly didn’t know the way the author was going to have their competitiveness turn out, but it was perfect. I haven’t read or listen to any of the previous books in the series but I plan on going to read them now.

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I was entertained but not enthusiastic. Although both men have a different history, I could not tell them apart. Even the narration did not help, as GB gave them similar voices. I tried again a second time, but still: confusing.
It was a romance as many, many others.

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  • 03-14-22

A real love story

Touching moments bring two ice skaters together, it's a bumpy road to start but slowely all falls in place. There is a hint of PTSD that shows it's not always war that haunts the mind. Greg once again brings it to life.

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  • 02-04-22

Enjoyable book

I enjoyed listening to this book, as with many book by both this author and this narrator.