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  1. Holding the Edge
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  2. Holding the Edge

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Gay figure skaters keep their relationship secret--and end up on thin ice.

Misha Reznikov has an Olympic gold--and a secret lover who just happens to be the silver medalist. Now that their competitive days are over, Misha and former rival Dev Avira are setting up house in LA and giving their relationship a shot in the real world. They agree that keeping their romance strictly under wraps is best for their pro careers and Misha's family back in Russia. So what if Dev hasn't told his parents, and they never eat out for fear of being spotted? It's not perfect, but they're together.

But as they prepare for a special holiday skating show on Christmas Eve in Dev's hometown, tension builds. How long can Misha and Dev keep their love secret--and what happens if one of them wants to stop hiding?

Note: This is the sequel to Cold War.

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Holding The Edge is the second book in the Cold War series. I hadn’t realised at the time that this book was a sequel, and to a book I haven’t read. I would recommend reading Cold War before reading this one. The story itself still made enough sense as a standalone to not feel lost at all, although I feel I would have perhaps had a greater connection with the characters knowing a bit more of their history together.
Misha, a former Russian figure skater and Olympic Gold Medallist, is finally free of the pressures of competitive skating for the first time in many years. He is now doing shows in the pro circuit along with his skating partner, fellow Russian Kisa. Having brokered a deal with the Russian government for his release if he won Olympic Gold, Misha now resides in the US and plans to move in with his American lover, former nemesis and Silver Medallist Dev.
With Kisa and Misha’s family still living in Russia, Dev and Misha decide it is best to remain... Read more
4 of 5 Stars

For original review see The Prism Book Alliance Blog online

This was a great €˜after the fact€™ story for everyone wanting to catch up with Misha and Dev after Cold War.

Misha and Kisa had won their Gold Medal at the Olympics which should have won Misha his freedom to finally live his life as he wanted in America. The reality of life was not that simple and now he is months down the line, still in a relationship with Dev, but still hiding and not living as he wants. There is money from shows to be concerned with, there is the risk to his family back in Russia, there are Dev parents, there are Bailey and Kisa and there are Misha€™s own personal fears. The list is never ending but the more his feelings grow for Dev the more difficult this €˜caged€™ life becomes.

Being in love with someone but having to hide them is proving more difficult to do every day. When Misha's... Read more
We are once again with Dev and Mikhail. But now that we are all friends so we call him Misha. The Olympics are over, and both pairs have retired and doing the tour around the World with all the other top countries so they both have decided to keep the relationship a secret. This is becoming more and more difficult the more and more they are falling in love with each other.
I love the drama not just between Misha and Dev but all the characters on and off the ice. The struggles they go through to keep each others secrets while not affecting the performances. The bonding that the teams mates can now forge because the pressures are gone, just a good drama filled but not angst filled read.
I was given a copy of the this book for an honest review by Crystals Many Review
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