About the Book:
"You already are the person I want you to be. I see so much more in you that you won’t allow yourself to see."
Lainey is on her way to her first and probably only Olympics. At twenty-two, she has finally made the U.S. Figure Skating Team after years of hard work and sacrifice. All she can think about is winning gold when she meets Cory, a gorgeous, hotshot Alpine skier and two-time Olympic champion who seems to be taking his talent for granted. His bad behavior is getting him in trouble with everyone around him, including Lainey.
No love is lost between Lainey and Cory until the night Cory comes to Lainey's rescue. She soon realizes that his reckless behavior may be related to something painful from his past and that she actually needs to rescue him before he self-destructs.
Can Lainey help Cory battle his demons so he can rebuild his future as an elite skier and, in turn, can Cory help Lainey execute a gold medal-winning performance? And will their support to each other lead them down a path to long-lasting love?
About the Author:
Jane Kelly Kosek is a storyteller through various media platforms. She develops, writes, produces, directs and conducts research for feature films, web series and television shows, as well as writes and publishes romantic novellas and novels. She is drawn to character-driven stories with relationships that delve into the human condition.
I wanted to create a love story between two elite athletes during one of the the most stressful competitions of their lives - the Olympics. I have always been fascinated by the Olympics and the sacrifices these athletes must make. I wondered what it must be like fitting love into their lives. So I wrote about it! I would love any notes on character, plot, tone, etc. I look forward to any thoughts you may have. Thank you!
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