In case you missed it! Hannah Grace revealed the cover for her upcoming book, Wildfire, this week, and it is fabulous! I absolutely love the personality, and the blurb has me excited to dig in. Icebreaker has been such a huge hit over the last several months, and I’m interested in seeing more from the author. I read half of Icebreaker around Christmastime and put it on pause, and I’m looking forward to going in fresh closer to Wildfire’s release day. Why only half, you ask? The writing is incredibly bingeable and addictive, but I struggled with the heroine. She’s got an f-buddy who remains in her life for much of the book, and I wasn’t sold on that. I loved the hero though, and I’m pretty confident that the second half will work better for me. The vibes are soapy, over the top, and fun, and it sets up the cast of characters well. Which is why I’m excited to read Wildfire when it releases in October!
The latest in the TikTok sensation and deliciously “swoonworthy” (Elena Armas, New York Times bestselling author) Maple Hills series follows two summer camp counselors who reconnect after a sizzling one-night stand.
Maple Hills students Russ Callaghan and Aurora Roberts cross paths at a party celebrating the end of the academic year, where a drinking game results in them having a passionate one-night stand. Never one to overstay her welcome (or expect much from a man), Aurora slips away before Russ even has the chance to ask for her full name.
Imagine their surprise when they bump into each other on the first day of the summer camp where they are both counselors, hoping to escape their complicated home lives by spending the summer working. Russ hopes if he gets far enough away from Maple Hills, he can avoid dealing with the repercussions of his father’s gambling addiction, while Aurora is tired of craving attention from everyone around her, and wants to go back to the last place she truly felt at home.
Russ knows breaking the camp’s strict “no staff fraternizing” rule will have him heading back to Maple Hills before the summer is over, but unfortunately for him, Aurora has never been very good at caring about the rules. Will the two learn to peacefully coexist? Or did their one night together start a fire they can’t put out?
Start the series today!
The series is interconnected enough that you’ll probably want to start with Icebreaker, and most people love the book, so that shouldn’t be too much of a hardship! Reading Icebreaker, it was clear that Grace was setting up the series by introducing a variety of characters, so it’ll provide some insight for sure.
A TikTok sensation! Sparks fly when a competitive figure skater and hockey team captain are forced to share a rink.
Anastasia Allen has worked her entire life for a shot at Team USA. It looks like everything is going according to plan when she gets a full scholarship to the University of California, Maple Hills and lands a place on their competitive figure skating team.
Nothing will stand in her way, not even the captain of the hockey team, Nate Hawkins.
Nate’s focus as team captain is on keeping his team on the ice. Which is tricky when a facilities mishap means they are forced to share a rink with the figure skating team—including Anastasia, who clearly can’t stand him.
But when Anastasia’s skating partner faces an uncertain future, she may have to look to Nate to take her shot.
Sparks fly, but Anastasia isn’t worried…because she could never like a hockey player, right?
About the Author:
Hannah Grace is an English self-labeled “fluffy comfort book” author, writing predominantly new adult and contemporary romance from her home in Manchester, England. When she’s not describing everyone’s eyes ten-thousand times a chapter, accidentally giving multiple characters the same name, or using English sayings that no one understands in her American books, you can find her hanging out with her husband and two dogs, Pig and Bear.
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