OUT ON THE ICE Cover/Blurb Reveal!

The Out on the Ice cover/blurb has been revealed! Ta da! Cover design by the talented, Reese Dante!

Out on the Ice is Book 5 in my Out in College series. This one belongs to Colby and Sky…and hockey! This is an enemies-to-lovers, coming out story featuring a couple of guys with big attitudes. One has anger management issues, the other has a bad reputation. When circumstance throw them together, they form an alliance that becomes much more than either bargained on. If this is the real thing, Colby will have to decide if he’s ready to come out on the ice.

Out on the Ice will be here March 19. Be sure to mark your calendars and Goodreads pages! 🏒❤️

Goodreads Link: http://bit.ly/2wcDGgs

*There’s a giveaway opportunity at Diverse Reader today to celebrate the reveal. Stop on by for a chance to win a $10 Amazon Gift Card! http://bit.ly/2weJEgR

Out on the Ice Blurb:

Colby Fischer is a bad boy with attitude and a chip on his shoulder. As a senior at a Southern California college, he knows this may be his last shot. He doubts he’ll ever become the hockey legend he dreamed of being as a kid, but he definitely doesn’t want to be an accountant. Things get interesting when he’s asked to train the new intern at his step-dad’s firm, who happens to be the troublemaker from his econ class. And the one guy Colby can’t stand.

Baseball is Sky Jameson’s life. He’s happy to be back at Chilton for his senior year, but he’s burned a few bridges and has a bit too much free time off-season. He could use the money and something to keep him busy until his season begins. But his accidental crush on his prickly coworker could be a problem. Colby is straight and Sky is in the closet. Their timing isn’t great, but the intense attraction is hard to deny. With his final season on the hockey team in the balance, Colby may have to decide if he’s ready to come out on the ice.

Published by lanehayes

I'm a M/M author, an avid reader, chocolate and red wine lover and a designer too

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