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On thin ice (edition 1995)

by Susan Andersen

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Title:On thin ice
Authors:Susan Andersen
Info:New York : Zebra, 1995. [reprinted 2012]
Collections:Your library
Rating:**1/2
Tags:read 2013, fiction, thriller, romance, ice skating, drugs, dea agent, undercover, potential discard, 55

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  romsfuulynn | Apr 28, 2013 |
On Thin Ice by Susan Andersen
Sasha Miller was the Olympic medal skater. Her partner, Lonnie Morrison was just released from jail after 5 years for drugs. The cops were not able to charge her at all.
She had to leave the couples section and go back to singles and was on tour on the west coast with the winter ice folly shows.
At the same time the federal agency knows she did play a part and we keep an eye on her-the new manager is an agent.
She has a lot of secrets and finally confides in another skater, Connie.
When the screws on her blade come loose and she falls and hits her head, ends up in hospital then the manager's room I can only think of tonya harding and what she did to nancy kerrigan.
screws just don't get loose, not 4 of them. Lonnie is also hooking up with people from his past, bad scene. Lots of love scenes and others are getting hurt because they look very similar to what she would wear.
She starts piecing things together and fears for her life. Lots of action, adventure, travel and romance. pace is not too fast that you can't follow along. It's a really good mix. ( )
  jbarr5 | Jan 18, 2013 |
I couldn’t finish On Thin Ice. Besides the characters being not much of an inducement to keep reading, the premise was a major turn off for me. The heroine is a professional ice skater. The hero has gone undercover as the manager of her ice staking troop or whatever you call them – he suspects she’s a drug dealer of all things. The bad guy is a jealous ice skating rival. The ice skating scene isn’t my idea of an interesting backdrop to the drama of betrayal and passion that is purportedly being played out between the ice skater and the undercover cop. It all seemed so dated. My brain was filled with visions of tacky sequins and eighties leotards. I just couldn’t stick with it. Reluctant reading turned to skimming turned to setting aside the book for good. ( )
  theshadowknows | Jun 6, 2009 |
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Sasha has finally rebuilt her life after her skating career was nearly destroyed. Now, she's being implicated in a string of murders by someone who wants vengeance.

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