Blaze Bellamy is the bad girl of the short track speed skating world. Looking like a roller derby bruiser when she’s not in her Team USA uniform, she’s an unlikely American heroine. She’s got a punk attitude to match her provocative dress and her dyed hair, and she’s determined to get onto the front pages of the papers regardless of how she has to do it.
Maisy Harper is the workhorse of the Canadian women’s figure skating team. Serious, modest, and above all, polite, Maisy would prefer to win her victory on the ice rather than in the press, and is exasperated by Blaze’s antics. When she’s not lusting after her anyway. After they both failed to make the medal podium at the last Snow and Ice Games, they drowned themselves in gin—and each other.
Despite their hookup being drunken, they both harbor fond memories of their night together and are keen for a repeat. But they’ve got different ways of going about getting what they want, and Blaze’s willingness to go to any lengths for the spotlight could ruin any chance she has with Maisy.
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What People are Saying About Fire on the Ice
“This story needs a warning label that says: ‘May cause spontaneous combustion due to highly steamy and very carnal sexual portrayals. Do not read without a bucket of ice within reach.’ I’ll admit, I was worried that this story would overtly sexual even for my tastes. However, what I discovered was an engaging story about two women who are crazy attracted to each other and express it without limits.” The Lesbian Review
“Parker does a fantastic job at developing both characters in a fairly short novel, and exploring the complexities of a possible relationship between Blaze and Maisy in a way that does not define either character by their sexuality alone. […] Parker’s empathetic character development lays the groundwork for a satisfying and deeply romantic ending.” BookPage
Smart Bitches gave Fire on the Ice an A- and said, “This book is unapologetic in its body positivity and that made me so happy […] a very a sexy and enjoyable read while I waited for Olympic figure skating to arrive on prime time coverage, and I’d enthusiastically recommend it to fans of Olympic romance as well as readers looking for a hotter lesbian romance.”
“Fire on the Ice is one of the most scorching erotic romances out there […] it was clear that Tamsen Parker set out to deliver a romance between women that celebrates sex—and does it ever! […] If you’ve been looking for your next great erotic read, you won’t want to miss out on this one.” Curve Magazine
“Whip-smart, sexy as hell, compelling […] If you’re into f/f, serious sexy times (the sensuality rating is hot for a reason y’all), and two characters so vibrant that they leap off the page, then one-click this immediately.” All About Romance