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Fighting for the Edge Edge #3 ✯ [PDF] ❤ Fighting for the Edge Edge #3 By Jennifer Comeaux ✼ – Natus-physiotherapy.co.uk Two friends Two dreams One night that changes everythingIce dancer Aubrey London scoffs at romance She’s focused on winning a medal at the upcoming Olympics and uses that as her excuse to avoid seri Two friends Two dreams One night that the Edge PDF ´ changes everythingIce dancer Aubrey London scoffs at romance She’s focused on winning a medal at the upcoming Olympics and uses that as her excuse to avoid serious relationships But when she and longtime friend Chris Grayden are thrown together by unforeseen circumstances Aubrey finds herself uestioning everything she's ever known Fighting for MOBI :Ê about love complicating her life both on and off the icePairs skater Emily Petrov embraces romance She and her husband Sergei still act like honeymooners two years after their wedding As Emily’s coach Sergei provides constant support while she prepares to challenge for gold at the Olympics But Sergei’s support might not be enough to help Emily overcome for the Edge Kindle Ð the one challenge she never saw comingWith the Games only weeks away Emily and Aubrey are on the verge of realizing their dreams But one snowy stormy night sets in motion a series of events that will test them in ways they never imagined giving them to fight for than Olympic medals.


About the Author: Jennifer Comeaux

Jennifer Comeaux is a tax accountant by the Edge PDF ´ day writer by night There aren’t any ice rinks near her home in south Louisiana but she’s a diehard figure skating fan and loves to write stories of romance set in the world of competitive skating One of her favorite pastimes is traveling to competitions where she can experience all Fighting for MOBI :Ê the glitz and drama that inspire her writing When she's not writing t.



10 thoughts on “Fighting for the Edge Edge #3

  1. Aimee (Getting Your Read On) Aimee (Getting Your Read On) says:

    Since I've read the first two book in this series I was really looking forward to reading and reviewing this last book in the Edge series I love watching competitive figure skating It's one of my favorite sports to watch The Olympics is a magical time to watch figure skating and this book is set around making it to the OlympicsIt was nice to have Emily and Sergei married in this book I liked it Adding in Aubrey's story was awesome I have always liked Chris so it was good to see him so upfront and interacting with Aubrey Chris shoulders a lot of responsibility in this book and I just love his sense of loyalty and strengthThe story is engaging and it always felt forward moving I was interested and wanted to keep reading These are the kind of books that make reviewing easy The characters are real and I can see them and by this the last book I really feel like I know them I'm sad to see this series end but I'll be looking forward to reading whatever Jennifer Comeaux comes up with nextThere are some sexual references steamy kissing and make out scenes and sex behind closed doors between a married couple although nothing descriptive


  2. Katie W Katie W says:

    I realize that this is book 3 in the series and I know that I haven't read the other books I had planned to but ran out of time That said I had no trouble at all following along with the story My only confusion was when the story jumped from Em's point of view first person to a third person point of view uite regularly and it took me a little bit to figure out who was speaking when it was in first person Once I had that down I really got into the story I really want to go back and read the others now to get of that back story As a child and even now I loved to watch the figure skating part of the Olympics than any other event I have no idea if this story is really accurate or not but it sure felt like it I loved seeing behind the scenes and I could picture the routines in my head I felt the drive and passion that these athletes had for their sport and really wanted them to do well I got very caught up in the story and really felt like I was there watching this story unfoldI loved the relationship that Em and Sergei had with one another and with the other members of the skating team Em seemed to be the big sister and good friend to all of them She had such wisdom and good advice for the others yet she wasn't perfect She struggled with anxiety and worries just like the rest of them Chris Em's partner was really great He had such a way with humor and knew just what to say to lighten the mood I really enjoyed getting to know Aubrey I could really feel her hopes and fears vividly I loved watching her mature and growContent kissing some making out; drinking to the point of being drunk; talk of one night stands and hookups; intimacy that fades to black between a married couple; technically clean since none of this is overly descriptive


  3. Lynn Lynn says:

    This book was just like catching up with old friends It is the third in a series and while it can be read as a stand alone it is better enjoyed as part of the whole I was very happy with where the series concludes This series is for those that like their heros without a lot of edges Jennifer Comeaux's heros tend to lean towards being beta heros versus alpha males which I really appreciate Her heros are truly good guys who value women and see them in respectful ways not how they can use them and what they can get from themThis book expands the narrative by incorporating Aubrey's point of view I really enjoyed this for multiple reasons For one thing it kept Emily and Sergei from having to generate all the tension in the story Since the last two stories have been just that it was nice that they weren't thrown completely through the wringer It also gives us a second story that is a relationship at the budding stage instead of on down the road There is always something special about love just as it begins The third reason I enjoyed the expanded view point is that we get to see Emily's skating partner Chris even up close and personal I adored him He is a truly lovable heroWhat we get with Emily and Segei's story is a look into their relationship now that it is a few years into marriage Most of the issues they have to address tend towards those that are natural to where they are in their marriage and at this point in their lives such as making decisions about what direction they want to take now that Emily's career as a professional skater is almost to its conclusion No spoilers here but I will say that the direction Jennifer Comeaux takes their story was enjoyable One plot line might have been a bit implausible but I enjoyed the destination none the lessI absolutely adored Chris as a hero I need to admit up from that Aubrey got on my nerves at times She is one of those heroines with a tendency to be a runneravoider when problems come her way Case in point she runs from love because of watching the problems in her parent's marriage That particular characteristic is one that always gets on my nerves so it isn't a fault in the story just a personal issue Aubrey does come across as realistic but she reminds me of those friends you have growing up that could be self defeating You want them to get it together but they frustrate you immensely in the process She is never unlikable though no matter how many mistake she makes which is key Also since her story is not the only source of angsttension in the book it keeps her self defeating ways from getting over bearing the way they would if the book had been solely focused on herChris is awesome I love adorkable guys and Chris is one He has a fun silly sense of humor He doesn't take himself too seriously which I love in a real life guy much less a book hero He is steady and a rock for everyone around him and always considers the feelings and what is best for everyone before himself Seriously the guy is great He will definitely go down as one of my favorite book heros You can't help but cheer for Aubrey to get it together so this guy can get his HEAGreat conclusion to the series I can only hope that Jennifer decides to continue this world with some companion books that give us glimpses on all these old characters we love while bringing us the stories of some of the side characters I am curious about


  4. Angel - Angel Reads Angel - Angel Reads says:

    I have been reading a few New Adult and Adult books in the past few months and when I saw that there was going to be a blog tour for Fighting for the Edge I jumped right into it I have wanted to read this book for a while now so I could not say no and I was not disappointed allFighting for the Edge is the 3rd book in The Edge Series But you don't have to read the two books before Fighting for the Edge you will have a better understanding of some of the other characters I didn't read the first two books though I plan to really soonFighting for the Edge was a charming surprising read I really liked the setting of the novel How it was based on Ice Skating It's one of my favourite winter sports I just love it The costumes the jumps they way that they dance just everything well expect falling So I really liked that I got to learn about the sportI really liked Aubrey the main character of the novel She is really likable and somehow which I don't know relatable I think that is why I felt for her so much I wanted to hug her and tell her everything is going to be alright Aubrey characterisation built up as the story went on We see her grow as the novel goes on I really enjoy this experience Yes I wanted to yell at her a couple of times but hey people make mistakes too and this is which is the reason why I wanted to hit Marley in the head Yes I understand why she is upset but come on What she said and did was just so frustratingThis book is told in two POV's one is Aubrey and the other is Emily a married skater Hmm I have mixed feelings about Emily She is nice and I liked her but sometimes she annoyed the hell out of me I liked the 2 POV's It really added the the novel and the whole dynamic of it But as said before Emily did get on my nerves I also felt just so sorry for Emily I wanted to hug her and hold her tight I kind of guess what was going to happen I guess you can kind of call it cliche I also really disliked her parents they just hit those spots of things I dislike about parents Like I said with Aubrey we also see Emily grow through Fighting for the Edge Sergei is Emily's husband and again another character that I have mixed feelings about I liked him for the most part But the little things that he did here and there just made me twinge Especially the way he treated Aubrey after she did something not that smart I understand why but it got me so angryChris Chris Chris man I love Chris Just from the start he is just amazing okay? He is sweet and caring and he has feelings I like that he doesn't try and hide those feelings He has his heart on his sleeve I had so many different feelings throughout the novel and I blame Chris for most of them Chris and Aubrey are just the cutest things on the planetI like the writing style of Jennifer Comeaux the way she writes pulls you in The characterisation of the characters was well done and I enjoy seeing them if not all the characters grow through the novel I was taken on a ride of emotions good and bad I was transported into the world of Figure Skating Fighting for the Edge was an enjoyable read that I would recommend to someone looking for something newI Give Fighting for the Edge by Jennifer Comeaux 4 Stars out of 5Check out reviews at Angel Reads


  5. Alex Alex says:

    At First Sight Emily is living her dream she's one half of one of the top rated pairs skating teams and has a great partner in Chris who keeps her calm during the competitions something she never managed to do before pairing with him and is married to her handsome coach Sergei and has a real shot at winning in the Torino OlympicsAubrey is also living the dream she has a great partner in Nick and great coaches and she's one half of the top rated US ice dance team If it weren't for an ill advised one night stand with a Canadian skater who now won't leave her alone her life would be awesomeUntil their skating ring is destroyed during a freak snow storm and both Audrey and Emily and their respective teams are forced to decamp to Boston as they get ready for nationals and the OlympicsBut with their last chance at Olympic Glory in sight life is not done sending them curve ballsSecond Glance Fighting for the Edge is the last book in the Edge trilogy which up to now has following Emily as she fell in love with Sergei; but this time around we also get to see Aubrey's perspectiveI have to say that I liked this change and the fact that it was very easy to identify who was talking because Emily's POV is in first person and Aubrey's in third and this made the pace of the book a little brisk which I really liked plus I liked seeing these two girls with similar dreams but who are at very different stages in their lives even though they are the same age It was a nice contrastAnd for the most part I really liked the book I love the world of figure skating and I loved being inside it from two skater's perspective though it was a bit eery since I remember both Torino and Salt Lake with perfect clarity so I was like Whoa sometimes when they talked about the gamesMy one concern for the book came later on and I can't really discuss because it goes deep into spoiler territory but yeah it made me uestion how realistic some of the things wereBut on the other hand I totally loved Chris and Sergei Bottom Line Save for that thing I really enjoyed and loved the book it was easy to slide into the world and easy to read I mean this in a good way and it was a lovely visit with friends I hadn't seen in a while I also liked that it wasn't as dramatic a story as the two previous ones so it was just a lot of fun to read In any case I really recommend Fighting for the Edge for anyone who likes sports books and skating books in particular


  6. Jess (the cozy reader) Jess (the cozy reader) says:

    Big thanks to Jennifer and Astraea Press for a copy for ReviewI can't say enough how much I loved this final installment in the Edge Series It has been such an incredible and emotional road for all these characters and I am very sad to say goodbye tries not to get emotional It has been truly wonderful following Emily Butler Petrov I just love her last name winks on her skating and Olympic journey She is truly a character to admire for her strong spirit determination compassion and faith Through out the whole series I saw Emily grow as an individual but in this installment I really got to see the wonderful woman she has become There are not enough words to describe how much I adore Sergei Any woman would be lucky to have him only if he were real sighs His unwavering love and devotion for Emily is beyond amazing especially with the Emily's unexpected news There were a couple of times during this reading I was tearing up seeing how much he treasures her You have never looked beautiful he said with a soft glow in his eyes And you are just as strong as you are beautiful Sergei to Emily I enjoyed getting Aubrey's story as well She has this funny and spunky personality that makes smile and is such a great friend to Emily Even though we see this bright and bubbly girl most of the time there is a hidden sadness that comes through when dealing with her broken family I just wanted to give her a big hug but luckily that is what Chris is there for These two are absolutely great together and the gradual development from friendship to romance was a perfect pace a perfect matchShe reached up and have him a feathery kiss You've made me a believerIn what? She wrapped her arms around him and kissed him again Everything Aubrey and Chris Jennifer has wrapped up this series beautifully and I could not have asked for a better endingReview also posted at


  7. Mitsy Mitsy says:

    Fighting for the Edge is the third and final book in the Edge series It is amazing Perfect way to end the series Most of all I love how the final book made Chris and Aubrey of a focus The alternating scenes between them and Emily are easy to follow I love this series Book 3 did not let me down in any way Love it Highly recommended for everyone 12 up especially all YANA readers


  8. Aydrea Aydrea says:

    I liked getting to see things from Emily Aubrey's POV it was a lot of fun Definitely another cray book oh Emily Loved Aubrey Chris Both Sergei Chris are too freaking adorable I need one lol This is definitely one of my favorite series I can't help but love all the characters get sucked into the story


  9. InD& InD& says:

    An interesting read filled with lots of details about the fascinating world of competitive ice skatingRead full review in the 2014 February issue of InD’tale Magazine


  10. Leeanna Leeanna says:

    This review originally appeared on my blog LeeannameFIGHTING FOR THE EDGE is the third and last book in the Edge trilogy However it stands alone uite well and you don’t have to have read the other two for this one to make sense It follows figure skaters Emily and Aubrey on their journey to the Olympics There’s plenty of skating and romance and I’d say it’s the perfect book to read if you’re looking for figure skating or Olympic action Emily plans to retire after the Olympics and so this is her and her partner Chris’s last chance for a gold medal in pairs figure skating Guided by her coach and husband Sergei they’re ready to conuer the world until the unexpected happens I’m not going to say what happens but I liked how Emily handled the challenge refusing to give up something she had worked most of her life for Her relationship with Sergei was portrayed realistically; it was good to see a couple after marriage without them fighting or ready to break upAubrey also plans to retire from ice dancing after the Olympics For the majority of her career she’s sworn off romance not wanting it to get in the way of her dreams But when she and Chris end up sharing an apartment she starts to uestion herself Chris is such a great guy sweet caring nerdy athletic really the list goes on and on I laughed when he asked who would win in a showdown Tweety Bird or Chewbacca Aubrey’s dislike of romance and relationships is strongly influenced by her parents’ relationship and I thought she worked through that realistically Not always in the most logical way but that’s real The book does switch between Emily’s first person perspective and Aubrey’s third person which is a tad confusing at the start I liked Aubrey’s voice and so I would have also liked her sections to be told from her POV which would have made the switch between the two girls less jarring I also would have liked of Aubrey and her partner’s routines described so I could have gotten a better feel for ice dancing But those are my only complaintsFIGHTING FOR THE EDGE was a feel good book for me I had fun reading it and was immersed in the characters and their uest for perfection on the ice Although I haven’t read the rest of the series I wasn’t lost at all and now I want to go back and read Emily and Sergei’s story from the beginning I felt like the author really knew what she was talking about with figure skating and I really liked that there was so much of it in the book Sometimes books that are about sports barely mention the sport so I was happy to see skating actually have a lot of page time in the bookDisclaimer I received a copy of this book from the author in exchange for an honest review I also participated in the blog tour for this book See of my reviews


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