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Layback (Murder on Ice Book 2)

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Not too long ago, I had one goal: Win an Olympic Gold Medal but an injury took me out of the running for the Ladies Figure Skating competition at the last Olympic Games. Nancy Kerrigan was grandfathered in. I was not.

Translation: I was disqualified. DQ’d. I was out in the cold on my keister.

But when an offer to fill a spot on a pairs team lands in my lap, I take it. It s
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Published May 13th 2019 (first published May 11th 2019)
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Stephanie Taylor
May 16, 2019 rated it really liked it
Layback is book two in Jennifer Rebecca’s Murder on Ice Mysteries. There is also a lot of crossover with characters from her Funerals and Obituaries series. And while Layback can be read as a stand-alone book, I highly recommend all books from both series. There is a hilarious backstory with the grandmas and the Dangerous Dames that you certainly don’t want to miss, and there is also Kane and Sophia’s backstory that is referenced some in this book that might be confusing if you haven’t read book ...more
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Layback is the second book in the Murder on Ice series and I highly suggest you read Attack Zone first. While you might be able to catch yourself up during the read of book two, there is a complicated back story and characters you won't want to miss!

An attempt on her life and one missed Olympic dream later, Sophia's life is a bit of a shit show. Everything she's worked for is gone in a flash. So when she gets the opportunity to jump into pairs skating when one of the qualifying skaters ha
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Dimple
May 16, 2019 rated it really liked it
Layback is the second book in the Murder on Ice series and I highly suggest you read Attack Zone first. While you might be able to catch yourself up during the read of book two, there is a complicated back story and characters you won't want to miss!

An attempt on her life and one missed Olympic dream later, Sophia's life is a bit of a shit show. Everything she's worked for is gone in a flash. So when she gets the opportunity to jump into pairs skating when one of the qualifying skaters has to dr
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Miranda Knight
May 21, 2019 rated it really liked it
A fast paced read with a lot of plot twists and subplot lines to follow. A ton of humor and sex. Numerous pop culture and ice skating references. Should read the previous books to fully understand this one. I had a few issues catching up since I have only read one other book in the series.

Sofia Dubois's dreams were shattered when her stepmother had her kidnapped and hit her leg with a crowbar--yeah just like Nancy Kerrigan style. Unlike Kerrigan, Sofia didn't get a shot at the Olympics. Until n
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Bookishly
May 12, 2019 rated it it was ok
I am sorry to say this. I hated this book.

There was so many things wrong with this book, at least that I thought were wrong that I’m actually thinking about doing an instagram live about this during this week.

This is the second book in the Murder on Ice series and it’s a little irritating because it doesn’t specify anywhere that you NEED to read the previous book before reading this one. Nowhere does it say that it actually follows a timeline and that you are missing some pretty big information
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Ga Books LoverX
This book had really good aspects then some weird aspects as well. I signed up to read it as an ARC not knowing that there was a first book in the series. I think if I would have read the first book, then I would have been enlightened a bit more during this one and I wold not have been as confused in the beginning. The author did shed some light in what, I am guessing, happened in the previous book, but not enough to my liking.

That being said, this book was humorous, suspenseful, and interesting
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Kari Hansen
May 23, 2019 rated it really liked it
Sofia’s dream of receiving an Olympia Gold Medal in Ladies Figure Skating was sabotaged after a violent attack and there was no do over in her future. She now has the opportunity to compete in pairs however Luc, her partner, has a way of rubbing people the wrong way, especially her boyfriend Kade.

Kade is a police detective and former Olympian. He has secrets from his past that Sofia wasn’t aware of that also involves Luc. Although he wants her to succeed, he doesn’t want it to be with Luc so alt
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Jennifer is a thirty something lover of words, all words: the written, the spoken, the sung (even poorly), the sweet, the funny, and even the four letter variety. She is a native of San Diego, California where she grew up reading the Brownings and Rebecca with her mother and Clifford and the Dog who Glowed in the Dark with her dad, much to her mother’s dismay.

Jennifer is a graduate of California
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