Will figure skating enemies become lovers?
Everything comes easily for Theo Sullivan, whether it’s jumps or figure skating world titles. Everyone loves him—judges, fans, coaches.
I hate him.
Now he’s invaded my training center, and I have to see him every day as we prepare for the Olympics. I’m going to win gold if it’s the last thing I do. I’m going to beat him.
But the strangest thing is happening. I’m peeking under his happy-go-lucky exterior and discovering there’s more to Theo than I imagined.
This is a mistake. I can’t trust him.
I can’t be falling in love.
My mom’s convinced training with Henry Sakaguchi will distract me heading into the Olympics. No way—Henry’s epically boring and cold. He might as well be carved from ice.
But when I need help, he’s there. He tries to keep me at arm’s length, but it’s no use. He’s too kind. Too generous. He’s caring and gorgeous and hot, and I’ve never wanted anyone like this.
I might want Henry more than a gold medal.
Am I falling in love?
Kiss and Cry by Keira Andrews is a steamy gay sports romance featuring grumpy/sunshine opposites attracting, a slow burn, secretly soft-hearted boys, hurt/comfort, and of course a happy ending.
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“I LOVED this book! Henry and Theo are adorable together! This is wonderfully written, steamy, and with some angst. Very emotional with two wonderful characters.”
“Competitive rivals forced into close proximity is one of my favorite troupes, and Kiss & Cry does it incredibly well! The tension that Keira Andrews ratchets up between perfectionist Henry and lackadaisical Theo is scrumptious! Figure skating is obviously a sport that Keira Andrews loves, because that love sings from beginning to end in this novel. I really hope to visit this world again!”
~ Alisha, Goodreads
“If you like the enemies-to-lovers trope, this is the book for you. Henry and Theo aren’t just figure skating competitors; they’re also about as different as two people can be.”
~ Daniela, Gay Romance Reviews
“I absolutely loved this opposites-attract, rivals-to-lovers novel from Keira Andrews! This slow burn was worth the wait! Adorable! Cozy! Heart-warming!”
~ Leta Blake, author of Training Season
“This was everything I needed and more: lovely and endearing characters, enemies to lovers, opposites attract, sport rivalry and romance. I started reading this story on Christmas Day and it was the best present! If you’re here for character growth, this book is for you. I really enjoyed reading about both their journeys and I absolutely loved the ending and how everything went down between them.”
~ Nadège, Gay Romance Reviews
“A beautiful, sweet, emotional, at times gut wrenching story, beautifully written and with amazing characters!”
~ Mrs. V, Goodreads
“The pacing of the story is excellent, and they have amazing chemistry. Theo makes Henry feel sexy and wanted, and Henry gives Theo the security and love he’s missing from his overbearing mother. I love the character development and growth from both men and the ending is so sweet!”
~ Allyn, Goodreads
“The chemistry between them is great and will appeal to any lover of the grumpy/sunshine trope as Theo barely has one on-page conversation with Henry before he attaches himself to him like a barnacle on a particularly misanthropic boat. The other characters play off each other to create a perfect ensemble cast. I loved the cameos from Sam and Obaachan, and Hannah Kwan is the friend we all deserve in our lives. Overall, this is a lovely sports romance that made me think about overcoming misconceptions not just about others, but about ourselves. Henry and Theo have my heart, and are both gold medal worthy in my books.”
~ Jess in Romancelandia, BookBub
“There was great character development and I liked how both MCs were vulnerable and open. This can be read as a stand-alone but it was great to meet them in Only One Bed.”
~ Stephanie, Goodreads
“The book flows well from page one and I was hooked. I absolutely loved Henry and just wanted to give him a big hug and then tell him to let it go. I really liked that Theo wasn’t the bad boy everyone thought he was and that he was willing to go the distance for Henry. Their chemistry felt sincere and was hot in certain places (wink, wink).”
~ Kendra Patterson, Gay Romance Reviews
” This book was well written and it was HOT! WHOOO BOY! I need to go read the short prequel Only One Bed now and I might even read this book again. Definitely recommend!”
~ Samantha Tucker, Goodreads