Friday, December 20, 2013

On Thin Ice by PJ Sharon Review

Title: On Thin Ice
Author: PJ Sharon
Genre: Coming of Age
Pages: 233
Price: $2.99
Rating: 5 out of 5 stars

Book Synopsis:

Seventeen year old figure skater Penny Trudeau has secrets. She’s not perfect, as hard as she tries to be. With a mother who is dying and a father who treats her like she’s invisible, Penny has every reason to lie. To escape the life that is spinning out of control, she falls into the arms of an older boy. But when she lies about her age and he finds out the truth, Penny loses the one good thing that has happened in a long time.

Carter McCray is the hockey hunk she falls for, but Carter has his own family drama, and he’s not looking for trouble. Penny proves to be the exception, until the truth comes out and he can’t get past the betrayal—or her father’s threats.

Can Penny find her way back into Carter’s heart, or will she have to face the harsh realities of life on her own? Penny’s choices lead her down a dangerous road and the secrets she’s keeping will change her world forever.


PJ Sharon has crafted another coming of age young adult novel that is truly heart-felt and emotional. When a young Penny finds her life falling apart around her, she finds a moment of hope in the arms of Carter McCray. Unfortunately, she isn't truthful with him. Of course, Carter has his own problems and doesn't need more. When he finds out that Penny has been lying, he sends her away. Can the two find love or are they both destined to a life of loneliness? You'll have to read On Thin Ice to find out.

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