Deep Edge (Harrisburg Railers, #3) by R.J. Scott

Deep Edge (Harrisburg Railers, #3)

One man’s passion, another man’s lies. Can love fix even the darkest of hearts? Trent Hanson is a figure skating phenom adored by millions around the world. His whole life has been dedicated to the sport he loves even when the sport - and his own family - have turned against him. From the playground to the Olympics to his parent’s living room, Trent has fought against bullies and homophobes to be the out and proud gay man he is. But the con...

Details Deep Edge (Harrisburg Railers, #3)

TitleDeep Edge (Harrisburg Railers, #3)
Release DateDec 1st, 2017
PublisherLove Lane Books Ltd
GenreRomance, M M Romance, Sports and Games, Sports, Hockey, Contemporary

Reviews Deep Edge (Harrisburg Railers, #3)

  • Karen
    4.5 shining stars rounded up to 5 because still no 1/2 stars here on GR. This one was like scoring a hat trick... ‘Deep Edge’ is the third book in the ‘Harrisburg Railer’s’ series by RJ Scott & V.L. Locey and while I have very much enjoyed the first two books, ‘Deep Edge’ has definitely become my favorite book so far.Trent Hanson may be a skating phenom adored by millions but that hasn’t kept disaster from dogging his heels nor ha...
  • Kaje Harper
    This third book about a Railers player gives us Dieter, who was brought up from the AHL to the NHL before the start of the previous playoffs. He's got a shot at a spot on the team next year, which is his lifelong dream. But a past indiscretion, and an addiction to painkillers, could bring it all crashing down. In an attempt to keep busy and not think about his problems, he signs on to do a summer reality TV show where some of the team will learn ...
  • Natalie
    Trent has just become my favorite character of the series so far! Trent is a figure-skating diva, flamboyant and fierce, occasionally referring to himself in third person, with a caring streak a mile wide. He’s Pilipino-American, adored by his feisty grandmother, his Lola, with a hard-working mother and a worthless stepfather in jail. Filming a reality show, training Railers on new skills, is his only chance to restore his financial stability, ...
  • Amanda
    3.5 starsI have grow to love this Harrisburg Railer series. Love catching up with the previous couples, especially my favorite ones, Adler and Layton. In Deep Edge, we are back with Railers and this time we focus on Dieter. Dieter is an unassuming player, not flashy like Ten and not weird like Stan. But he had his demon of his own in terms of battling his opiate addiction. His scheming ex is trying to blackmail him as well, but that drama was res...
  • BR11
    I like hockey series and this one started good and then not that great. This installment was better than the second, but still quite mehh. Now that the first player is out, the whole team is LGBTQ. Not even comparable to Avon Gale’s Scoring Chances, which for me is the standard against which I compare all the other mm hockey stories out there.Not sure I’ll read book 4... not even for the Russian goalie...
  • JustJen
    I have really been enjoying this series. While it is definitely centered around hockey, with the MCs all being a part of the Harrisburg Railers, it is not overloaded with hockey. Not that I would mind if it was, but for those who aren’t extremely well versed in the sport, this is a great series to whet your whistle. It picks up pretty much where the last book left off, though it could probably be read on its own. I definitely recommend reading ...
  • Joyfully Jay
    A Joyfully Jay review. 4.25 starsDeep Edge is the third in the Harrisburg Railers series, which focuses on a professional hockey association and the men who call the team home. I look forward to the books in this series because they consistently provide good romance, engaging characters, and hockey references that even a sports moron like myself can enjoy it. Deep Edge has some issues, but let’s start with the good stuff. Dieter and Trent are b...
  • Jess A Jaye
    RJ and VL have knocked it out of the park once again. Wait that's the wrong sporting analogy. Scored a homerun? No... Anyway!I'm loving this series, it's definitely been one of my favourites of the year.MC Trent was a blast to read. He's snarky, cheeky, does a great one-liner and has a hilarious inner monologue. I love characters like that especially when they use those things in an act of self preservation to hide their vulnerability. I enjoyed ...
  • Robin Powers
    I love this hockey series and then we have a figure skater added into the mix and I’m so right there. Dieter has a lot of issues in this story and at the beginning he’s a hot mess. Multiple people try to get him to face his issues but he’s just not ready to admit defeat quite yet. Bring in Trent and that man does not hold back the punches. He’s had his own tough situations and he doesn’t have time for people wasting his care or messing ...
  • Laurel Looney
    Wow, Deep Edge is the third book in this amazing hockey series and it is just as awesome as the first 2. Everyone needs to read this series you won’t be disappointed. In Deep Edge you get to know Dieter better and you get to meet Trent. Everyone needs a Dieter and Trent in their lives. This book gives you everything you could possibly want or need in a story.