- Audible Audio Edition
- Listening Length: 8 hours and 23 minutes
- Program Type: Audiobook
- Version: Unabridged
- Publisher: Catherine Gayle
- Audible.com Release Date: November 29, 2017
- Whispersync for Voice: Ready
- Language: English
- ASIN: B077SLF78W
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Losing an Edge: Portland Storm, Book 13 Audiobook – Unabridged
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Anyways, I loved getting a better look into Levi and how he thinks and how hard it is for him being Babs' brother even though he loves his brother and wants nothing but the best for him, how he feels like he can never compete with him. Cadence was this bubbly (almost annoying) girl in Delay of Game and now she has grown up and knows that life can be tough. Seeing her and Levi interact together was great and I loved that there relationship wasn't super quick, they took their time and became friends before progressing. There were some twists and turns in the book as well as plenty of fun, sexiness and heart, which is what I know I will get in a book by Catherine Gayle.
If you haven't read the rest of the series you can read this one by itself, but I definitely recommend the whole series because it is so good.
I love this series and it gets better and better with every book though so I'm sure whoever is next will become my new favorite couple.
We first heard about Cadence in her brother Cam's book. She's an Olympic figure skater trying to start fresh. Levi is tired of living in his older brother's shadow, which is a hard one to get out of since they play for the same team. His reasons for asking her out are not the best, but once he does, they both realize they are more than they thought they would be.
Levi is not as wholesome as his brother Jamie, but he is more real to me. When I first read a lot about him, in Home Ice, I really liked him. Now I just love him.
Just like his brother Jamie; Levi is always so sweet to almost every single person he comes in contact with. Both brother's seem to have brought up the right way, as far as I'm concerned. But....I don't mind admitting that my poor, poor heart instantly melts every single time we get to see the way Levi interacts with sweet little Sophie. Yes, the way they first met was a bit unconventional, but it's the way he swept her up into his arms that day, and the way that he has continued to treat her like a true princess from that day on that won my heart, and Sophie's too, for that matter.
I loved Cadence from the very start. I am so glad that she finally decided to leave her old skating partner to move to Portland. After all; it takes a lot of courage to leave a situation like that and she deserves to be with someone who respects her. And just like Levi; she loves her family and cares deeply for her friends. Although, I found it very understandable why she would initially be cautious of Levi in the beginning, especially after putting up with Guy, the control freak for years. I thought Levi and Cadence made a very cute couple, and no one could deny their instant chemistry. It was off the charts HOTTTTT!!!!
It was nice to be able to catch up with some of our past favorite like: Jamie and Katie, Jonny, Sara and their kids, Hammer, Koz, Bergy, Paige, Sophie, Ghost, and Harry. I also thought that Cadence's new friends Anthony and Jesse were not only a great addition to the group, but they sort of made me giggle quite a few times along the way, too. I hope that's not the last we see of them though, I think they should hang around awhile longer to keep things interesting. We also got to spend a little time with some other upcoming potential love interests for a couple of the guys.
But the one that made me laugh the most, well besides sweet little Sophie....was little Connor. What a holy terror, but Lord, you've got to love that little demon! ;) Jonny and Sara are sure gonna have their hands full by the time that kid reachs his teenage years. lol!
Bravo to Catherine Gayle for giving us yet another fabulous addition to this Portland Storm team, and their family and friends. I love the way you throw in a little suspense into the mix to keep us on our toes, you always include a serious issue or two, in order to make us all more aware about those who may be suffering all around us on a daily basis in real life. Thank you from the bottom of my heart, for just being the great writer you are.