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Publisher Description

The Remingtons are a series of stand-alone romances that may also be enjoyed as part of the larger Love in Bloom series.

In Slope of Love....

Olympic gold medalist skiers Jayla Stone and Rush Remington have been best friends for years. They've seen each other at their best and worst and have kept each other's secrets without fail. Only there's one secret Rush has kept close to his chest. After months of introspection, Rush realizes he's been filling his bed but not tending to his heart. He's changed his womanizing ways, and the only woman who can fill his heart has been right by his side all this time.

Years of intimate conversations and the sharing of hopes and dreams collide when Rush reveals his secret, and one toe-curling kiss changes everything between Rush and Jayla. They're no match for the passion that kiss ignites, or the pull of true love. But being Rush's best friend means knowing all about his revolving bedroom door - and Jayla has a secret of her own that could jeopardize her career and her relationship with Rush. Even their love may not be enough to overcome Rush's past or secure Jayla's future.

B.J. Harrison
hr min
April 28
Melissa Foster

Customer Reviews

Grinandstampit ,

Rush & Jayla 5 star audiobook.

Melissa Foster once again provides a story of a couple that just grabs you. Jayla Stone and Rush Remington are both Olympic skiers that have given up so much to attain their goals. They have had a long time friendship as they supported each other throughout their careers. Can the “player” skier actually want more than friendship? Can Jayla make the decision about her career that is right? And can these friends and team mates possibly become so much more? Go on a wonderfully narrated journey with BJ Harrison as his silky voice provides the answers to these questions in this 5 star Melissa Foster read.

Susan D's Reviews ,

A Wonderful Friends to Lovers Romance

Melissa Foster and B.J. Harrison has done it again. I give it 5 stars for everything. I love a good friends to lovers romance, and Melissa Foster has done a beautiful job with Rush and Jayla. She made it so real, that you could feel Jayla's pain, both physically and emotionally, as a result of her shoulder injury, and being an olympic skier. Then, there is Rush, a real ladies man, that has found that he has fallen in love with his best friend. This is not an easy path, but I love both of them, and their story. All of Melissa's words then come to life through B.J. Harrison. His voice is one that I could listen to all day. It just pulls you into the story. It does not matter if it is a female or male character when B.J. Harrison is the narrator. I give them both 5+ stars.

ajmeyer17 ,

Friends to Lovers

Rush Remington and Jayla Stone have been best friends for fifteen years as well as Olympic Gold Medalist. There are no secrets between them, except for the fact they are in love with each other but neither has confessed their feelings for the other. Jayla is also keeping her shoulder injury a secret from Rush as well as her coaches and teammates.

When Rush confesses his love to Jayla and tries to convince her he’s changed, she is hesitant to fully commit due to Rush’s womanizing past. As they navigate their new relationship, Jayla struggles watching women come onto Rush and doesn’t fully believe he is committed to her. Rush is out to prove to Jayla she’s the only one for him.

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