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One Foot Onto the Ice

One Foot Onto the Ice Do you ever wonder how your old classmates remember you Especially those who weren t in your circle Susan Quinn a teacher at St Wilfred s All Girls School and Jenna James a Club Ski instructor in t

  • Title: One Foot Onto the Ice
  • Author: Kiki Archer
  • ISBN: null
  • Page: 198
  • Format: Kindle Edition
  • Do you ever wonder how your old classmates remember you Especially those who weren t in your circle Susan Quinn, a teacher at St Wilfred s All Girls School, and Jenna James, a Club Ski instructor in the French Alps, are about to find out As an invisible bond draws the two women closer, will they appreciate each other for who they are now, not who they once were One FoDo you ever wonder how your old classmates remember you Especially those who weren t in your circle Susan Quinn, a teacher at St Wilfred s All Girls School, and Jenna James, a Club Ski instructor in the French Alps, are about to find out As an invisible bond draws the two women closer, will they appreciate each other for who they are now, not who they once were One Foot Onto The Ice, is a fast paced romance set in the sunny ski resort of Morzine, where the young cast of students and teachers search for excitement on the slopes, with some finding it a lot easily than others.

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    About "Kiki Archer"

    1. Kiki Archer

      Kiki Archer is a UK based, best selling, award winning author.Her debut novel But She Is My Student won the UK s 2012 SoSoGay Best Book Award Its sequel Instigations took just 12 hours from its release to reach the top of the lesbian fiction chart, and Kiki s third novel Binding Devotion was a finalist in the 2013 Rainbow Awards All quickly became bestsellers in their genre Kiki s fourth offering One Foot Onto The Ice broke into the American contemporary fiction top 100 as well as achieving the US and UK lesbian fiction number one The sequel When You Know went straight to number one on the UK, America, and Australia lesbian fiction charts, as well as number one on the iTunes, Smashwords, and Lulu Gay and Lesbian chart Too Late I Love You has been her most successful to date winning the National Indie Excellence Award for best LGBTQ book, the Gold Global eBook Award for best LGBT Fiction, and making that transition into the mainstream contemporary romance charts It was a Rainbow Awards finalist and received an honourable mention Her new novel Lost In The Starlight is out now.Kiki was crowned the Ultimate Planet s Independent Author of the Year in 2013 and she received an honourable mention in the 2014 Author of the Year category.She has just returned from the 2015 LesbianOscars where she won Best Independent Author and Best Book for Too Late I Love You, beating off competition from Sarah Waters novel The Paying Guests.

    507 Comments

    1. Ok read! frustrating and contradictory storyline at times,could not keep up with either the plotline or the different scheming roles that these characters were up too in this series


    2. I am the author, so obviously this review is biased. But if you liked Kat and Freya, then I'm sure this one's for you too. It's set over the course of a week in the French Alps where the two main characters, Jenna and Susan, find themselves connected in more ways than one.Easy read chick lit that should hopefully make you smile :)


    3. Cute and lighthearted. A bit too YA and sophomoric for this old bird. When the twerking begins in earnest I began to skim the slapstick ending.Ah to be a giggly 15 yr old again. Not.


    4. Susan Quinn is a teacher at the exclusive, private all girls school, St Wilfred’s. The same school she had attended as a girl.Jenna James is a Club Ski instructor in the French Alps. Jenna had also attended St Wilfred’s as a girl.When the girls from St Wilfred’s arrive in Morzine, in the French Alps for their skiing trip, Susan, the lead teacher on the trip and Jenna, their guide, meet again for the first time in years. Although they were never friends at school, they find themselves drawn [...]


    5. Wow, I don't know how to start. This was one of the best books I've read for a while, what a wonderful story. It was so entertaining, I laughed out loud not only once, but many times. The main characters and even most of the supporting characters were well-developed. Jenna, the carefree ski-instructor with a fear of commitment; Susan, the ugly duckling who turned out to be a moorhen, fearless teacher with a quirky self-perception; Ramsbottom, self-announced hero and irresistible womanizer (that' [...]


    6. I loved this book so much I couldn't put it down! I read it on my Kindle, from cover to cover, in around five hours. It was an easy read with lots of humour throughout. The scene in the bathroom caused me to laugh out loud and wince at the same time. I challenge any reader not to! I would also guess that most readers will actively dislike Professor Marcus Ramsbottom - what a despicable little man! I quickly became aware of the sneer creeping across my face each time he made an appearance - yuk!F [...]


    7. Honestly?Absolutely brilliant. I was a skier and it's true you can't describe that feeling off total freedom unless you've experienced it. It's a great story and so very well written. Kiki has an incredible writing style that has you hanging in there. It reminded me of all those school skiing trips I went on. The characters are so easy to connect with. The storyline is great. I'm guessing the author also attended those trips as she got the details right even the dumping of sandwiches and getting [...]


    8. My favorite ( far)For whatever reason, this particular book is by far my favorite one so far written by Kiki Archer. I've read them all, but this one is my favorite. I love the characters, how they complement and balance each other. I love the story that puts them together and pulls them apart. The emotions and experiences feel so real and personal that I ached for Susan and Jenna. Some of it was crazy. But it was personable too. The antagonists were slimy enough to dislike. I never once felt so [...]


    9. Comical storytelling at its best. Very lively book! You'll be introduced to quirky characters, you will face hilarious situations and most importantly you will enjoy a romantic love story. This book feels as if you were actually watching a comedy on TV on a Saturday afternoon. Well, if it weren't for the sex scenes - with those it feels a bit more like a Saturday night and on pay TV ;-). Not complaining, though, not at all. It also might make you consider spending your next holidays on skies - o [...]


    10. An entertaining, funny, and delightfully quirky romance. The characters are unique and have depth. It took me a few chapters to really get into the book but after that it was smooth sailing. Jenna is both hilarious and endearing and Susan's character development over time was lovely.




    11. BeautifulI adored most of the characters in this book and because of this once I started I literally did not put it down. definitely going to be looking out for this author.


    12. A fun read!I laughed out loud, fun story, I would not have been as trusting as Susan and if I were Jenna I would have decked Amber.



    13. I had huge issues with this book. Stuff happened that would have teachers suspended a duo before the teachers council. Parts of this story were really dreadful! A child got left behind at a road stop? Said child walks in on a male teacher who is totally naked? Teachers drinking? Leaving the lodge where the kids are staying without letting the other teacher know? And the ongoing sexual harassment by the male teacher!While I understand this was all just "part of a fictional story" but it doesn't s [...]


    14. This one read more like a movie than a book. All the characters were caricatures and the narration was jerky, for example, with haphazard perspective changes. The pacing was also uneven. Moreover, I always find it unbelievable when two people who knew each other in school - and in this case they weren't even friends - meet as adults and fall in love in a few days.


    15. Quick, easy to digest chic lit. Fun story about a teacher taking kids from her school on a ski trip and meeting an old friend back from when they both went to the same jolly hockey sticks private school.


    16. Absolutely luved it! Another smash by Kiki Archer! So look looking forward to the sequel!!!! Absolute must have book!


    17. Great Read!The story was very good and believable. It was a quick read. I enjoyed the characters and found both the main and extra ones to be interesting.


    18. Entertaining, light-hearted read. There are definitely some laugh out loud moments in the book. Recommend reading.


    19. Funny, mischievous and bursting with stereotypes. I have been a long term fan of this author's books and while this particular work is not groundbreaking it is a fun and diverting read.Rommended




    20. Premise wasn't too bad, but the writing was terrible. This author really needs to work on the "show don't tell" philosophy.


    21. I read this book in one sitting. I love all of Kiki's books but this is still my most favourite. The characters stayed with me and it so heart warming and funny



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