Medal Up

A Winter Games Duology


About The Book

Two couples tread on thin ice at the Pyeongchang Winter Games in this captivating duology—but love has Olympic-sized impact on their dreams.

Fighting Their Attraction: Snowboarder Brady Thompson landed in Seoul favored to win elusive gold. But instead of fresh powder, he finds that a past he can’t escape is twisting his half-pipe into knots. Figure skater Arielle Baldwin is determined to win a medal so she can walk away from her coach mom’s stranglehold on her life. Can a good girl and a bad boy reaching for their dreams make for a dynamic duo?

Man of Ice: How can the Games go so wrong for friendly, upbeat Maybelle Li? Her ex-skating partner is raining on her parade with memories of the past, and her current partner, Bohdan Dovzhenko, is the hottest thing to hit the ice this decade—and the coldest companion. He’s all work and no conversation beyond grunts and commands. But as their medal hopes rise, so does Bohdan’s word count. He’s not made of stone, and being locked outside of Belle’s sunshine is simply no fun. Now their growing closeness may be too hot to dismiss—but will it burn down their chance to forge a new future as well?

Sensuality Level: Sensual

About The Author

USA TODAY bestselling author Nicole Flockton writes sexy contemporary romances, seducing you one kiss at a time as you turn the pages. Nicole likes nothing better than putting her characters into unique situations where they fight to find their true love. Find Nicole Flockton at, on Facebook at, and on Twitter @NicoleFlockton.

Product Details

  • Publisher: Crimson Romance (February 2018)
  • Length: 240 pages
  • ISBN13: 9781507208267

Raves and Reviews

"Flockton and Marsden convey the pressure of performance and competition in both stories, and the upcoming Olympics is a timely setting. Recommended for readers who enjoy short and spicy sports-centered romance."

– Library Journal

"For both novellas, I like that several different countries are showcased  … . I enjoyed the little details that made me feel I was in an athlete’s head and experiencing the susurration of skates on ice, or the feeling of ice crystals thrown up from skates … cutting through ice or snow."

– Dear Author

"I love figure skating, and I adore love stories that are somehow connected to figure skating. If the couples and their friends existed, they’d be enjoying Pyeongchang this very moment."

– BookRiot

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