Cold as Ice - Piper Rayne

Cold as Ice

By Piper Rayne

  • Release Date: 2018-01-29
  • Genre: Romantic Comedy
Score: 4
From 9 Ratings


It may be Winter Games, but the bedroom games are about to begin…

Competing in South Korea on the world stage is hard enough.
Having to spend the entire press tour beforehand with a woman who hates me? Karma really is a bitch.

While she’s spent the last four years loathing me, I’ve spent them ignoring the guilt that gnaws at my stomach. 
All Mia Salter cares about is that I’m her brother’s ex-best friend and it’s her duty to hate me. The funny thing is, I barely noticed her back when she was trying to keep up with us on the slopes. Now, as both of us prepare to go for gold, I’m seeing her in a whole different light—and it involves a whole lotta different positions. 

No one said the path to the Olympics would be easy.

A Sexy Enemies to Lovers Romcom standalone in the Bedroom Games Series.


  • Awesome start to a new series!

    By Mom's Cooking The Books
    Thoroughly enjoyed this enemies to lovers, ex best friend’s little sister, and second chance at love romantic comedy! What a great concept staging this at the Winter Classic (also known as the Winter Games) and getting to experience love on the slopes. Grady Kale and Mia Salter have a long history. They grew up in the same town and Mia is four years younger than Grady and her brother Brandon, who she followed around and wanted to emulate. Mia and Grady are world class snowboarders that compete in the halfpipe. They are representing the US in the Winter Classic and both are chosen to go on a promo tour to promote the games. The problem? Four years ago, a tragedy happened and Mia blames Grady for it and she hates him. Grady feels guilt. They have to find a way to work together. Mia had a crush on Grady for years and Grady was more than attracted to Mia. You know the saying there is a fine line between love and hate. Lines are crossed. This was such a fun romp and I blew through it! I have never read a book about snowboarders or about Olympic athletes and this was such a great change from my usual sports romance. It held my attention entirely. There was of a great balance of snowboard action, steam and hilarity. There was great chemistry between Grady and Mia. The story is told in Grady’s POV with Mia’s POV in the epilogue. The secondary characters are awesome and provided a great set up for future books. I thoroughly enjoyed every page! Get ready for the Winter Games by picking up this new exciting series!