#OnThinIce is an idiom that describes when someone is doing something risky or dangerous & engaging in behavior that may cause them trouble. The phrases came into use in the 1800s & alludes to the fact that ice that is too thin to support someone‘s weight will break and cause the person to fall into the water.
This is book 1 in a favorite Alaska-set series where the MC, Beth, is often on thin ice. I just finished the ARC of book 5.
#IdiomInsight Day 19: This is literally an #OnThinIce novel. There is divisiveness here – which is something we can also say about the world and most countries at the moment; there is hatred – too much of it everywhere these days; there is grief and loss too. But then at the very heart of it, one goes back to hockey, which becomes a microcosm of life itself. My full review: https://wp.me/pDlzr-j65
#OnThinIce (To be in a risky or potentially dangerous situation.)
This looked interesting: A widowed mom starts selling drugs to help support the family, but things get scary when the FBI gets involved.