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About the Author

Gerri Hill lives in East Texas, deep in the pines, with her partner, Diane. They share their log cabin and adjoining five acres with two Australia Shepherds, Casey and Cooper, and a handful of furry felines. Her books include Hunter’s Way, Snow Falls, and No Strings to name a few. For more, visit Gerri’s website at gerrihill.com.
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Product Details

  • Paperback: 264 pages
  • Publisher: Bella Books (July 22, 2014)
  • Language: English
  • ISBN-10: 159493410X
  • ISBN-13: 978-1594934100
  • Product Dimensions: 5.3 x 0.6 x 8.1 inches
  • Shipping Weight: 8 ounces (View shipping rates and policies)
  • Average Customer Review: 4.4 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (57 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #543,716 in Books (See Top 100 in Books)

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I actually forgot I read this book it was almost that forgettable. So why did I give it three stars? Because Gerri Hill can still write readable schlock. Gerri Hill at her not so best is still better than some of the other stuff out there. You may think that that is a harsh comment but consider this: I read the reviews written by others and on those recommendations I make purchases. I do not have kindle or such and like to hold a paperback in my hand. To get that object costs, on average, $36 for us here in Australia. I think I have the right to be slightly peeved if I read a rave revue only to find that a sense of loyalty toward the author has overridden truth. To buy a Gerri Hill book I am almost guaranteed to find book that is fast paced, well written and almost believable. Sure the plots may be old hat but, as I said, with Gerri Hill, I can still read it.
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Not Gerri's best work. Peyton is a completely unrelatable character. The first half of the novel (vacation time) makes complete sense and is totally relatable. The last half of the novel however is a contrived jumble of a mess. The business with Margot is .... .... well it's just there to build angst and anxiety. It's completely unnecessary. Sure we'll put it in there to prove that we can overcome humps in a budding relationship, but it just feels so...it makes Peyton look stupid really, and beyond foolish. That's what makes it seem so unlikely.

Logan? Now that's a character I can get behind. She's got her sh!t together. Completely relatable.

As far as a romance goes, Gerri's got it right with the two protagonists. It's the whole Margot mess that really detracts from the overall believability. Normally I love Gerri's books, but this is a swing and a miss...
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It's amazing how Gerri can continue to write such entertaining books with essentially the same type of characters and similar plots as some of her previous works. But she does it, and this one is a good one. Peyton reminds me a bit of Nichole in The Killing Room. She's conservative and has a narrow social circle, she doesn't care much for spontaneity, and she has had essentially boring, semi-long term relationships. Logan is like Lee in Coyote Sky, she's non-committal, she dates younger, college women, but is starting to question why. Then she sees Peyton in a bikini and thus it begins :).

The other thing that Gerri does so very well is building up that sexual tension until it reaches a boiling point. She does a masterful job at creating that initial aloofness with Peyton, but as Logan starts to chip away at her resistance, she lets down her guard and realizes what a roll in the hay with Logan might be like. And it's quite the roll in the hay, as usual.

Overall a very enjoyable read with a satisfying, romantic conclusion.
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3.5 stars
F/F romance

No one else can create the sweet and sexy little romantic fantasies I love like Gerri Hill. On many levels they are perfect in their simplicity. It's the chemistry. The eye contact. The build up and all the sexy sex... no one gets it like Gerri Hill when her leads sizzle. I will never ever tire of watching her uptight little blondes lustfully loosening up and falling madly for her sexy soft butches.

I love these kinds of leads and don't mind that repetition as the GENERAL template for her characters. I just wish she hadn't gotten to the point of cutting and pasting things from previous novels to make up key details and conflicts in new ones. Although still very enjoyable for what it is... this one is very much a hodgepodge of her previous stuff that works. If you haven't recently read Coyote Sky, The Killing Room, and Keepers of the Cave, the repetition may not bother you too much. Having recently read Coyote Sky myself, I found Logan's likeness to Lee just plain blatant. Way too much Coyote Sky here in general. And it's been a couple of years since I read The Killing Room... but Peyton is definitely modeled after Nicole. While still somewhat appealing in their own right, these two are ultimately just an echo of more original characters and some definition and mojo is lost in the cloning.

In this one, pretty 34 yr old blond accountant Peyton Watts has left behind old heartbreaks and a busy work life in Austin, Texas for some mindless peace and relaxation at The Rainbow Island Resort. Here our professional and standoffish little blonde meets the seductive working class Logan Weaver at the pool and Logan just isn't the type to take 'no' for an answer.
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By CLo on August 16, 2015
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I have mixed feelings about some of Gerri Hill's books but I really, really, really liked this book. It will probably be one the books that I reread inbetween books. The characters were great and very well developed and depicted. Jay and Drew are in this books (I think they were from Rainbow Cedar) which is always cool when characters cross over and you can actually see them in the future if you will. Read it, you will not be disappointed.
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Hill is my favorite romance writer but this one wasn't a 5 star production like all the rest of her books, saying that it still better than half the garbage out there, Logan and the other woman who's name has slipped my mind right now are fun, but a little predictable.They meet on a vacation island for single woman, have hot wild sex but only share first names, no plans for a future. Then they meet again in there home town which they both live in. And trouble ensues.
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