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- Print Length: 81 pages
- Simultaneous Device Usage: Unlimited
- Publisher: The Wild Rose Press, Inc. (March 5, 2018)
- Publication Date: March 5, 2018
- Sold by: Amazon.com Services LLC
- Language: English
- ASIN: B079VJ4CCG
- Text-to-Speech: Enabled
- Word Wise: Enabled
- Lending: Enabled
- Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #2,131,666 Paid in Kindle Store (See Top 100 Paid in Kindle Store)
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From the Author
I had so much fun pitting my two very different charactersagainst each other in the solitude of the hut. Sure, they have to deal withcustomers, but mostly they have to deal with each other--and themselves. It'sthe perfect recipe for loads of heat and tension, and I had a blast writingthis steamy story of characters who are so wrong for each other they're just perfecttogether. The problem is, they don't realize it.
In Never You, the hut actually belongs to the EmeraldMountain Ski Area. A snowcat brings customers to the hut for meals, and guidestake them backcountry skiing in the nearby basin for full- or half-days.
If you're not familiar with backcountry hut skiing,basically it means you either skin (IE: hike your own butt back there),snowmobile, snowcat, or helicopter in to a remote mountain cabin (or yurt, orplatform wall tent). Most people stay in a backcountry hut for 3-7 days,spending each day climbing up and skiing down the surrounding mountains. It'slovely and quiet and you have no decisions to make other than what to ski thatday.
I've been on about ten hut trips in Oregon and BritishColumbia over the years, and this year I've got my first one planned forColorado! I love solitude and skiing and deep, untracked powder, so hut tripsare always a pleasure. They're my chance to relax, disconnect, ski, and get a great workout every day in the mountains. with my hubby
The combination of solitude, enforced togetherness, and wild snowy mountains is so ideal for romance, I'm alreadyplanning future hut skiing stories.
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On one hand you’ve got Morgan Monroe who has the caretaker who’s essentially running the show at the ski hut; making sure everyone who comes there is taken care of. Morgan’s the type of woman any man would simply drool over if they could only make her their own. While many women could see themselves having a relationship with any cool hunk that should happen to come by, just so they’d wouldn’t be lonely; for Morgan, if it isn’t going to be a serious relationship, the guy needs to just go away and find someone else to screw around with.
On the other hand, you’ve got Dan Griffin, who has far as committed relationships are concerned, they don’t even exist; for he’s only basically interested in one-nights with any woman who’s willing to have him for that night. And even though he might be a hot hunk, Dan’s overly eager tenacity to get Morgan into his pants, he comes off as being quite intolerable; a quality in a man which causes her to totally ignore him as if he was the plague.
Yet, just like the most popular girl in high school allowing herself to be seen with the most nebbish boy at her school at the end of the school year, Morgan lets Dan to have his long-sought desire to be with her at the end of the skiing season.
If you can remember at the end of the movie “Animal House” how the women of the sorority come to realize that love with a nerd can be far more satisfying than the ones they’ve been having with the sanctimonious members of another fraternity and football team. Then you can wonder whether the same thing will happen as Morgan spends a night in bed with lover boy Dan. Will Morgan come to realize Dan’s not as half as bad as she’s made him out to be? Can Morgan see herself spending the rest of her life with him? Will Morgan remain sexually passive during this night, or will she play it loose allowing everything to happen naturally and without any of her inhibitions getting in the way of her being with Dan?
Gold’s steamy writing is such that it can warm the cockles of a reader’s heart and possibly having them wet their panties. The remoteness of the ski cabins, the coldness and snow make for a cozy environment for romance to take place.
For having given her readers a story which shows love could actually take place with a co-worker one might abhor, I’ve given Ms. Gold the 5 STARS she’s getting from this reviewer.
Morgan Monroe (her last name is never mentioned in the book, only in the blurb) is a loner. She has school loans to pay off and is focusing on finding a job where she can put her degree to use. She doesn’t do casual and especially not with the too good looking for his own good player that’s been irritating her all season.
Dan goes all out in his final attempt at seducing Morgan. When he finally takes the time to get to know her a little better, he becomes smitten. A lot happens in a short amount of time and pages yet it all flows smoothly. If you can overlook the unrealistic parts of the story and take it for what it is, a quirky, fun, light romance it is a good read. Although the ending felt a little too abrupt.
I voluntarily reviewed an ARC provided by NetGalley and the publisher.
I volunteered to review the book in exchange for an advanced copy and this is my earnest opinion