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Sex on the Slopes

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  • Anonymous

    Posted July 16, 2012

    I think , It was an excellent book to read Like sometimes i wish

    I think , It was an excellent book to read Like sometimes i wish I was the girl having the time of her life .

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  • Posted January 31, 2011

    Hot Hot Hot

    Warning: You may want to turn on the fan before starting Sex On The Slopes.

    Believe me, the book is hot enough to melt the snow and ice on the Alpine slopes and is divided into sections dealing with three different couples and intertwined around a wedding in the Alpine. The first is Fire and Ice, which sets the stage for the whole book.

    A fire in a little alpine chalet is where fire fighter Jared Stone rescues Andi Radcliffe, a wedding planner. When he see her standing in the snow out side the inn, dressed in only a short nightie and a thigh high robe that could have been one of those sexy numbers from a Victoria's Secret advertisement, Jared sweeps her off her feet, gives her the coat off his back, and lets her know that everyone in the wedding party is fine. Fire and Ice is a nice drink recipe included in the book it is also a good description of how they met. Sex on the slopes is another drink with recipe included for one of "those life-doesn't-get-much-better-than-this moments."

    Slippery Slope the second section picks up after the fire when the wedding party is sitting in the lounge waiting to return to their rooms. Brianna George is the groom's boss and the only one from work invited on the pre-wedding trip. Brianna has always been all work and no play until she meets Zack Michaels, a ski instructor from Australia, on an outing schedule by the wedding planner. With Brianna being Career-driven and Zack fun-driven will they have a holiday fling or can they meet somewhere in the middle and fall in love?

    In Hot Pursuit of a Bad Boy is the last section but just as hot as the first two. Logan Carver grew up with the groom Tom, but there is another reason he has been invited to the wedding and the alpine trip. Ten years has past since Maddie, Tom's younger sister, has seen Logan but the flames she had for him all those years ago still burn. Logan pushed her away back then saying she was to young and innocent and then he left town without a word.

    I was completely blown away at how Ms. Lyons connected each section together, bringing each couple to the forefront for their own hot sex and love story. It was amazing how the story flowed from one section to the other almost like reading a series only better, because everything was wrapped up in one big read. What make Sex On The Slopes a Best Book to me was the details played out in the plot and how each section blended together like a well made drink. Added bonus is all the mix drink recipes scattered between chapters. Truly a book well worth reading and adding to your permanent library -- one that I am excited to recommend to all my friends as a must read.

    Originally posted at Whipped Cream Reviews.

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  • Posted November 6, 2010

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    From lust to love, the three couples make for a torrid trip for the armchair traveler

    "Fire and Ice". In Whistler, British Columbia, the fire alarm in the Alpine Hideaway wakes up wedding planner Andi Radcliffe. She and others leave the cozy warm hotel to freeze outside. There she meets widow firefighter Jared Stone. They begin a tryst and fall in love, but she has doubts about being his second course.--------------

    "Slippery Slope". TV star to the groom Brianna George is a guest of the groom who works for her. When Brianna meets Australian ski instructor Zack Michaels, she forgets about her job. As they enjoy their secret rendezvous, she fears for her career if their relationship sees daylight; she also fears what will happen to her heart if it does not.----------------

    "In Hot Pursuit of a Bad Boy". The groom's sister Maddie Daniels has always been attracted to her brother's best friend Logan Carver, but she was too young. Now an adult, Maddie plans to seduce the once infamous bad boy.-----------------

    From Sex on the Beach in Belize to Sex on the Slope of British Columbia, Susan Lyons makes wedding parties heat the sheets. Her three erotic romances set in a Winter Olympics environ are so hot the snow must have melted. From lust to love, the three couples make for a torrid trip for the armchair traveler.--------------

    Harriet Klausner

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