Adventure Lover

Adventure Lover

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by Charlene Teglia
     
 

To survive, she’ll have to keep up with him all day. And all night…

Take Me, Lover, Book 3

Jill Martin loves adventure—as long as it comes between the covers of a book. Preferably one sporting a bare-chested hero. But to reinvent her faltering travel agency, she needs to start with reinventing herself. Her assignment: a

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To survive, she’ll have to keep up with him all day. And all night…

Take Me, Lover, Book 3

Jill Martin loves adventure—as long as it comes between the covers of a book. Preferably one sporting a bare-chested hero. But to reinvent her faltering travel agency, she needs to start with reinventing herself. Her assignment: a three-day backpacking trip through the Olympic High Divide.

Soon she’s forced to cope with bears, blisters, and a basic instinct to get horizontal with her vertical guide. He’s as hard as the ground they sleep on and his heart’s as icy as the glaciers that surround them. Not a problem, since she’s only interested in his body.

Ryan Lowe knows how to read terrain, and Jill’s is easy. Soft lips, soft eyes, soft curves, soft muscles. She won’t last a day. Plus, if she knew what his imagination was doing with her body right now, she’d turn tail and run. Yet the city girl surprises him with her sheer grit—and sassy tongue.

When they run into geocachers using the remote location as a drug drop-off, there’s only one way to escape—plunge headlong into the untracked wilderness. As she puts her life in Ryan’s hands, Jill wonders if she’s in danger of losing something more precious. Her heart.

Product Details

ISBN-13:
9781605048994
Publisher:
Samhain Publishing, Ltd.
Publication date:
02/16/2010
Series:
Take Me, Lover , #3
Sold by:
Barnes & Noble
Format:
NOOK Book
Pages:
84
Sales rank:
1,079,257
File size:
689 KB

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Adventure Lover 3.6 out of 5 based on 0 ratings. 16 reviews.
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
This could definitely been developed into a longer book, and I probably would have enjoyed it even more. On the nook it is 76 pages.
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Anonymous More than 1 year ago
This is my favorite one of the series. True with the rest of the books it could have been longer, but it was still worth the money.