Chinook, Wine and Sink Her [NOOK Book]

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How does a gold mining fisherman catch the girl of his dreams? Ask the moose and the dog.

Linnet Greenbriar has a job to do on the isolated Alaskan Yukon River. Hoping the remote area will keep her away from men for as long as possible, she is shocked to see the handsome stranger walking up the river and singing a little song. All her hopes change when a mishap sends her ...
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Chinook, Wine and Sink Her

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Overview

How does a gold mining fisherman catch the girl of his dreams? Ask the moose and the dog.

Linnet Greenbriar has a job to do on the isolated Alaskan Yukon River. Hoping the remote area will keep her away from men for as long as possible, she is shocked to see the handsome stranger walking up the river and singing a little song. All her hopes change when a mishap sends her falling into the river and also into the arms of said handsome stranger.

Creed finds himself in the wrong place at the right time and becomes a self appointed hero when he rescues the beautiful Fish and Game Officer from the icy river. All he wanted was a little peace and solitude, but one look at this city girl has him changing his tune.

WARNING: Sex in bathtubs filled with water from natural hot springs, too many men and a moose, who just might interrupt the fun.

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Product Details

  • ISBN-13: 9780984113224
  • Publisher: Kensington
  • Publication date: 9/15/2008
  • Sold by: Barnes & Noble
  • Format: eBook
  • Pages: 382
  • Sales rank: 895,944
  • File size: 788 KB

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  • Posted July 28, 2009

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    One hot summer in Alaska...

    This book is a blast. Almost as much humor as scorching sexual tension. Two unlikely suspects totally fall for each other in one small cabin with several unwelcome visitors, an unwieldy but lovable dog, and an orphaned moose. O'Reilly is an Alaska expert, so the setting is flawless.

    Most memorable for me, though, is the ending. I call it awwwwsome, because I got that big, warm, teary moment. Definitely a Hollywood finish.

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