Dream Mountain

Dream Mountain

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by Gena Hale, S. L. Viehl
     
 

Second in the thrilling romance trilogy that began on Paradise Island...

Stranded in the Colorado wilderness with a very handsome, very paranoid stranger, Delaney Arlen must decide if they are doomed to be enemies-or destined to be lovers...  See more details below

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Second in the thrilling romance trilogy that began on Paradise Island...

Stranded in the Colorado wilderness with a very handsome, very paranoid stranger, Delaney Arlen must decide if they are doomed to be enemies-or destined to be lovers...

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ISBN-13:
9780451410030
Publisher:
Onyx
Publication date:
10/01/2001
Pages:
256
Product dimensions:
4.36(w) x 6.78(h) x 0.69(d)

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Dream Mountain 4 out of 5 based on 0 ratings. 1 reviews.
harstan More than 1 year ago
Uncle Sean dumped his niece on the top of the Colorado mountain before returning to Denver allegedly for a short emergency. Five days later Delaney Arden plans to kill her relative who she believes has not returned due to a snowstorm isolating her. When she sees a bear attack her garbage and come towards her, Laney fires her weapon only to realize she has hit a man dressed in a fur coat. She brings the wounded male into her cabin to take care of his wound.

Gareth Tremayne thinks Laney is one of his enemies who somehow have found him because her and the hitman¿s surname the same. However, her actions are contrary to what the Shandian Corporation would do if they caught ¿Bigfoot¿. Still he trusts no one including himself especially since he finds Laney so attractive. She is frustrated with him because she has never desired a man before like she does ¿Joe¿ as she calls him who obviously suspects her of something devious.

DREAM MOUNTAIN is an engaging romantic suspense that returns readers to the same locale and villainous corporation as the exciting PARADISE ISLAND. The story line is fast-paced, but allows character development of the isolated lead duet. Those sub-genre fans that have not already done so will want to read Gena Hale¿s first tale in this trilogy because PARADISE ISLAND is also a non-stop action contemporary thriller.

Harriet Klausner