X-Treme Dating

X-Treme Dating

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by Cathy McDavid
     
 

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What happens when Survivor meets The Love Connection? Park Evenson is about to find out. She's agreed to be a contestant on X-treme Dating, a hot new reality TV dating show.

As a child, when asked to play Truth or Dare, Park always picked dare. Now that she's all grown up, nothing's changed. She leaps from second-story windows without a net, drives at

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What happens when Survivor meets The Love Connection? Park Evenson is about to find out. She's agreed to be a contestant on X-treme Dating, a hot new reality TV dating show.

As a child, when asked to play Truth or Dare, Park always picked dare. Now that she's all grown up, nothing's changed. She leaps from second-story windows without a net, drives at breakneck speed through heavy traffic, and rescues victims from burning buildings. All duties she performs on a regular basis as a firefighter for the City of Tucson. Name a challenge, and Park is up to it. Except one: she can't meet the right guy.

Grant Hastings came to Hollywood seven years ago after graduating college to pursue his dream of becoming the next Steven Spielberg. When the big break never came, he settled for being one of the best camera operators in the business. Most days, that's enough to keep him satisfied. Until he meets Park, a woman whose subtle, natural beauty is a refreshing change from the glamorous star wannabees he usually meets. Watching her through the camera viewfinder, he's reminded of why he wanted to be a filmmaker in the first place. Unfortunately, as luck would have it, he must stand idly by while another man does his level best to score with Park. Worse yet, he has to film every move they make during the weekend-long date.

Product Details

ISBN-13:
2940013797888
Publisher:
Cathy McDavid
Publication date:
12/30/2011
Sold by:
Barnes & Noble
Format:
NOOK Book
Sales rank:
274,450
File size:
854 KB

Meet the Author

Cathy McDavid had no idea when she opened that first Walter Farley book in third grade, it would be a defining moment in her life. After devouring every Black Stallion and Island Stallion book written at the time — the process took over a year — she decided she wanted her own horse. That dream was realized a few years later, and Cathy went on to own horses and ride most of her life. Bonanza and Big Valley reruns every day after school enforced her love of all things western as well as a fascination with “cowboy” history.
Always an avid reader, she first put fingers to keyboard in 1995 and penned her first novel. She enjoyed some success with smaller publishers, but it wasn’t until 2005 when she finally got to see her first mass market paperback on the shelves of Barnes and Noble bookstores. There was no going back after that. In 2006, she started writing contemporary westerns for Harlequin American couldn’t be happier. All those years of reading every horse book ever written andwatching old western TV shows finally paid off!
These days, she is “mostly” retired from the corporate business world and writes full time from her home in Scottsdale, Arizona near the breath-taking McDowell Mountains, where javalina traipse across her yard, hawks fly overhead and bobcats hide in her trees. Her twenty-two year old twins have “mostly” left the house to live on their own, but return often, if only to use her washer and dryer and empty out her refrigerator — a situation that does not make her two spoiled dogs and two spoiled-er cats happy. When time allows, she heads to her cabin in the mountains, always taking her laptop with her on the chance inspiration strikes.

For more information about upcoming releases or previously published books, please visit her at www.CathyMcDavid.com.

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X-Treme Dating 4 out of 5 based on 0 ratings. 1 reviews.
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
Enjoyed this take on reality TV. Thought the hostess of the show could have used some punishment but suppose that's how life works in Hollywood.