I really enjoyed the banter this book brought together and the chemistry that sparks between these two characters is wild. This was a fun, fast paced read that had you laughing at the attitude these two throw at each other. ~ Shelly, Guilty Pleasures
What happens in Aspen
is definitely not staying in Aspen. . .
A girls’ trip to Aspen was exactly what Shay needed to forget about her toxic ex-boyfriend. She’s got her girls, pristine slopes for skiing, and hot guys everywhere. Of course, her epic self-rediscovery goes completely to hell when a wild (and deliciously hot) skier knocks Shay on her ass . . . and war is declared.
Kolton doesn’t know what it is about Shay that makes him lose it. Not just his cool—although she does have an unholy gift for that—but his restraint. When anger gives way to explosive chemistry, they’re both shaken with the intensity of it. But somewhere between lust and hate, Kolton and Shay realize they could have something real . . . if they don’t kill each other first.
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Fire and ice, oil and water is what this book brings together.
Shay takes a trip with her friends to Aspen to forget her ex-boyfriend and what she finds in Aspen is the exact opposite of her ex. Kolton rubs her the wrong way from their first run in, literally. Shay’s no men rule just got blown when she is around Kolton, their banter of cold and hot runs her hotter and hotter every time they are together.
Kolton is a widower with a son and is enjoying a skiing trip with his friends, but a run in with the firecracker on the slopes does not improve his mood. Kolton is not sure what it is about Shay that draws him in, but can’t seem to keep away from her, even with the sparks that light between them.
I really enjoyed the banter this book brought together and the chemistry that sparks between these two characters is wild. This was a fun, fast paced read that had you laughing at the attitude these two throw at each other.