Wednesday, 19 April 2017

Dusty Pages: Two Cabins, One Lake

Helly is a volatile blonde with a passion for fishing, a grudging tolerance for the fishermen she guides, and a part-time job putting her sexual fantasies in writing. She lives a quiet life in the Alaskan bush, alone on her little lake with only a spooky dog and her gun collection for company.

But then Gary, the most obnoxious man Helly’s ever met, roars into her life. The mysterious helicopter pilot moves into the cabin across the lake with a vengeance. And fire. And karaoke. He’s a despicably early riser with a penchant for public indecency, a talent for trespassing… and he’s handsome as the devil, with abs she’d like to lick.

Helly quickly realizes her little lake isn’t big enough for the two of them.


I have to say that I loved this book. I like watching the feud between the two main characters turn into something more. There were points where I was laughing out loud at what these two were doing to each other and then fanning myself when the relationship started to heat up. The sex scenes are intense and well written. They get the reader hot and bothered without descending to vulgarity.

If their relationship wasn't already in unsafe territory, add into the mix Helly's three tough brothers who like to scare off their sisters boyfriends and a bunch thugs looking for Gary, then you have a well crafted story, with engaging characters that keeps you reading. This book can be read all on its own, but there are a couple of sequels following the lives of some of the side character that I will definitely be looking into.

I give it



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