Wednesday, June 12, 2013

On Thin Ice (The Men of T-FLAC: The Wrights, Book 6) by Cherry Adair

 With Kiss and Tell, Cherry Adair wowed readers and set their pulses racing. The breathless, adventure-filled books that followed transformed Adair into one of romantic suspense’s brightest stars. No,w in her long-awaited hardcover debut, the award-winning author thrills us with a wild ride through the frozen north, where there are dangers greater than the bitter cold–and passions hot enough to melt ice.
Lily Munroe thought she had married an honest, dependable man, but she was painfully mistaken. It didn’t take long for her once-loving husband to become a secretive stranger–mixing with shady people and even shadier dealings. Although Lily nursed him through a sudden terminal illness, her marriage was over long before he passed away. During that difficult time, only her passion for the exhilarating Iditarod race across Alaska gave her something to look forward to–and she channeled her emotions into training dogs for the grueling event. Now single again, she’s more determined than ever to win the race, awaken her sense of self, and leave her past behind.

In the competition, the person to beat is two-time winner Derek Wright, a man Lily dubs Mr. Wrong. Extremely sexy and devilishly charming, Derek is the consummate playboy. Or is he? Although Lily can’t deny her intense attraction, she believes he is dangerous to her scarred heart. Little does she know that Derek is an elite antiterrorism agent–or how desperately she’ll need to depend on his skills to keep her alive once the race is under way.

My sister owns this book. You can find it on Amazon for $6.29

I reviewed it at 5 of 5 stars
Great book. I love the detail in this book. It's a great pace and keeps your attention all the way through. I love the dogs! Dingbat is precious! I love that Cherry Adair keeps with the idea of dog sledding and pulls it into the action and events throughout the book. Derrick is SO sexy and I love his personality and determination to get what or who he wants. I really loved the end but I won't be giving any spoilers in this review...
I will say that I love that Cherry made the effort to understand twins as Derrick in On Thin Ice and Kane in Out of Sight are twin brothers. They compliment each other but aren't exact copies of each other personality wise and as a twin myself I love it!

Brandi G.

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February 5th, 2013

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