Aspen Ice Queen: Clean Contemporary Romance

October 12, 2019 - Comment

Tristan Carter was a self-made man. He liked the mountains and had moved from Denver to Aspen, Colorado to make his home there. He worked for the Lodge. Summers he worked as a guide, leading hikes up into the high country. Winters, he worked on the slopes, repairing equipment and doing general maintenance at the

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Tristan Carter was a self-made man. He liked the mountains and had moved from Denver to Aspen, Colorado to make his home there. He worked for the Lodge. Summers he worked as a guide, leading hikes up into the high country. Winters, he worked on the slopes, repairing equipment and doing general maintenance at the Lodge when he wasn’t on the slopes himself. He could rub elbows with celebrities or regular folks, it made no difference to him. What mattered was the mountain and his way of life.

Carmen Reiner was a wanderer not by choice. Home had only caused pain for her. She loved the out-of-doors, however, was well-adapted to any sport, but especially skiing, which she excelled at. She had taken an ad out in the paper for a job at the Lodge, serving tables. That way she could satisfy her love of the sport, while earning a living. She and the caretaker did not hit it off and were constantly at each other’s throats. Could she make peace with the man? Could she finally find a home in the Great Rocky Mountains?

This is a standalone romance short story ending HEA!

Comments

Anonymous says:

Good book Good story could have been a bit longer but enjoyed reading it and it ended on a nice note good beats evil

Anonymous says:

It was free short and sweet predictable story 😀

Anonymous says:

Sweet book A sweet book about a girl who has run from an abusive relationship and finds love in a ski resort .

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