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Other Girls by Avery Brooks

⭐⭐⭐⭐ The title and the cover almost made us think that this is a paranormal story, but it turns out that this is amongst the best en...

Avalanche of Love by M.E. Tudor


First of all, we do not quite understand the pull of extreme sports wherein the person is willing and wanting to take avoidable risks. So choosing to hike a difficult terrain through bad weather warning is not something we can empathise with at all.

Robin Hawke has an outfitting business in Black Bear Mountain and leads hiking groups through trails of various levels of difficulties and also takes care of hunting and fishing groups. Back Land magazine is for all outdoor enthusiasts and also raises environmental concerns and issues. Marianne Jones formerly wrote for a business magazine but after and exposé on questionable actions of a major oil company, she is fired from her job because she refused to reveal her source. The quintessential city girl is now a part of Back Land and her editor feels that a hike through the mountains would help her understand her job and the magazine better. Robin finds Marianne infuriating but attractive. And the attraction is not one-sided.

The author raises a lot of points: impact of business on environment, the danger of more potent drugs, loopholes in law regarding drilling oil from public lands, the state of the indigenous Indian in USA. While both the MCs are averagely nice enough, the book reads like an uninvolved narrative and you never get immersed into it treading the path of attraction, emotion or danger with the characters.


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