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No one rides like Chase Austin.

Bad boy. Player. Adrenaline junkie. Snowboarder Chase Austin has a reputation - and not just for being the world's best extreme athlete. He's as cold as the mountains he rides, loyal only to his crew...and panties drop wherever he goes.

Photographer Brooke Larson knows better than to let him get through her emotional Kevlar. So what if she used to have his poster on her bedroom wall? She's not a teenager with a crush anymore. Chase Austin is her key to the big time, and she's getting his photo no matter what. Too bad the only place Chase wants her is in his bed.

Men leave. Success is forever. Brooke knows the drill, and she's not letting anyone get in the way of her career - or into her heart. But whether it's on the slopes or between the sheets, riding with the best means risking it all.

Contains mature themes.

©2017 Harper Dallas (P)2018 Tantor

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Enjoyable listen.

I liked the book, but it was repetitive in places, which made it somewhat tedious. Also, Joe Arden only narrates for a few minutes.

There are narrators on my list of “must listen to” books, and Joe Arden is one of them. This book is almost entirely narrated by Maxine Mitchell, who I like as well, but it wasn’t their usual dual narration. Lately I have purchased audiobooks only because of the narrators to later find out that the ones I bought the book for only get to read the Prologue/Epilogue, and that’s it. I consider this practice deceiving unless it is disclosed along with the narrators info.

4 of 4 people found this review helpful