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How steamy is it? Sizzling

Publisher's Summary

At 18 Emerson Rosberg was poised to become an Olympic skiing sensation. Growing up in the Adirondack ski town of Lake Henry with a world-renowned ski champion for a father gave her an edge over the competition...until the day she let her ego get the better of her and made a devastating mistake that would cost her any future in the sport. Deciding the only way to heal her shattered dreams was to run as far away from Lake Henry as possible, she settled in Los Angeles, leaving all memories of her previous life far behind.

When her mother dies suddenly, Emerson is forced back to Lake Henry to take care of things, including the sale of The Lakeshore Inn. Her plan to get in and get out of that miserable town as quickly as possible is brought to a screeching halt when Cassie Prescott, the bubbly, friendly owner of a local sporting goods store, gets in the way. Cassie's still cleaning up the debris from her last relationship, but she's instantly drawn to Emerson despite warnings from friends and family alike.

As the cold weather closes in, and Emerson and Cassie's relationship heats up, one question keeps popping up for Emerson: Can you really go home again?

©2015 Georgia Beers (P)2015 Audible, Inc.

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lg4az

This book is by far my favorite listen. Great story and the narrator was beyond perfect.
I recommend highly.

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Predictable

The whole story from moment one was predictable. It's was annoying. Cute if you don't mind it though.

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Georgia Beers is a Great Author !!!

If you could sum up Zero Visibility in three words, what would they be?

Two Women Heal

What was one of the most memorable moments of Zero Visibility?

When the clouds clear, as do their minds & they kiss and the View is Incredible.

Which scene was your favorite?

When the daughter decides Not to sell the Inn (on-the-spot) at the brokerage firm & the greedy potential buyer loses it !

If you could take any character from Zero Visibility out to dinner, who would it be and why?

The sweet lady who continues to run the Inn after the owner dies. Because I admire her loyalty.

Any additional comments?

Georgia Beers ROCKS !

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Couldn't stop reading

great story and narrated even better. looking forward to reading more of the author's books

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Audio was great

I liked the story and am glad I got the audio to go with it. The narrator was good and I enjoyed it.

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  • Kelli M
  • Columbus, Ohio United States
  • 08-19-15

Loved it!

I really enjoyed this book, the story was very well written and the narrator was fabulous. Give it a listen, you won't regret it!

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First time

This was my first audiobook. I've always been hesitant to try one. I was pleasantly surprised. I really enjoyed it. I'll definitely be listening to more. I always enjoy books by Georgia Beers. She's one of my favorite authors.

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Love love love

Love this book! Georgia does not disappoint!!! Super awesome! Definitely worth a read! Great plot and storyline.

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The Audio Version is just as good as the book!

I have to say without a doubt this Audiobook does not disappoint. I purchased this book some time ago and have since read it a few time since then. When I saw that an audio version was available I considered purchasing it but was reluctant simply due to the fact that they're not cheep. Now with that said, I was pleasantly surprised when I looked it up and found that because I had purchased it threw Kindle and since they offer Whisper sync for voice I was able to get the audiobook for a low price $1.99... Needles to say I jumped on it! And Boy am I glad I did! The narrator...Brittany Pressley did a wonder full job with bringing the characters to life. It's one thing to picture the main characters (Cassie and Emerson) as you read along, but to actualy bring voices to them just drew me in as if I never read the book in the first place. Whether you're a fan of Georgia Beers or have yet to read anything by this Author. I truly believe this one is worth a listen too... A diffident 5 stars across the board.

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  • Rob
  • Minneapolis, MN
  • 10-20-18

big smile!

Another great heartwarming story by George Beers. Again you easily fall in love with the store the main characters. And again the passion comes late in the story but when it comes it comes like a Title Wave :)

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  • Alice
  • 08-21-15

f/f romance which need a bit more.

Georgia Beers is very good at presenting characters and creating a scene in which events can play out. She did that here in this work. However, the story itself felt run of the mill. It's a nice of enough listen, but I would order it after a number of other f/f romances. The other thing I felt was the work needed for editing, There are number of repeated expressions and words, which after a while was distracting, e.g. "her brows furrowed" I did not feel as connected to the characters as others. I think it was because they were so close to other romance characters, they did not stand out. I think its worth a listen, and Brittany Pressley's performance is excellent.

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  • Frankimunk
  • 08-24-16

I'm already struggling for

But it's early stages, I might find the hook after further into the book.
will re-review it, don't be put off by my review of the first 8 chapters,
I'll be back!

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  • Rachel
  • 12-31-15

Excellent romance reading.

Surprisingly enjoyable with great narration. This is the first i have read by this author but i liked the easy story. Some issues to deal with with the characters so the story is not smooth sailing for true love but does not have drama filled story lines for no reason.
Its easy listening and leaves you impressed with the author. I will happily use credits for this author and narrator again.