“Love and doubt have never been on speaking terms.” – Kahlil Gibran
Jake Landon and Kurt Carlson have been navigating the slippery slope of a relationship that Jake isn’t altogether sure how to maneuver through. Oh, there’s no question he loves Kurt, and Jake can say with almost utter certainty that Kurt loves him too, but where there’s room for even the smallest inkling of a doubt to fester beneath the fragile skin of something new and still growing, that doubt can become a lesion which could very well sound the death-knell of their romance.
Jake finds himself being hounded by the media and under some very influential scrutiny after rescuing a boy from a ski lift, while Kurt lands himself in an attention-mire of an entirely different sort. Jake finds himself the reluctant hero, while Kurt finds himself the unsuspecting rentboy, a predicament he will not abide by on any terms, not even those spelled out in the contract he signed but didn’t read. Though when the alternatives come down to either playing along or instigating the worst possible scenario imaginable, Kurt is forced to choose between the lesser of two evils until he can figure a way out from under the thumb of a glorified ski-pimp.
All the action, suspense, danger, and steamy sex that lit up the forest in Fire on the Mountain is back for another round in the sequel, Snow on the Mountain. Jake and Kurt have settled at the Wapiti Creek Resort for what should’ve been a quiet and routine season of ski lessons, tourist entertainment, and steady paychecks, but it soon becomes clear that those best laid plans will be doomed by the whims of jealousy and greed, by competition and contempt, and might be tangled a little futher by a fellow employee who develops a serious crush on Jake.
Snow on the Mountain is a story of love and doubt and faith, the faith that you’ve trusted your heart to the right person even though you can’t seem to find the right time or the right words to tell him so, and even though all the evidence points toward betrayal. This is a story of endurance and in the bonus short story Mistletoe on the Mountain, of finally finding the courage to lay a very public claim on the person you can see as your future.
P.D. Singer takes the reader to the summit of the mountain and with a single push, propels you full-tilt right to the very end.
P.D. Singer is here today to offer one lucky reader the chance to win PRINT copies of both Fire on the Mountain and Snow on the Mountain, books one and two in “The Mountains” series! All you have to do is leave a comment on this post, and you’ll automatically be entered to win. Be sure to leave your email address in your comment, as well, so we know how to contact you. Good Luck!
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