Elevation: Complete Trilogy
Part One: Black Run
Being pretty isn’t all it’s cracked up to be. I’m not stupid. Looks fade and so does the money they provide. That’s why I’m here in Elevation, Colorado. My friends and I are going to find rich men who are more worried about skiing than gold diggers. At least, that was the plan. Then all three of us get tangled up with the Chartrand brothers and things just sort of spin out of control. Now I’m head over heels for Remy Chartrand and I can’t seem to figure out where my “keeping the upper hand” intentions flew off to. Remy is not only hot enough to keep me warm on a cold winter night. There’s something about him that’s different and I just can’t put my finger on what it is.
Part Two: Drag Lift
My friends are here in Elevation to find a man. I’m just here for the ride. Portia has already hooked up with Remy and Belle has her sights set on Lucien. It’s a good thing that’s not really what I’m after because the other Chartrand brother doesn’t seem all that interested in a woman. I don’t mind. It’s nice to be able to hang out with Ben Chartrand just because he’s fun to be with. Of course, that’s before all of the drama, the snowstorm, that little thing about getting trapped at the top of the mountain, and then the wild ride down. Ben and I sure know how to have a good time. I just can’t stop thinking that the man has a few secrets that are better left alone.
Part Three: Freestyle
I came to Elevation because I need a rich husband, preferably one that is a bit country and backwards and won’t realize what my intentions are until it’s too late. By this time, I feel like the entire male population owes me one. No. More than one. I’m going to find a guy. Get a ring. Get him to change the will. Boom! After that the husband just really isn’t all that necessary to the equation. Except there’s something going on with Lucien Chartrand that doesn’t exactly fit the profile. First of all, I never intended to actually like him. As if that doesn’t complicate things enough, it doesn’t take long to realize that Lucien has bigger secrets than I do. And that’s really saying something.
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