Wild, fun, and impulsive, Tansy Hampton has a different look and a new passion every week. Ash Lewis has poured every last ounce of his blood, sweat, and tears into reaching the very top of the professional snowboarding world—until the unthinkable happens.
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Unable to handle the idea of going back out on the snow to pursue the dream his parents shared with him, Ash feels that he has no choice but to walk away from snowboarding forever. Then he meets Tansy. From the very beginning, their chemistry is intense. She tells a tale of love, loss and misguided blame and the pain it causes everyone.
I laughed, I cried and I got angry at how unfair life can be. For an author to so completely immerse me in her world, [leaving me] hanging on every word and scene, is the sign of wonderful storytelling. Tracy Wolff has raised her own bar another notch higher.
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Emotionally gripping, sensual, and carefully crafted to reflect the change and acceptance needed when lives are changed forever, this book will take hold of your heart and remind you to live each day to the fullest. The writing was flawless, [as were] the plot, and the characters. I loved the family dynamic that this series has. This group really cared about each other.
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The snowboarder aspect is something different from the norm and this group of friends has really been a treat to read about. There was something about this couple that I really connected with though. From the beginning.
I soaked up their story like a sponge. Ash and Tansy are both amazing characters who are mainly focused on finding themselves but bring out the best in each other. New York Times and USA Today bestselling author Tracy Wolff wrote her first short story—something with a rainbow and a prince—in second grade, around the same time she forayed into the wonderful world of girls lit with her first Judy… More about Tracy Wolff.
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And man what a story it was! Now excuse me while I Google hot snowboarders. At what point did people decide that cats are funny?
A previous volume of collected strips was marketed to adults, but neither contain mature or adult material. The premise of the strip is that three cats, Elvis, Lupin, and Puck, are news reporters.
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Elvis, a Siamese with a brown face and yellow ruff, dressed in red suspenders and tie, is the tough, cynical reporter. Lupin, a fluffy white cat in a brown suit and red tie, is almost always on duty as anchor. Unless, of course, kibble, feathers, or other important things distract him. The art is in pastel shades, with lots of peaches, light browns, and pale blue and greens. The humans who live with the cats are white, the man has black hair, the woman reddish brown, and the baby is blond.
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