With a kidney transplant behind her, Avery Adams is determined to channel her inner adventurer and explore everything life has to offer. Only problem is, the closest she's ever come to a real-life adventure was sixth-grade science camp. So to seize the summer in her rustic Sierra Nevada town, she takes a job as a guide at the local adventure lodge. But Avery doesn't realize her biggest challenge will register at six-plus feet of rugged good looks and alpha-male charm. As a member of the Sequoia Elite Mountain Rescue team, Tyson Donovan has made a life out of cheating death and rescuing weekend warriors from the treacherous terrain. "The world is my home" is more than just a motto; it's what scares off women who would otherwise try to tie him down. When his dad's health lands the family's adventure lodge in serious danger of going up in flames, he moves home-and quickly remembers why he left. Until he meets Avery, the irresistible new guide who makes him want to stay. Tyson gives the inexperienced Avery a lesson in romance that her books could never teach her. And with her undeniable spirit for life, Avery shows Tyson the healing power of love. But with one misstep, everything comes crashing down, and they'll both have to take the biggest leap of all-into the kind of adventure that lasts a lifetime.
by Marina Adair
by Ilona Andrews
"Narrator Renee Raudman hits another one out of the park in this small-town romance with a big heart. Avery has a new lease on life, thanks to a kidney transplant, and is eager to experience all that life has to offer. Quitting her bank job and taking a job at an adventure lodge is the first step. Tyson, a mountain rescue worker with a chip on his shoulder, is not happy to find himself dragged back into his family's adventure-lodge business when his father's health declines, but meeting Avery takes some of the sting out of it. Raudman believably portrays cynical Tyson and idealistic Avery, along with a terrific cast of secondary characters, in this engaging audiobook. L.C.L. © AudioFile 2016, Portland, Maine"
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