Ski patrol Mark McAvoy dug Ulf’s body out of the avalanche; the dead man haunts his dreams. Mark needs someone to wake him from the nightmares as much as he wants someone to share his days. He gave up the fleeting encounters with vacationing skiers who don’t remember his name later, but he’s aghast at the well-meaning friends who are trying to round up potential boyfriends.
Chef Allan Tengerdie cooks dinner for seventy skiers every day, delivers it to their condos, and eats his own meals alone. A chance invitation to a pot-luck at Mark’s home is his perfect opportunity to captivate a hungry, lonely man. Mark’s ready to be there for him, even after he gets hurt on the slopes, until another man’s shadow falls across them.
That man is dead, and now the grand jury wants Mark to explain his role in the avalanche that killed him.
In What Order Should You Read the Mountain Books?
“If you’re just coming to the Mountains, Fall Down is a perfectly good place to start.” – P. D.
- Summer: Fire on the Mountain – Jake and Kurt meet (review)
- Early winter: Snow on the Mountain – Jake and Kurt’s story continues, they meet Mark (review)
- Christmas: Mistletoe on the Mountain – Jake and Kurt, Mark in the background (review)
- Midwinter: Fall Down the Mountain – Mark’s story, Kurt and Jake weave in and out
- Following summer: 8 Seconds on the Mountain – Jake and Kurt
About P. D.
Honest, I’m not the interesting bit – the stories are. If you need a bit of bio – here’s what I put up on my publisher’s website:
P.D. Singer’s consolation for a blown identity as an international spy is to proofread top-secret documents, conduct clandestine experiments in ethanol chemistry, and write m/m stories. Based now in Colorado, she camps, hikes, and skis at every opportunity, giving her a new way to come in from the cold. She has been known to wrestle skunks for the last marshmallow and win. She regrets taking up raising Poison Dart Frogs because the tanks are so dangerous to clean, but regrets nothing about her propensity to tell tall tales.
Of course, I put that up before I found out that poison dart frogs are only poisonous if they’ve been eating fire ants, because they recycle the poison.
That I would have to post the disclaimer after finding out I made an error, which I try not to do, basically tells you everything you need to know about me.
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