Fantasy Mountain was a breath of fresh air for me. It was far, far from a run of the mill romance (by the way, I love run of the mill romance, and I loved Fantasy Mountain). The plot surprised me time and again, and the characters were painfully real and imperfect and sympathetic. Victoria and Britt, and even some of the supporting cast, will stay with me for a long time. I highly recommend Fantasy Mountain to lovers of romance and erotica who are looking for something fresh and believable that reads like an honest and often humorous glimpse into a relationship that finds a way through myriad challenges because it is simply meant to be.
Please enjoy these lines from Fantasy Mountain and pick up your copy for some hot weekend reading.
Traffic, smog, and rampant plastic surgery had nothing to do with her hate for the city, hometown to so many of her clients. She kept her reasons buried deep–all the easier to forget, that way. This strategy worked famously except on days like today, when business forced her to return here.–Kindle Locations 89-90.
“…let’s keep this light. I’m not looking for anything more. Really.” He let his eyes close. No worries. She was still good old Vic. Open for sex, closed for love. It would have been a hard knock to have her fall for that git.–Kindle Locations 440-442.
It was true work dragging her body up the stairs, but she still didn’t succumb to the weakness others called an elevator.–Kindle Locations 760-761.
“Tell you what I’ll do. I’ll get the water started and go in the other room. If you’re the type of boy who likes a bath, take off your clothes and climb in. When I come back, I’ll turn off the water. If you’re in, fantastic. If not, I’ll know you don’t like the bath and we’ll need to arrange something outside with the garden hose.”–Kindle Locations 1179-1181.