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Treacherous Slopes

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4.21 of 5 stars 4.21  ·  rating details  ·  28 ratings  ·  9 reviews
KILLER COMPETITION

A champion ski jumper, Nick Walsh wants one thing: to win the gold for his late brother. Nick has always blamed himself for his family's tragic loss—and so does everyone else. To complicate things, sweet and shy reporter Julie Frost insists on doing a story about him. But as Nick gets closer to achieving his dream, someone will do anything to stop him. S...more
Paperback, 224 pages
Published February 4th 2014 by Love Inspired (first published January 1st 2014)
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Rhonda

4 STARS

Treacherous Slopes is full of action, danger, grief, suspense and some romance. It starts off strong and keeps going until the end. I guessed part of the suspense and was surprised at others events that happened. It is also a clean read.

I like that Nick is a strong character. Someone is trying to kill him. He is favored to make the U.S. ski team again. His first jump goes wrong and he figured that who ever is after him as struck again. He does not want anyone to get hurt because someon...more
Sonya Heaney
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I’m not a reader of Christian fiction, but the cover caught my eye, placed as it was in a sea of covers of embracing couples! And then the blurb – themed just in time for the Winter Olympics – seemed appropriate! Additionally, I love suspense books.

The nicest surprise about this one was that it wasn’t all that ‘Christian’. The few other Christian romances I’ve read have broken off from the story to randomly quote scripture or to push ‘morals’ on the readers, but I thought...more
Mary Brown
Treacherous Slopes by Terri Reed was a very good book. There was action, suspense, mystery, friendship, grief and romance. The mystery of who is trying to kill a champion ski jumper was carried on throughout the entire book and I didn't know who it was until it was revealed at the end. The characters were well developed and realistic having both positive and negative traits. The action and suspense were non-stop and well written. The writing style flowed easily and it was a quick, easy read. I w...more
Jessie
Nick Walsh is a champion aerial skier, who has a good chance of earning the gold in the upcoming Olympics. Julie Frost is hoping to get a permanent spot as a news reporter after she gets an interview with Nick. Nick doesn't like reporters, but his manager has agreed to the interview, and Nick and Julie grew up together; so Nick wants to trust her, but then again, she is a reporter...
Nick has an accident during his competition that he's pretty sure wan't an accident at all. As the attempts on his...more
Fran
While there's nothing wrong with this romance, there's also nothing unique about it either. It's your standard "old friends become lovers after reuniting in their small home town" plot. However, the plot is well written and the characters likeable as far as stereotypes go. Dialogue is paced just like real speech which is something most authors in this genre never quite manage and that make the book an enjoyable read. The mystery/suspense element starts out as a believeable situation but then dra...more
John Hanscom
Maybe a little less, s the ending was a little pat, but a good, solid novel. She did, however, have a chance to make the female protagonist the "rescuer, which I was REALLY hoping for (I've read a lot of these books, and it never happens, though sometimes there is a joint effort), and did not do so.
Anna Ovd
I love reading love inspired mysteries. I will update this review whenever I get to read this book!
Ruth
as always, another wonderful, inspiring, suspenseful book by Terri......Love the winter sports of the Olympics, so this fell right in line.
Cindy
*received for free through Goodreads First Reads

Easy, simple read. Plenty of action and intrigue, could have been a little stronger in the romance.
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At an early age Terri Reed discovered the wonderful world of fiction and declared she would one day write a book. Now she is fulfilling that dream and enjoys writing for Harlequin's Love Inspired lines. She is an active member of both Romance Writers of America and American Christian Fiction Writers. She resides in the Pacific Northwest with her college-sweetheart husband, two wonderful children,...more
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