Desire At Dawn And Desire On Ice by Christy Poff by Christy Poff - Read Online



When Beca helps her talent scout father find a possible addition to their hockey team, she not only finds everything they want in a player, but also in a man—in more ways than she'd ever imagined. Can she and Nik find desire on ice, or will it be iced? Chuck Lang had everything he wanted in life, until he met Glenn at the highest point in Maine. She completely turns his world upside down. When she gets snowed in with him, the fire between them is enough to melt the wintery accumulation. Will they enjoy desire at dawn with a brilliant sunrise? Or will they both walk away once the snow melts?
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ISBN: 9781603139533
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Chapter 1

Cadillac Mountain is listed by the National Park Service as the highest point along the North Atlantic Seaboard of North America. Located in Acadia National Park in Maine, it boasts a spectacular view at sunrise plus being the first to see it.

Chuck Lang had grown up in the Midwest on a cattle ranch in Nebraska but once he traveled east and experienced the beauty of Maine, he found his way back. As soon as he could, he bought property in the park from a man who wanted to keep it as nature had intended. Unable to find fault with this, Chuck honored the man’s wishes and the small tract of land remained part of the rustic beauty of the park.

The house had two bedrooms—one he used as a guestroom but more for storage—and a huge open area that included the kitchen, dining area and living room. The main luxury he insisted on had been the bathroom because he enjoyed taking hot showers to ease the aches from keeping the place up plus the odd jobs he picked up here and there to make extra cash—not that he really needed it. His brother had invested his inheritance from his grandparents and despite the economy, he lucked out and had a good nest egg to fall back on. He’d found heaven—plain and