Falke’s Peak

Title: Falke’s Peak

Publisher: Carina Press

Pub Date: 12th Dec 2010

ISBN: 9781426890987

Author: Keaton, Anna Leigh; Layle, Madison

Falke’s Peak is one hell of a sizzling hot book that will make you feel hot even during the coldest winter. This book is very well written and very imaginative. The storyline was fantastic though it’s not exactly something you can actually relate with the real world. This book will provide you a form of escapism from the mundane and boring life.

The characters are believable, and the erotic scenes were tastefully and passionately done though I have trouble grasping who is who at some point of the story. But then again… it’s the sizzling scenes that I was looking for, and I got what I want out of this book.

I rate this book 3 out of 5 stars.

Book description:

She couldn’t believe her eyes.

Stressed out ad-exec Dakota wandered into Catamount Outfitters in search of a guide for a wilderness excursion. She didn’t expect to be greeted by not one, but five of the most ruggedly delicious-looking men she’d ever seen. Not to mention a live cougar guarding the shop.


The Falke brothers have more than just good looks in their genes.

Eldest brother Axel agrees to guide Dakota on her mountain trek. In cougar form, Axel’s twin, Gunnar, was there as a protection from predators-but he had his eye on the sexy client instead.


Into the wild…

While the rule with clients was “paws-off,” both Axel and Gunnar couldn’t resist Dakota’s seductive Native American beauty and determination. As cold days led to hot nights in the cabin, Axel and Gunnar wondered if they’d finally found a woman strong enough to tame them…

I rate this book 3 out of 5 stars.


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