She's at Mount Hood's remote Silcox Hut, covering the the seriously hardcore Ridge Rangers-- Oregon's elite high-altitude rescue team--during their four-day winter training. Sure, Meg beefed up her outdoor skills over the summer . . . but she's still hoping to cover the event with some hot chocolate by the cheery fireplace. Then, during a sudden blizzard, she swears she hears gunshots. No one stranded in the hut believes her . . . until self-absorbed Ridge Ranger Ben Rogers is found outside in a pool of frozen blood. Meg's now got to find this killer quickly . . . before cabin fever does them all in!
I received Slayed on the Slopes, the second book in the Meg Reed series, to review and I really have enjoyed this series.
- Meg was right back in action, working with Rangers on a new story for her magazine, and then just her luck, another murder happens and she is caught up in the middle.
- I feel like Meg is really working on becoming more adventurous for the magazine and I thought that showed a lot of gumption getting over her fear of heights and lack of athletic ability.
- Gam was so stinking cute. I loved her new-age, hippie personality. She also gave amazing advice and saw the world in an interesting way.
- Matt, oh Matt. I am rooting for Matt. He is such a sweetheart - and I want them to get together, maybe in the next book.
- The mystery in the second book was as well-done as the first book. There were multiple points in the book where I questioned different people and was surprised when we found out who the murder was.
- There was another round of craft beer in this book. I really enjoy that the author loves her delicious beer as much as I do.
- This one just seemed a little dramatic, crazy things keep happening to Meg and sometimes it just seemed like it was a little over the top.
book in the series, Scene of the Climb, features the rugged landscapes of the Columbia River Gorge and a young journalist who bills herself as an intrepid adventurer in order to land a gig writing for Northwest Extreme.
Her work has appeared in a variety of regional and international publications including: The Columbian, The Vancouver Voice, Seattle Backpacker, Portland Family Magazine, and Climbing Magazine.
Kate lives in the Pacific Northwest with her husband and son, where you can find her hitting the trail, at an artisan coffee shop, or at her favorite pub. Better yet—at all three.
Winter warmer package- signed copy of Slayed on the Slopes, Signed copy of Scene of the Climb, Ghirardelli Double Chocolate Hot Chocolate Mix, Oregon Chai Tea, 1 Pound of Coffee and Collectable Mt. Hood art coaster (US)
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