Descent

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Bold Strokes Books, 2010 - Fiction - 184 pages
2 Reviews
Speed, competition, danger, and sex...Shannon Roberts has it all, just the way she wants it...on her terms.

Being on top is the only thing that matters to Shannon. If not in that position in a hotel room with the latest groupie on the mountain bike racing tour, it’s seeing her name in first place on the leader board. That is until she comes head to head with Caroline Davis, her main rival and the woman with whom she had a brief, yet sizzling sex-fest ten years earlier. Two world-class competitors pit their skills against one another in a struggle for the world championship of downhill mountain bike racing, all the while fighting an even tougher battle--the attraction they thought they had extinguished.

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User Review  - ironicqueery - LibraryThing

This quick read is a nice escape. Nothing too heavy goes on in the story, just two women who struggle to come to terms with their feelings for each other. I like that there is an emphasis on sports ... Read full review

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User Review  - Morgan - Goodreads

Lasted about two chapters before I had to tap out. That was more than enough. Pass! Read full review

About the author (2010)

Julie Cannon was born and raised in Phoenix, Arizona. After a five year stint in "snow up to my #$&", Julie returned to the Valley of the Sun, where she now lives with her partner and their two children. Julie's short stories: The Happiest Place on Earth was published in Erotic Interludes 4, Extreme Passions and Free Fall was included in Erotic Interludes 5, Road Games.

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