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What to read after...

I’m already getting comments from people who have enjoyed HIGH RISK. :D And those who haven’t tried my other works yet are asking: What to read next.

Well. None of my other books are exactly like HIGH RISK, but there are some things to consider. Quick suggestions:




If you liked the team spirit/band of brothers in HIGH RISK- check out the Six Pack Ranch. These books are about actual brothers and cousins, and while the setting is in the country, it’s still Canadian and gorgeous.







If you enjoyed the great outdoors, try Falling, Freestyle & Rising, Freestyle. (In print together in FREESTYLE)
These are shorter category length works the first with skiing, the second with rock climbing.







Two red-hot stories w happily ever afters–just note that Turn It Up comes first in chronological order, even though it was published after Turn It On.









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Nancy G
Nancy G
8 years ago

Every book here is worth a read and reread (over and over and……) And I am slowly getting back to them. They are all old friends now, and I enjoy reconnecting with them.

Musing Bookworm
7 years ago

Read all of the above. Then when you have done that, read all of Viv’s back list. I have read them all (some more then once) and I have yet to find a Viv Arend book that I don’t like!

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