Cabin Fever by Shelli Stevens
Cobblestone Press
Contemporary Romance
ISBN: 978-1-60088-164-0
Reviewed by Tanya



Nikki is a born and bred city girl.  She has never ventured very far from San Francisco and curses her roommate the whole time she is driving to some remote cabin in the middle of nowhere, so that said roommate can celebrate with a boyfriend.  Then she is accosted as soon as she enters the door of the cabin, by a gorgeous but uptight man.  Of course the cabin is his and his brother, the roommate's boyfriend, didn't clear her using it this weekend.  Now her luck is continuing as she is stranded during a snowstorm in the cabin.  She is attracted to Chase but he seems to want to keep his distance.

When Chase figures out that Nikki isn't his brother's latest fling he has to control himself to not pounce.  He is thoroughly intrigued by this Goth wearing free spirit that has invaded his weekend sanctuary.  Can he convince her that he wants more than just a weekend fling?

Nikki and Chase make an interesting contrast to each other in Cabin Fever.  I love how the author is able to show how these opposites attract and get under each other's skin.  I also enjoyed how both characters jumped to the wrong conclusion without asking questions, almost costing them their love.  Cabin Fever was a story that made me run through a number of emotions, always a plus in my book.  If you like a straight laced person being tamed by a free thinking artist you will thoroughly enjoy Cabin Fever.


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