Expected publication: October 7th 2014 by Harlequin
Paperback, 288 pages
Series: Conard County & Conard County: The Next GenerationGenre: Romance
Heat Rating: Steamy
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Mature Content Advisory, must be 18+ for sexual content and language
The last thing Brianna Cole expected was to see her ex-husband Luke Master's to be standing on the other side of the doorway. He came to set things straight and hopefully fix the way Brianna sees him. It doesn't sit well with Luke that the woman that he loved still believes that he could have cheated on her. When Luke ends up in an accident with a few broken bones and concussion, he was sure that someone had pushed him, but he cannot remember what happened nor did he see the person. Brianna takes it upon herself to take care of Luke while he recovers, since he cannot leave the hospital without having someone watch him - and she happens to be the only one who knows him in the area.
Snowed in, old feelings start to resurface, so do some of the problems that their marriage has had in the past. But Luke isn't the only one who want's Bri in his life as she has a creepy stalker, who won't let them have it any other way.
Eh, for some reason I thought this book was mostly going to be about the winter storm and being snowed in and all that romantic and creepy factor that comes with it. It didn't. That did not happen till almost about 80% of the book? and lasted for a few pages. I was a bit disappointed, but oh well. Most of the story consisted of Bri helping Luke and unable to fight the attraction that is obviously still there, and talking...lots of talking and mulling over their past and where did they go wrong and Bri suddenly having problem surface having to do with her past and her family making her faulty...
The stalker chapters were creepy and I probably could have done without them. It was a little odd it took Bri so long to realize the guy was that freakin weird, but Bri is a nice person who can't see past the niceness of his work.
Was still an easy read, cute enough for me to give it 2 1/2 stars.