From USA Today bestselling author Rebecca Yarros comes a small town, single parent romance.
Nine years ago, Weston Madigan saved me. I came to Colorado penniless, heartbroken, and pregnant, searching for a fresh start. Weston gave me a job at his family’s resort, then left the next day and never returned, not even to visit.
Then I stumble in on Weston cooking breakfast shirtless—gloriously, inappropriately shirtless—in the shared kitchen of my duplex in employee housing. Given the shock on both our faces, he wasn’t expecting a roommate either, let alone two.
The growly pilot is only home to start his family’s new heli-skiing operation. I can handle being his temporary roommate, right? Chemistry and attraction aren’t impossible to ignore when you agree on ground rules. Besides, even with those gorgeous, brooding brown eyes, the guy is a walking thundercloud…until my daughter, Sutton, makes him laugh and he smiles at me. Then everything changes. Cue inconvenient heart flip.
This is only temporary.
I can’t fall for Weston.
I. Will. Not. Fall. For. Weston.
But rules go out the window when you’re a little too close.
I think the thing I love the most about books by Rebecca Yarros is even when I think I know what to expect, it's never quite how it turns out going in the actual book.
This one is no different. Weston and Callie have a sort of a history. It's not romantic, but he was there for her in a way that he didn't even know he was doing at the time. So there's a sort of connection between them when they meet again years later.
To discover that they are sharing a house. Weston, Callie, and her daughter. They decide they can manage it, that they can keep their distance from one another and that they can follow the rules for living together as nothing but roommates and maybe friends.
Except for the chemistry between them, this would be a great plan.
The way they get to their happily ever after, the way they work it so they can each be happy with the arrangement, and with him being happy to be staying in the town (and at the resort) is where the part I wasn't expecting comes in. Without spoiling, I can say that I really expected this to be a story that evolved in a certain way...and then it, well, it didn't and I actually liked it better for the way it evolved. But, I can't get into it or it ruins it for you.
This is part of an interconnected story and while I recommend reading the first one, you don't have to (but it's by Sarina Bowen so you know you want to) in order to fully be involved in this story.
I enjoyed and recommend this title.
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About the Author:
Rebecca Yarros is the USA Today bestselling author of over fifteen novels, including The Things We Leave Unfinished and The Last Letter. “A gifted storyteller” (Kirkus), she is also the recipient of the Colorado Romance Writer’s Award of Excellence for Eyes Turned Skyward from her Flight and Glory series.
Rebecca loves military heroes and has been blissfully married to hers for over twenty years. She’s the mother of six children, and is currently surviving the teenage years with three of her four hockey-playing sons.
When she’s not writing, you can find her at the hockey rink or sneaking in some guitar time while guzzling coffee. She and her family live in Colorado with their stubborn English bulldogs, two feisty chinchillas, and a Maine Coon kitten named Artemis, who rules them all.
Having fostered then adopted their youngest daughter who is nonverbal and on the autism spectrum, Rebecca is passionate about helping children in the foster system through her nonprofit, One October, which she co-founded with her husband in 2019. To learn more about their mission to better the lives of kids in foster care, visit www.oneoctober.org.
To catch up on Rebecca’s latest releases and upcoming novels visit www.RebeccaYarros.com.
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