He's damaged goods. Sure chaos. Mr. Impossible. So why am I risking it all for one more kiss?
I never knew what hit me. Rex stormed into my little world with two adorable twin boys and no apologies. Bearish. Short-fused. Consuming. Huge. Torturously gorgeous. Leave-your-heart-in-pieces wrong. Did I mention HUGE? He's instant trouble the second he checks into our lodge and my overprotective grandpa hires him. Then I catch him staring with that knowing ache in his eyes. I forget what trouble even means. He also needs a nanny. Sold.
My signature cupcakes aren't the sweetest thing in this small town anymore. Not when his cold shoulder thaws. Not when our nights unravel me. Not when every taste of him overrules the thousand reasons we shouldn't. But tarnished hearts and prowling kisses have limits. The closer we get, the harder he pulls away. Rex won't reveal why he's really here. I can't admit how bad I wish it didn't matter. Of course, the chilling truth always strikes. Without mercy. There's heartbreak written in our stars. Then there's the crazy part of me that believes he's man enough to stand, to fight, to stay. Crazy, I said. Or is it?
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This was just ok...
The narrators were okay but the story kinda fizzed out for me. It started out strong but sorta fell short towards the end. He is a hunky single father raising twin boys who is on the run. He ends up staying at a cabin/resort which is owned by the female characters grandfather. She is young/virgin and wants him but he is cold and mean. In the beginning he starts out cold, mean, and tough....by the end of the book he is soft, sweet and unattractive to me. Maybe I have bad taste in men...lol. Anywho, I was disappointed. Maybe next time.