Crash and burn pretty much describes Lindsey Gerber’s last six months at her law firm where she hoped to make partner. Now, every goal she’s made is suddenly out the window. She moves to Pine Valley, looking for a new start. On day one she meets pro hockey player Tyler Nelson, who’s recovering from an injury and in a physical therapy program that includes nature things like hiking the ski resort, which he hates, and makes no secret of. He also makes no secret of his interest in Lindsey. Their lives are two worlds apart though, and it will take one of them changing everything to make a relationship work.
Oooh. I might have a new favorite in this Pine Valley series! This one definitely ranks in the top two. I just loved both Lindsey and Tyler. Mostly Tyler. 😊 I thought the story felt very realistic, mature and flowed very well. The first meet between Lindsey and Tyler (I'm going to call him Nelson) was fun. Nelson is all man and his presence fills up all the space around him. He exudes strength and confidence. I really liked that. He is also a man who shows up. His concern and care are evident in the way he treats Lindsey.
I loved the natural progression of the relationship between Lindsey and Nelson. The kissing was yummy and my heart did a lot of twittering. This was the perfect read for me this week.
This book is on KU if you have that! Also, this book is part of a series but can stand alone.
Content: mild implied swearing, kissing
- I received a complimentary copy of this book. All opinions expressed are my own.