Riley Wolfe is finally free from her past.
So why is she still running?
Coming to terms with her father's death and her own implication in his murder has sent Riley reeling, so she does what she does best. She runs. Not only from her home but from herself, ending up in a small town in Montana.
Matteo Rossi lives a modest life, doing construction, making silver jewelry, and renting out the cabin he inherited from his uncle. He's happy and has no wish for anything else, until a beautiful renter from the east comes hurtling into his life.
Passion erupts between Matt and Riley, but Matt soon discovers his lovely renter isn't who she claims to be. When she disappears, he's determined to find her, even if it means walking through fire.
Thank you for another great book I have read all of this series and also the steel brothers and the temptation series loved them all .now to find the rest of your books to read thank u again
This shattered my heart.....
Like into a million pieces. I have read this book twice already and even with the second round I found myself completely consumed with this story, with Riley and everything she has been there.
Riley, the supermodel, the beautiful young girl has lived a life of pain, her past trauma haunting her, and after her father's death, she needed to get away from all the pain she once lived through. She wanted to rid herself of her past and that meant running where no one could find her. Where no one knew her. But she didn't realise that when she was trying to run away from her life and her past that she would end up finding herself... For the first time in her life, she felt like she wanted to live and be alive and Matt would be the reason why.
Matt is a small-town man who rents out a cabin he knows. He's quite the ladies man and often finds himself meeting women who stay in his cabin and Riley is one of them, but there is something different about Riley... And he wants to know more about her,
Matt and Riley's love is something special. From the moment they met, the connection and chemistry are there and it only intensifies at the book progresses. But will Riley's past trauma be a roadblock for these two? Or will this love story fall to pieces? Is Matt willing to fight to be with Riley, is she worth it?
There is so much depth to this love story and Riley as a character. Her story broke my heart, over and over... This story is one that is kind of close to home which made me an emotional mess, I was impressed with how the author played this out and could feel everything Riley felt and I understood some of the things and why.
This book was emotional, deep, and all-consuming and had me hooked from page one.
Highly recommend this series, it continues to get better and better with each book.