At her wit’s end with her twelve-year-old niece, Wren Snow takes the manager’s job at Blue Spruce Lodge so Sky can get to know her father, Trigg Johanssen—a tycoon snowboarder with a playboy reputation.
Gold-medalist Trigg Johanssen is furious she kept Sky a secret, but quits competition to focus on his newly discovered daughter only to have his chemistry with Wren complicate their attempts to co-parent.
When outside forces threaten the ski resort he’s rebuilding, a marriage of convenience seems like the answer. It would give his daughter the life she deserves, but is it too much for a heartbroken woman still nursing past hurts?
Wren has had sole custody of her niece since her sister's death and she's at her wit's end. Sky has been skipping school, talking back and complaining to Wren that she wants to meet her dad. Trigg is a gold medalist snowboarder and when he finds out that he has a 12 year old daughter, he quits competing to get to know her and help his brother rebuild the resort he invested in. When Trigg and Wren meet, there is an attraction between them that they both fight because they have to get along to co-parent Sky and a relationship would just complicate things.
I really liked that this book was told from 3 POVs ... Trigg, Wren and Sky. I loved that Trigg and Wren just didn't jump into bed when they felt the electricity between them ... they became friends first. Even though the book said that Trigg was a playboy, I didn't get that vibe from him ... he just seemed a little immature at the beginning of the book, but soon took on the responsibilities of parenting. This book had me laughing, crying and everything in between. A great read and I recommend it!
I received an ARC courtesy of Tule Publishing through NetGalley in exchange for a honest review.