**This is a prelude to Baby, It’s Cold Outside (Rescue My Heart #1). It ends on a cliffhanger and should not be read by itself. **
A runaway author
Ivy Blake is on a deadline. Actually, she’s past the deadline and desperate to find some peace, quiet, and inspiration to get her book back on track. She doesn’t plan on a Tennessee blizzard or the bear that causes her to crash.
A grumpy lumberjack
Harrison Wilkes isn’t actually a lumberjack, but he’s doing his best impression during this week away from real life. He needs to rest, recharge, and stay the hell away from people, while he makes some major life decisions. He doesn’t plan to be executing a snowbound rescue.
Is it getting hot in here?
When Winter Stormageddon traps Ivy and Harrison together, suddenly his one-man cabin feels more cramped than cozy. As more than the fireplace heats things up, Harrison’s starting to think the interruption to his solitude might be worth it. Will the grumpy lumberjack prove to be inspiration or distraction?
Another sample of what I’m sure would be a very interesting story! This is just the beginning of the actual story, but definitely compelling
I demand more Ivy and Harrison!
I demand more Ivy and Harrison! NOW! I’m nowhere near being done with their story. I love this author’s quirky, zany sense of humor. She always has me in stitches over at least one scene in every book. A pair of loners run away from their responsibilities, seeking peace. It’s either the set up to a great joke or one heck of a story. What if it’s a little bit of both?