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Fall for the small town where the sky is the limit when it comes to love in this Animal Magnetism novel from New York Times bestselling author Jill Shalvis.
Pilot-for-hire Zoe Stone is happy to call Sunshine, Idaho, her home base. But her quiet life is thrown for a loop when her brother’s friend Parker comes to stay with her for a week. The U.S. Fish and Wildlife special agent is a handsome flirt with a gift for getting under her skin. And the situation only escalates when Parker hires her to fly him around the area while he collects evidence on a suspected smuggler.
Now she has to live and work with the guy. But when they’re in the air, she sees another side of him. He’s driven, focused, and sharp. And while he enjoys giving commentary on her blind dates, she quickly realizes with a shock that it’s Parker who gets her engines going...
APPLE BOOKS REVIEW
A love-starved air pilot is taken offguard by her brother’s good friend, a kind but secretive wildlife ranger who comes to bunk in her house for a few weeks. All I Want—the latest book in Jill Shalvis’ popular Animal Magnetism series, set in the alluringly named Sunshine, Idaho—starts with a meet-cute but develops into a satisfying story about two mature adults who fall hard for each other. It’s a fun, flirty read thanks in large part to Shalvis' smart, witty, and decent protagonists, Zoe and Parker.
If someone had reminded Parker James that no dying man ever said, "I wish I had spent more time at work," the flimsy central conflict of Shalvis's otherwise excellent seventh Animal Magnetism contemporary romance (after Still the One) would have vanished within a few chapters. Idaho bush pilot Zoe Stone agrees to play host to her brother's friend Parker. Parker, a federal agent who investigates wildlife trafficking, claims to be on vacation, but his actual intent is to ferret out a dangerous big game smuggler involved with a right-wing militia. Zoe and Parker's incendiary attraction and their witty, sexy banter are delightful, as are the marvelous scenes involving Zoe's dog and a couple of kittens that Parker temporarily adopts. Readers will love Zoe's fierce independence until late in the book, when her behavior turns stubbornly reckless. That's really a minor complaint, though, compared to Parker's single-minded focus on his job when the love of a lifetime is blatantly staring him in the face.