Note: Originally published as Baby, It's Cold Outside
A grumpy lumberjack
Former Army Ranger Harrison Wilkes isn’t actually a lumberjack, but he's doing his best impression while hiding out in the mountains of East Tennessee. He needs to rest, recharge, and stay the hell away from people, while he wrestles with ghosts from his past and figures out his future. Neither includes a snowbound rescue of his favorite author.
A runaway writer
Ivy Blake is on a deadline. Her hero is MIA, and she's desperate to find some peace, quiet, and inspiration to get her book—and her life—back on track. She doesn’t plan on driving off a mountain. Or the mysterious stranger who shows up to save her.
Who’s rescuing who?
When Winter Stormageddon traps them together, Ivy finds the inspiration she didn’t know she needed in her real-life hero. As more than the fireplace heats up his one-man cabin, they both find far more than they bargained for. This intuitive author just might have the answers Harrison's looking for, but will their newfound connection survive past the storm?
My Jaw… Dropped
Honestly I wasn’t sure at first if I would be into the book or not but after the first hour I couldn’t stop listening and binged the rest of the book. I popped my headphones in, made me some popcorn, and was just listening. The book had a lot of adult scenes which made my “jaw drop”, as well as some heart warming scenes, and just life. Short sweet, and if you like some good smut books, this might be one you should give a read. Can’t wait to read the next one to see how the characters develop.
Perfect so far
Usually, I don't like audiobooks; I prefer reading them myself because the narrator can easily throw me off. How this book kept me interested enough to pay attention, with the narrator's cringe-worthy reading for the heroine, is beyond me. Aside from the narrator, the story was beautiful, captivating, and intriguing. Though it was a bit short regarding character development, I would have liked to see more in-debt character development. It felt like it happened too fast. This may also be because I am used to reading books that are 700 plus pages in a sitting.