“A sizzling combination of heat and heart.” Barbara Freethy, #1 New York Times Bestselling Author
He thinks he doesn’t need anyone...
She knows she needs a job...
They’re both about to find out what they really need is each other.
“Laugh, cry, sweat (from the steamy scenes) and feel good all over.” Amazon reviewer
Jane Pearson arrives at Crescent Cove to assist daring war reporter Griffin Lowell complete his memoir. His literary agent hired the bookish blonde and while Griffin would prefer to hide from his painful memories in drunken beach parties and busty bikini girls, prim and proper Jane is becoming more sultry and sexy—to his eyes—by the day. Maybe she’s the distraction he needs…
But Jane has a way of getting what she wants, and soon he’s sharing secrets and then they are trading sizzling kisses. And then…summer nights, a moonlit beach, the sound of waves crashing on the sand, all come together to heal what’s broken and maybe create something entirely new and almost impossible to believe can come true—a happy-ever-after.
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Almost Wonderful (Almost Book 1)
Almost Always (Almost Book 2)
Almost Everything (Almost Book 3)
Almost Paradise (Almost Book 4)
Praise for Christie Ridgway:
"Emotional and powerful...everything a romance reader could hope for." --Publishers Weekly (starred review)
"Ridgway's feel-good read, with its perfectly integrated, extremely hot, and well-crafted love scenes, is contemporary romance at its best." --Booklist (starred review)
“Sexy, sassy, funny, and cool, this effervescent sizzler nicely launches Ridgway’s new series.” --Library Journal
“Ridgway rocks romance!” --Bella Andre, New York Times and USA Today Bestseller
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Almost Always is a Winner.
I love this next installment of the Always books. The setting of Crescent Cove comes to live through the descriptive words of Christie Ridgway. Jane and Griffin are both carrying around some pretty hefty baggage. Griffin is escaping his memories with parties, alcohol, and avoiding his job. Jane is seeking redemption in her work as well as moving on in her personal life. The two characters are so strong. I love how the author weaved their stories together. No spoilers here but truly a must read.