Cleo Hillcrest would rather cancel Christmas than endure another one of her father’s pretentious holiday parties, making small talk with his rich colleagues and her stepmother’s shallow friends. She’s leaving home to spend three peaceful and quiet days in Quincy, Montana, trading gifts and grandeur for room service and slippers.
But she should have expected her family to thwart her plans. The minute she finishes unpacking her suitcase at the quaint Eloise Inn, Austin Myles knocks on her room door.
As the head of her father’s security team, Austin’s been ordered to drag Cleo back to California. Only when she refuses to leave, he has no choice but to stay. After a Christmas in Quincy, everything between them is about to change.
Gonna be honest she should’ve been with Knox. I’m so tired of these men pretending to dislike us because they “have to.” 🙄🙄 love the characters so far though.
Can’t wait for the rest of this series!
Devney Perry can do no wrong, in my opinion. This was the perfect prequel to what I’m sure will be an incredible series. The chemistry, the tension, the location! Beam me to Quincy, Scotty! Austin was so swoon worthy, and I loved reading about him finally admitting his feelings. Cleo’s bubbly personality was a perfect contrast to Austin’s grumpiness. I’ve said it before, and I’ll say it again: I love how Devney Perry writes spice. Its steamy, romantic, and real. This book was no exception! I devoured this in one sitting and loved every word.
I can’t wait for the next book.
Loved the characters.