A swoon-worthy romance from USA Today Bestselling Author J.H. Croix!
An ex-military pilot and a sassy yoga teacher collide in a small town.
Diego is distracting. He shows up in my yoga class with his smokin’ hot bod and enough brawn to set the world on fire. Cue the melting.
He oozes the rugged hero vibe, rides a motorcycle and flies planes in the wilds of Alaska. He’s all man and then some.
I came to this small town for a fresh start, and I don’t need to be rescued. Except maybe if Diego’s the one doing the rescuing, then I wouldn’t mind at all.
I’ve got it all under control until he kisses me. I’m not just melting, I’m aflame, and my heart’s in free fall. There’s only one man I want to catch me.
Diego & Gemma’s story is perfect for readers who love small town shenanigans, military heroes, sassy heroines, friends to lovers, slow burn, emotional romance with a dash of angst, plenty of steam and swoon, and a grumpy hero with a serious protective streak.
*A full-length, standalone romance.
A great story with entertaining and enjoyable characters with the chemistry and drama that will keep you reading. She comes to small town to start fresh he’s broody and is here flying planes.
Now that’s a man. Diego is a pilot who rides a motorcycle (in Alaska, not sure how practical that is year round, but it’s fiction) yet still goes to a few yoga classes. Gemma is the horse owning, yoga instructor, new in town. They have chemistry to spare.
Received from Bad Boy Update.
Gemma is a new resident in Diamond Creek, Alaska. She is living in a house and taking care of the horses. Gemma is from Portland and when she was in high school on the softball team she was sexually assaulted by her coach. Other girls had been also but nothing happened to the coach. That is how Gemma ended up in Alaska. One day Gemma is riding one of the horses named Charlie when she was buckled off. Gemma chased after Charlie but she couldn’t catch him. Then along came a very handsome man on a motorcycle who helped her catch Charlie. Diego is an ex Air Force pilot who now lived in Diamond Creek. He is a pilot for a tour company. Diego saw Gemma running after her horse and stopped to help. Diego couldn’t stop thinking about Gemma. Gemma teaches yoga in town and Diego has taken classes with her. Diego asks Gemma for a date. They end up having sex. Gemma feels like her past is her fault so she is a little reserved. Gemma starts to fall for Diego and Diego is falling for Gemma. Gemma and Diego love living in Alaska. Will Gemma be able to forget about her past and live in the now? Will Diego and Gemma find love and happiness in Diamond Creek?
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