A steamy, full-length, standalone romance with a guaranteed HEA from USA Today Bestselling author J.H. Croix! If you like smoking hot romance with alpha men and strong women, you’ll love this series!
Sawyer Hamilton is all kinds of sexy packaged in a mouth-watering body honed from years as a Navy SEAL. He lands in Diamond Creek on the heels of a brush with death while on a mission. Anything remotely resembling romance is dead last in his list of priorities. He might be swoon-worthy to the women fantasizing about him, but he’s got other things on his mind.
Violet Carter is very good at many things, including her job. She’s a world-class phlebotomist, if there is such a thing. In fact, she’s so good at it Sawyer can’t stop thinking about her after he meets her in her office. He forgets his worries so thoroughly, he can’t help but kiss her.
A kiss so hot it could melt glaciers leaves Violet and Sawyer reeling.
Sawyer is grappling with what comes next in his life, yet the weight he’s been carrying becomes light as a feather whenever Violet is around. There’s that and the fact he can’t keep his hands off of her.
Violet is independent and likes it that way. She spread her wings and flew to Alaska to follow her dreams of seeing the world after reality gave her a hard slap. She didn’t expect to question everything about her choices once she met Sawyer.
They each have their reasons not to get involved, yet the flames between them burn too hot and fast for them to resist.
*All novels in this series are full-length standalone novels with an HEA.
Crazy for you
Battling against themselves and each other causes many hitches in the romance. The couple eventually anticipate a happy ever after with each other.
It has promise
It has promise but needs to be rewritten. I love the detail about Alaska but there were parts that could, should have been left out.
There needs to be more character development between the main two characters.
It’s also rather short.
Crazy for You
There was just so much detail about everything, scenery, restaurants, people, houses, but very little development among the main characters. Just lost interest and just skipped through the book.