From USA Today bestselling author KL Grayson…
Abigail Darwin needs one thing in life: consistency. Okay, make that two things: consistency and order. Tired of being shackled to her obsessive-compulsive mind, Abigail is determined to break free. Which is why she’s shaking things up.
Fresh out of nursing school, she takes a traveling nurse position. A new job in a new city every few months? That’s a sure-fire way to keep her from settling down and falling into old habits. First stop, Cunningham Falls, Montana.
The only problem? She didn’t plan on falling in love with the quaint little town, and she sure as heck didn’t plan on falling for its resident surgeon, Dr. Drake Merritt
Laid back, messy, and spontaneous, Drake is everything she’s not. But he is completely smitten by the new, quirky nurse working on the med-surg floor of the hospital.
Abby puts up a good fight, but Drake is determined to break through her carefully erected walls to find out what makes her tick. And sigh and moan and smile and laugh. Because he really loves her laugh.
But falling in love isn’t part of Abby’s plan. Will Drake have what it takes to convince her that the best things in life come from doing what scares us the most?
The Kristen Proby Crossover Collection features a new novel by Kristen Proby and six books by some of her favorite writers:
Kristen Proby – Soaring with Fallon
Sawyer Bennett – Wicked Force
KL Grayson – Crazy Imperfect Love
Laura Kaye – Worth Fighting For
Monica Murphy – Nothing Without You
Rachel Van Dyken – All Stars Fall
Samantha Young – Hold On
A great read!!
This book was so good!!
Drake is seriously the perfect hero. Sexy, caring, and isn’t afraid to find a solution to a problem, even if it means giving something up. I really enjoyed Abby’s character. She has a trait that isn’t talked about much in books, and it was kinda refreshing to find a heroine who isn’t “perfect”.
This was my first KL Grayson read, but definitely won’t be my last! It is definitely a must read!!
Sorry, but this is not at all an accurate portrayal of someone with anxiety. Abby worries about some things sometimes. That’s not anxiety and should not be labeled as such. Drake did not seem in the least like the character in Proby’s Charming Hannah. He deserved a better story.
So much fun, quick read! Passion, humor and romance, this book had it all. I absolutely loved how the characters had flaws. It made it real and relatable. Fantastic epilogue!