A child of Vegas, Brett Hennessey knows about luck--especially the bad kind. But when this poker superstar hops on his Harley to outrun Lady Misfortune and ends up at a pretty B&B run by an even prettier proprietor, he can't help thinking he's stumbled onto a winning streak. . .
Sure, Kirby Farrell's new B&B ski lodge opened to the warmest winter in Vermont memory, but fate brought her a bad boy on a hot bike and settled him into her best room. She's still broke, but the view across the breakfast table has definitely improved. . .
Only now Brett's past has finally caught up to him. He has two choices: run again--and lose the best hand fortune's dealt him yet. Or stay and risk everything for something he never thought would come his way. . .
In Kauffman's latest sensual scorcher, middle-aged Kirby Farrell worries that the mild winter may spell disaster for her Vermont ski lodge until she's distracted by Brett Hennessey, a sexy biker in black leather on the run from Las Vegas troubles. "The Tiger Woods of poker," Brett's tired of gambling, and he's tried to make a new life working with his buddy in a renovation company. While he recharges at the quaint bed and breakfast, Brett falls for Kirby, and she for him, but will they take the ultimate gamble on a committed relationship? Kauffman (A Great Kisser) plays out the various "will they or won't they?" scenarios with her typical finesse, delivering another fun romance.