Riley James has everything to live for, a business to grow, goals to achieve. After everything she’s overcome, there’s no way she’s going to let anyone get in the way of her hopes and dreams. Not even a handsome businessman who makes her a crazy offer she would be even crazier to refuse.
Jordan West has everything a man could want. And yet it all feels so meaningless. But when tragedy strikes and he’s entrusted with the care of a two-year-old toddler, life doesn’t seem so meaningless anymore. Jordan West suddenly has everything to live for. Problem is…how does he hold on to that feeling?
There’s more than one way to save a life…
Loved the book although I wish we had more of Jordan’s insight from the very beginning.
I devoured How To Save A Life within a matter of hours. It’s so heartfelt and not only is the storyline realistic and relatable, but so are the characters. Riley’s character appealed to me immediately with her smart, no nonsense and tough as nails personality and excellent work ethic. And her loyalty to her family and friends is extremely admirable. She and Jordan are an unlikely couple who met my chance, they’re complete opposites in every way however, you can definitely feel their spark and connection. Jordan is a beautiful and complicated man with a sincere heart and once his walls were broken, I knew he was going to do good things. Due to certain events, Jordan is now the care taker of his two year old goddaughter, Maisie. His love for baby Maisie and his interactions with her just made my ovaries explode. She certainly was such a pleasant and sweet addition to this story.
If you’re in the mood for a feel good down to earth romance with funny, witty and emotional moments, then this is definitely the book for you. And I would love it if Ms. Dangelico would write a book about Beau (Jordan’s brother) and Veronica (Riley’s saucy, sassy and amazing best friend).