Can he convince her that what's between them is much more than just biology?
Stacey Lawrence is happily single even though the folks in Alisson, Montana seemed bent on getting her the last thing she wanted: a husband. And babies? The mere thought has her shuddering, and that is not because of the cold Montana winters. If she can now only stay away from the very sexy ex-FBI agent turned self-defense instructor, Jason Coleman until her dopamine and norepinephrine levels have settled, she'll be able to continue her happy single life as the computer whizz in town. But when Eleanor Johnson needs Stacey's help with the upcoming bachelor auction, avoiding Jason becomes a problem. Turns out, he's going to be one of the bachelors.
Since the moment his eyes met Stacey Lawrence's gorgeous blue ones in one of his self-defense classes, Jason knows she's trouble. He likes women but he's not interested in anything more permanent than a few dates. Avoiding her isn't initially a problem. Turns out, the lady is also trying to avoid him. But when he's roped in to take part in the ridiculous bachelor's auction, he ends up spending more time with the elusive Stacey until he forgets why he wanted to avoid her in the first place.
Too old to play games, Jason suggests they spend time together but Stacey seems convinced that they're attraction is just biology. Is she right or are his feelings for the redhead much more than a mere chemical reaction?
This matchmaker romance brings to mind the contemporary romances of RS Lively and Rosalind James and will have you chuckling along with Stacey and Jason's avoidance antics. Love and Marriage is booming in Alisson, Montana. Come along for the ride!
An OK Read
This is the first book I've read by Elsa Winckler and although predictable, was an overall fun, fast read. There was sizzle, steam, some drama, both main characters had their baggage to unload. No surprises, just an OK read.
I received a free copy of this book and am voluntarily leaving a review.