A great new job, a gorgeous new place to live, and the most frustrating landlord in the world. I guess I can't have everything I want.
The Cowboy Chef has a reputation as a heartbreaker, but that doesn't stop my heart from going pitter patter whenever he's around. It's not because I'm over forty and single. There are other reasons.
But I'm not going to risk opening my heart to a man with his reputation. Any man for that matter.
Then I end up living across the driveway from him, and he calls a truce. Being nice to each other only makes the heart-thumping worse.
He oozes charm like the sun gives off heat. But it's clear he's not interested.
When we're stranded in a freak snowstorm, I snap and unleash a heap of brutal honesty.
His response catches me completely off guard. What do I do now?
Two neighbors and a snowstorm
What happens when you get in a snowstorm with your neighbor?
You tell him how you really feel.
This book was full of emotions and sass.
First book I've read by this author and I hope it won't be the last.
A very entertaining story that was enjoyable to read. The scenes were well written and captivating in their play out. The characters were fascinating especially his character who was so intriguing. I enjoyed reading this book.
I requested a copy of this book and am voluntarily leaving a review.
Cooking up Love
The Cowboy Chef cooked up some tasty romance! This book was so much fun, which doesn't surprise me since it's a Remi Carrington. Between a longhorn bull, a Houdini cat, Pescatarian straight-laced heroine, and flirtatious meat-loving hero, things are bound to heat up.