After my last cheating ex, I’ve sworn off men. Until Lewis comes along and steals my breath and my good sense.
I’ve never been one to lust after guys. My mother’s revolving door of relationships doused any propensity I might have had long ago. But Lewis is six and a half feet of rugged mountain man, and he’s…eye-catching. Sexy. Silently brooding in all the best ways.
The more time I spend with him, the more naughty thoughts I have of us together, and he’s not helping put a stop to it. It’s infuriating.
I’m fantasizing and lusting, and I can’t remember why I wanted to stay away.
It turns out, Lewis might be the one man I can't resist.
But he carries his own relationship baggage. Baggage that could break me in ways no ex-boyfriend ever did.
This hot, romantic comedy will have you intermittently fanning yourself and laughing at Lewis’s sexy approach at convincing Gen they’re right for each other. Grab Mountain Man now!
He tugs down his shorts—and goes completely naked.
He glances up. “You can stay in your panties. I’m getting clean… What? I trust you not to grope me.” He grins.
“Hot, funny, infuriating and omg where can I get one please…” ~ Reviewer
**Each book in the Men of Lake Tahoe Series is a standalone story that can be read in any order.**
Off Limits (Book 1) – Jaeger
Mountain Man (Book 2) – Lewis
Rebound Roommate (Book 3) – Tyler
Hookup Master (Novella, Book 4) – Zach
Cocky Prince (Book 5) – Adam
Customer ReviewsSee All
Liking this series!
I like the drama at Blue that backs up the love stories in this series. These stories are well-written and romantic, but their plot goes deeper than the basic romance novel.
I enjoyed this book.
Gen's summer in Tahoe was not what she expected. She finds love and herself. I loved Gen and Lewis was intriguing. This book was sweet and sexy. I enjoyed this book.
Much better than the first one!
I really enjoyed this second book in the series. A much more likable female lead than the first book! I read it immediately (same day) after the first book and since both books take place in the same timespan some of the repetitiveness was boring but I understood the need for it. Still really unhappy with the way the whole casino executive thing plays out...just doesn't fit with the way these characters have been written and really not realistic in today's environment. No organization risks the kind of major lawsuit this would become by being so cavalier in their HR department but it's a minor irritation and I'm on to book 3 now so obviously I recommend the series!!