When an avalanche crushes her world, Olympic hopeful Starr Taylor loses her job, her boyfriend, and worst of all, her confidence. She's working on getting her life back together and moving forward, and it certainly won’t be with Spencer Kensington, the far-too-attractive playboy lawyer she’s forced to play nice with at their friends’ wedding. Unfortunately, Spencer's trip to Reno gets extended unexpectedly, and Starr suddenly finds herself way too close for comfort with the man she's quickly realizing is more than he appears.
Spencer is a tough, no-nonsense New York businessman with a no-commitment rule in the bedroom. But a few days of living with Starr, feeding goats and helping her save troubled teens, has him feeling something he can't identify. In fact, the more Spencer gets to know the surprisingly vulnerable and tempting woman, the duller his superficial life in the city starts to seem. But everything he's worked for is waiting for him, and as Spencer’s flight back home grows closer, he's left wondering if the life he has is really the life he wants.
Each book in the Biggest Little Love series is STANDALONE:
* No Cowboy Required
* No Heartbreaker Required
Heart-felt not broken
I received a complimentary copy of this book from NetGalley and Entangled Bliss and I am voluntarily reviewing it.
This was a thoroughly enjoyable read. I really fell for Spencer and Starr. I absolutely fell for JJ (the young boy with autism). The plot was so real and heart-felt. I can't imagine what Starr went through and the after effect that she suffered through. Spencer, the typical alpha male, had women falling all over men but ultimately he fell hard for Starr. These two had some very funny spots in their journey to their HEA and some that were difficult because of miscommunication but ultimately the journey was completed very nicely.
I didn't feel at any time that the story felt forced or slow. The plot was well done and had a great sense of timing. I really appreciated the dual POV format. Seeing the characters' thought process (especially Starr's) was very well written and just wonderfully human.
The author eluded to bedroom scenes but was left to the reader's imagination. I would recommend this book to anyone.