"Christie Ridgway captures the true magic of falling in love."--#1 New York Times bestselling author Robyn Carr
A brooding hero escapes to a mountain hideaway, but a cheery neighbor with her own secrets won’t let him stay alone for long in this steamy, full-length series starter.
“A sizzling combination of heat and heart.” #1 New York Times Bestselling Author Barbara Freethy
Poppy Walker dreams big. Right now she’s determined to turn her family’s dilapidated mountain cabins into a successful resort, no matter what anyone says, and no matter how long it’s taking. So, when a devastatingly handsome stranger arrives on site, wads of cash in hand and asking for a month of privacy, she’s tempted to take him as her first guest…and then she’s tempted to take him on as something so much more.
Ryan Hamilton just wants a place to hole up with his dark memories for a few weeks. But a sunny beauty with a spring in her step keeps luring him out of his cave and makes him smile, laugh, kiss. She’s irrepressible, their attraction’s combustible, and it turns out that an affair with Poppy Walker is just plain…irresistible.
When Ryan finds out that the bright-eyed optimist in his arms has hurts of her own, can he find a way to make them both happy?
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One Look (One & Only Book 1)
One Kiss (One & Only Book 2)
One Night (One & Only Book 3)
One Love (One & Only Book 4)
Praise for Christie Ridgway:
"Emotional and powerful...everything a romance reader could hope for." --Publishers Weekly (starred review)
"Ridgway's feel-good read, with its perfectly integrated, extremely hot, and well-crafted love scenes, is contemporary romance at its best." --Booklist (starred review)
“Sexy, sassy, funny, and cool, this effervescent sizzler nicely launches Ridgway’s new series.” --Library Journal
“Ridgway rocks romance!” --Bella Andre, New York Times and USA Today Bestseller
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This book starts out telling a story then seems to switch to another. I'm just looking for a simple romance with either humor or intrigue and I didn't find that in this story.
It was a good book from start to finish. I could have done without the addition of Linus's screen play writing interspersed within the story, but I really enjoyed the story overall.