Determined to prove herself, archaeologist Amber Baum moves to Sweetheart, Montana to focus on her career. She has no room for mistakes and no time for love, so when she meets the handsome forest ranger, she vows to stay clear. Easier said than done…
Garret Haute has dedicated his life and career to protecting the visitors to Montana’s vast wilderness and taking care of his family. He’s still haunted by a tragedy he was powerless to prevent, but after he meets Amber, suddenly he’s thinking about a lot more than doing his duty. When they become involved in a potentially dangerous project, sparks fly and Garret finds himself falling faster than he ever imagined.
Can two people forget their pasts to embrace each other and their future?
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Ms Munn has created an intriguing novel, not just about appreciating &
loving the wilderness, but about
becoming one with it and having
a never ending respect for it. This
is Garret’s and Amber’s story. It
will expose you to their devotion to
their wilderness in Montana and to
each other. After interesting dialogue and well developed lovable
characters, you too will find it
difficult to put down. Thanks,
Ms Munn, for creating such
-Jan Farrell Repath
Not good enough
It was okay
I received a complimentary copy of this book from NetGalley and I also purchased a copy.
There were some things about Amber that struck me as different. She was so eager to become independent as her parents directed her every decision prior to moving to Montana, that she didn't heed Garret's advice. She was told to let Hunter get to know her as his background is Selish (hopefully I didn't misspell that). She didn't; she jumped right in and Hunter closed down. It wasn't really explained what Hunter's problem was either. Well hopefully that will be resolved in his story.
This two came from totally different backgrounds and had to overcome a lot. I will be truthful and didn't understand the college scene and why she was so angry that Garret hadn't shared something with her. I mean come on. They are really just at the beginning of their relationship.