Alexis Moore is between a rock and a hard place. Literally.
After her car wraps itself around a tree (blame Dora, the GPS), Alexis is looking for shelter in the woods. While running from plenty of sinister things, she runs smack into the most dangerous thing in these woods—a wild man, no less.
Okay, so he isn’t exactly wild. He lives in the woods; is built like an oak; has long, luxurious hair; a killer beard and too many abs to count. The only thing standing between Alexis’ lust and his modesty is a tiny towel wrapped around his sinful body.
Somebody needs to save this guy.
Not a chance in hell.
Noah Harris doesn’t need too much persuasion to offer his beguiling guest a bed—his bed, for the night; although, there isn’t much sleeping involved.
In the light of the day, things get even more convoluted. But nothing is going to stop Noah from claiming this gorgeous wood nymph for himself . . . and his best friends, Mason and Logan. Alexis is in for one of hell of a debauched ride, to say the least.
But Alexis is weary of love and commitment. A lifetime of neglect and distrust is a hard habit to break. Will she learn to trust Noah and take a leap of faith into the future, or will she be relegated to a lifetime of loneliness?
Will Alexis say yes?
This is the first book in the Their Command Series by Linzi Basset.
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Learning to ❤️
Alexis was forced to grow up way too soon but she survived with the help of her two best friends, Rachel and Shanna. When the job she had, and loved, was taken away from her she began searching for a new start. Little did she know that Colorado and the new job would be all that she ever wanted and more. Noah and his two best friends, Mason and Logan own the Lodge that Alexis is going to be working at. Instant attraction doesn’t even begin to describe Alexis and Noah. When the past won’t let go, things get tough but there’s more than sparks so let the games begin!
Something about this book doesn’t shout greatness to me. I love the premise but it felt too rushed for the intensity of the feeling described by the characters. And what happened with the situation with Louise?
So worth it
This was a great read and I couldn’t put it down!🙌🏼