She was lost once, but found. He's not willing to lose her twice.
Getting lost in the woods isn’t on Bristol Wingham’s agenda. Neither is being abandoned by her friends or getting injured. Luckily for her, she’s found by one of Fallport’s search and rescue members. She hadn’t planned on staying in the small town, but when her rescuer offers her a place to recuperate…she can’t resist.
Cohen “Rocky” Watson has rescued his fair share of lost hikers, but there’s something about Bristol that makes him sit up and take notice. The world-renowned artist could definitely afford to go back home to Tennessee and pay someone to look after her until her broken leg heals, but the more time he spends around her, the more he wants her to stay.
Slowly but surely, as Bristol heals, the former Navy SEAL and the artist find themselves falling in love. But someone is less than happy with the budding relationship. When Bristol disappears, it’ll take Rocky, his entire team, and every colorful, gossip-loving Fallport local to find her—and the clock is ticking.
** Searching for Bristol is the third book in the Eagle Point Search & Rescue Series. Each book is a stand-alone, with no cliffhanger endings.
Like a Boss
Bristol Wingham really goes through it in this book, and she handles it like a boss. Being left on her own by her supposed friend in the forest when she rebuffs his advances is bad enough, but add in an injury-sustaining fall off the trail…yeah, it’s really not been her day.
Thank heaven Cohen “Rocky” Watson comes looking for her. Bristol made quite an Impression on Sandra, who runs the diner in Fallport. When Bristol fails to return to say goodbye, Sandra knows something’s up. While he seriously doubts that the woman is in trouble, he goes for what he thinks will be a short trek. What he finds amazes and intrigues him. And this is just the beginning! You’ve got to read this!
Searching for Bristol
Excellent book! I love the whole series so far.
Almost didn’t finish book
Story was wonderful, kept me on the edge of the sit. Kind of stopped reading when read “coppery smell’ in Art’s house. Could not stomach the idea of one of them three getting hurt.