Take Me To The Lake: A Billionaire, Mountain Man Romance
Someone is watching me. Luckily my mountain man is watching over me.
I didn't think they would find me here. I moved to the small town of Whiskey River three months ago, hoping I would finally be safe from my past. For the first time in a long time, I feel like I can breathe easier.
Then I meet the mountain man who makes my breath quicken. And my heart race.
He's my protector – safe in his strong arms.
But my past is coming for me… and he might end up paying the price.
The tracks along the treeline were my first clue. I might not have experience with women, but I know my way around the woods. And Hope is not safe living out here alone.
And I'm pretty sure that's my fault.
Her stalker knows I have money, and that I'll pay any price to keep the woman I love safe from harm.
But what her stalker doesn't know is that I plan on making them pay instead.
Hope and Cash couldn’t be more perfect for each other and I really couldn’t help but fall in love with them as the book went on. While they don’t have a lot of experience in love, the way that they are drawn to one another is beautiful to see. It’s their connection that definitely makes this book memorable, as well as their devotion to one another.
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Take Me to the Lake
Not as enjoyable as some of her other books. Lots and lots of punctuation and spelling errors.
Anxious for book 4!
This is book 3 of the Mountain Men series and whiled I really loved the first two I felt a little underwhelmed with this one. I still really liked it but, I didn’t love it. There were a few things that bothered me, not huge things, but a couple small things. Like, the two characters Jenna/Jana and getting them mixed up throughout the book. The few blow ups the main couple of this story had at each other seemed a little immature and childish but, not enough for me to stop reading. I’m all for a sweet HEA but, this story didn’t pull me in like the first two and that’s totally okay, it’s not going to stop me from reading the rest of the series and, in fact I’m really excited for book 4. Like always, I will continue to encourage people to not give up on an author if they didn’t connect with or like a book. You might love the next one so don’t give up on them!