She promised she’d go anywhere…
When lifestyle “it” girl Lilou Langdon dumps her wealthy, snobby fiancé days before their highly-promoted society wedding, she can’t get out of Manhattan fast enough. Desperate to escape, she begs her magazine editor for the first assignment out of town. With her designer luggage and pup in a purse, Lilou—who specializes in covering luxury resorts and glamorous travel destinations—arrives in Montana for a six day trek into the wilderness.
Adventure tour owner Garrett Starr was expecting an experienced, off-grid journalist to cover his wilderness trek. Instead he gets Lilou, a city-slicker ‘princess’ who doesn’t know a crampon from a crouton. Worst of all, she brings along her lion-haired Pomeranian, Simba. Garrett dreamed that the article would boost his business to the next level, yet Lilou appears to be his worst nightmare.
But Lilou didn’t make a name for herself by giving up, and soon both she and Garrett realize they’re in for more than they bargained for.
I really enjoy this book, it was so hard to put down. I really felt like I was catching up with friends, I only read one other book in this series and I am so ready to go back and read the whole series. I felt like I was right there in the story, the author did a good job at catching the readers attention and drawing you in and describing everything down to a "T" with out being too wordy. I really liked Garrett he had no idea what he was getting into but he was ready for the adventure and was a good sport about it. I really liked Lilou at first I wasn't so much sure about her I thought oh my a snobby princess but boy was I wrong, she's sassy and she is independent ready to take on the world. This book was totally worth the read and you can't go wrong. I received a complimentary copy of this book. Opinions expressed in this review are completely my own."
I really adored this book, Lilou seems like such a spoiled obnoxious girl that would never survive in nature and Garrett is an outdoorsman plain and simple. Somehow Lilou was a lot deeper of a character than you imagine and find her match in her opposite. The characters are well developed and the relationship isn’t instantaneous it grows which is something I always hope to find when opening a new romance novel.