Kaine Reynolds wants nothing more than solitude. After an unthinkable tragedy destroys his family, he’s cut off all ties to his former life so he can battle his grief the only way he knows how.
So when Piper Campbell knocks on his door, rambling on about being his new neighbor, he slams the door in her face.
But Kaine’s gruff demeanor doesn’t scare her. She’s set on living in Montana and starting over after a terrible divorce. And she wouldn’t mind having a fling to chase away the pain of her husband’s betrayal. Her handsome, albeit rude, neighbor is the perfect candidate.
Yet what neither of them suspect is that their no-strings affair will result in the surprise of Piper’s lifetime—and Kaine’s worst fear.
Tragic - Fantastic!
In my opinion every book in this series is wonderful, as is this one. It grabs you from the beginning and holds you until the end. From steam to tragedy to happy ever after, you are on the emotional ride right along with the characters in this very well written book. Give this novel a try. I think you’ll like it!
There isn’t an adjective good enough !
I wished I could write beautifully but I don’t have the talent ! It was really beautiful and I loved the cover and the story . They attracted me in to it and kept me reading till I finished .
5 Tragic Stars!
Wow, this book is going to tug on your heart strings whether you’re ready or not. This book was steamy, and emotional, and irritating!
Piper is ready for a fresh start after her divorce, and ends up moving in next to Kaine. Piper was my kind of heroine. She was strong and compassionate at the same time. She’s not afraid to speak her mind.
“He had a tragic allure, one that screamed sorrow and loss. I knew that pain all too well.”
I really don’t want to say anything about Kaine’s story, because you really need to get the whole story. Kaine was so, so broken. If you’re looking for a fun and light story with rainbows and butterflies, this isn’t that story. There is heartache, pain, and loss. But that’s also the beauty in this story. Sometimes it takes the bad to make something truly beautiful.
“I want you to always remember that you saved me.”