Your date with ski champ Jett Casey is an either/or deal. He'll take you off-pieste for the ultimate Montana ski adventure or he'll put his handyman skills at your disposal for a week. Which one would you choose?
Singe mom Mardie Griffin has a run-down old house in need of fixing and a memory of Jett Casey as her savior in a time of great need. So when her friends acquire Jett's services at a bachelor auction and send him to fix up her house, she sets aside her mistrust of men and lets him in.
Elite athlete Jett Casey has the world at his feet and no desire for stability. But there's one woman he's never forgotten and if he can help make her safe this time, maybe she'll stop haunting him.
No strings, no sex, no commitment. Just fix things. Surely it can't be that difficult ...
Mantra to self: I must stop requesting for books that are part way through a series. I must stop requesting books that are part way through a series!
This book is my first read by this author and unfortunately it may well be my last. As with such books like this it was very formulaic. There was a broken woman to proud to ask for help, great wealthy friends wanting to help aforementioned female, an alpha male and a charity auction, insta-love and a HEA ending. Enough said.
The alpha male is called Jett, a skier who has had an injury. He is attractive (as they always are) capable and dependable as well as strong and drawn to Mardie who is a single mother recovering from a disastrous relationship (as most women in these types books are). So she is rather reluctant to begin another relationship.
Although there is the ubiquitous insta-attraction the discovery is deliciously slow. And there is obviously a precious history between these two main characters. In short this novel deals with an honest joining of minds. There is no game playing or posturing (such things become irrelevant when there is a child in the mix!).
There are thrills a plenty but for this reader they were far from electrifying! For this reader it was a let-down in more ways than one.
Full Disclosure: I received a free copy from Netgalley for an honest review.
rated this 1 star on Netgalley and 'I did not like it' on Goodreads (1 star) and Amazon (1 star).