This is the sweet story of Kelsey and Henry who meet as maid of honor and best man for a wedding and quickly fall in love. She’s a city girl through-and-through, just here from NYC for the wedding. He’s spent his whole life waiting to run the family ranch and wouldn’t live anywhere else. Kelsey isn’t much of a daredevil, but she wants to challenge herself on this trip and being a guinea pig for Henry’s adventure tourism plans seems like the perfect way to leave her comfort zone.
They fall fast and hard but their lives are thousands of miles away from one another, so one of them would have to sacrifice everything. Kelsey and Henry were fun and perfect together so I was really rooting for them. There were some twists and lots of steam to keep things interesting but Kelsey and Henry are so likeable that I was hooked from the beginning. This is a feel-good HEA that you won’t want to put down.
I received an ARC from Grey’s Promotions in exchange for an honest review.
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by Lea Coll
Mountain Haven book 2
Available October 5, 2021
I don’t do small town, country living. The hustle and bustle of New York pumps through my veins. Still, when a dear friend invited me to stand up in her wedding, I decided to embrace all Colorado had to offer. I was expecting mountainous terrain and outdoor adventures. Instead, I found myself face to face with the ruggedly handsome Henry Rigby—a lumberjack fantasy come to life. It was supposed to be a short trip. Yet the time we spent together made New York seem farther and farther away…
As best man, I promised the groom I would show Kelsey a good time. I considered her one of my groomsmen responsibilities… until I saw her. Far from the high-maintenance New Yorker I expected, she was working that alluring girl next door look. Still, I had sworn off commitment and she had major trust issues. Feelings shouldn’t have factored into our time together. But, the vulnerability beneath her steadfast independence called to me. And, for the first time in a long time, I found myself regretting I couldn’t offer her the commitment she deserved.