Eternal good girl Casey Tanner moved to White Pine for a fresh start. Her mission: to finally have fun. And a fling with a reckless bad boy is the very first item on the to-do list she pretended not to make. After one long, lingering look at a sexy firefighter, Casey has found her man. Read more...
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Eternal good girl Casey Tanner moved to White Pine for a fresh start. Her mission: to finally have fun. And a fling with a reckless bad boy is the very first item on the to-do list she pretended not to make. After one long, lingering look at a sexy firefighter, Casey has found her man.
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Getting women into his bed has never been a problem for Abe Cameron. Letting one into his heart is an entirely different matter. But just one kiss, just one touch, just one smile from beautiful Casey has this lifelong bachelor flirting with the idea of forever. And Casey's refusal to settle down only makes Abe more determined than ever to win her heart. Now the one woman who can't be caught is the only one Abe can't live without . . .
Publishers Weekly® Reviews
- Reviewed in: Publishers Weekly, page .
- Review Date: 2015-11-23
- Reviewer: Staff
In the satisfying third title (after And Then He Kissed Me) of Amos's White Pine contemporary series, the Christmas season gets off to a good start. Casey Tanner nearly sabotaged the dream-come-true romance between her sister, Audrey, and a handsome biker. Now that everything has been sorted out, Casey uproots herself from a staid and predictable city life and embraces Audrey's recommendation to move to the tiny town of White Pine, Minn. She finds a new job as an accountant at a small, welcoming youth reading center, and decides that her goal for Christmas is to have an exhilarating fling with no strings attached. Having raised Audrey nearly on her own after their parents' death, Casey isn't interested in kids or marriage. When she meets Abe Cameron, the town's most eligible firefighter, sparks fly and Abe resolves to win Casey over. As in the series' earlier installments, the women in the Knots and Bolts cooking group provide loads of advice and laughs, while an unknown arsonist adds some mystery. The pair have plenty of passion as they engage in enough sexual escapades to fulfill Casey's dream and keep readers glued to the pages. Agent: Susanna Einstein, Einstein Thompson Agency. (Nov.)