Ashley and Beck were interesting characters and the longer I read the book, the more I loved them. I really connected with them and understood what they were going through. Beck learned that Ashley wasn’t the prima donna he thought he was and Ashley learned the Beck wasn’t as hard as he seemed. Brice was a pain in the ass and I really just wanted to punch him. Adam was just adorable and I just wanted to scoop him up and hug him till he complained about it, then hug him some more. He had such a rough life and I adored the way he tried to take care of Ashley when they got caught in a blizzard.
Being kidnapped and held against your will is a nightmare that nobody deserves. When she’s able to escape, I cheered her on. Facing your enemy or your nightmare is hard for anyone but Ashley handled it like a champ and I was really proud. I truly enjoyed reading Montana Heat and recommend it for anyone who wants to see an evil man get what he deserves.
A Montana man always protects the woman he loves
He discovered her during a Montana blizzard, freezing cold, impossibly vulnerable, a little boy by her side. Undercover DEA Agent Beck “Trigger” Cooke is astonished to recognize Ashley Swan—award-winning actress, famous beauty—and missing for over a year. To keep her and the child hidden from a sadistic madman, he secrets the pair away to his isolated home.
No longer a prisoner, and protected at Hope Ranch, Ashley recovers and learns the tall, tempting federal agent may have a dark past, but it hasn’t destroyed his sense of honor.
As they shed past roles and find common ground, Ashley and Trigger can’t help but fall slowly, carefully, in love. But danger still lurks outside the boundaries of Hope Ranch, for until her crazed captor is brought to justice, and Trigger’s undercover past is laid to rest, none of them will ever be truly safe…