Delaney is creative, strong, a survivor and just doing what she needs to, to get by. Her ex-husband is a class act jerk and I really wanted to give him what’s for. I grew to hate him from the start. Delaney was hit with a big life change and a blow to her self-esteem but she was able to change it around and come out on top. Her little arguments with Colt over the driveway had me cracking up and shaking my head. You can tell those two were hot for each other and I just wanted to say “get it over with already, get it out of your system so everybody's happy.”
Colt is dealing with some issues of his own not the least is the mayor riding him for basically doing his job. How are you supposed to follow the law when the mayor is telling you not to hand out too many speeding tickets to tourists? I found it annoying and wanted to yell at the stupid mayor. Despite that, Colt does his job well and Delaney irritates him to no end.
I really enjoyed reading “Need You” and hope that this will turn into a series and not just be a standalone. There were some characters in the the book that I wouldn’t mind reading about in their own story. TJ and Win were quite amusing and the conversations they have, mind boggling.
In the end the author mentions some books that should interest you. For Josh and Hannah’s story check out “A Glory Junction Christmas, in The Most Wonderful Time,” a Christmas Anthology. A Christmas sequel to “Finding Hope,” the second book in her Nugget Series which tells Emily and Clay’s story. “Hope for Christmas,” which tells you what happened to Emily’s little girl who was kidnapped seven years ago.
The Garner brothers are poster boys for the ski resort town of Glory Junction, California. But as much as they love outdoor thrills, they know how to create indoor thrills, too . . .
Colt Garner thrives on adrenaline. As Glory Junction’s police chief and the co-owner of Garner Adventure, he knows where to find danger and excitement. Unfortunately his new neighbor, fussy, transplanted city girl Delaney Scott, is anything but a thrill, even if she is as gorgeously curved as a killer ski slope. They have nothing in common but a shared driveway they’re arguing over . . . and a mutual attraction neither of them can fight.
Starting over was not in designer Delaney’s plans. But now that her rotten ex has walked away with the rights to her brand, she needs to reinvent herself, and fast. It’s not easy with bold, brash Colt next door, too handsome for his own good, and, she’s sure, too unreliable for hers. But as small town life throws them together again and again, Colt and Delaney find that simple romance may be the most exhilarating gamble of all . . .