The Last Resort

Rose was just amazing and kick ass. I liked her from the start and continued to do so as I read more of "The Last Resort". Emmy is just adorable and I loved the relationship that developed between her and Rose. Garrett and his brother Wesley were another story. Garrett was a sweetheart but Wesley is a condescending ass that I really wanted to punch. He thought he knew everything and I hated him even more after what he did to Rose.

I loved how Garrett was willing to open himself up to Rose and the sexual tension between those two, it was scorching. Rose is a sweetheart who puts off a tough exterior. Hanging with Garrett and the other guys on the ranch not only relaxed her but showed her that there's more to life than just being a baby bounty hunter. I really enjoyed reading this book.

At the end of "The Last Resort" you get a preview of Ember’s next book called A New York Minute. Also another book called Strangers at Sunset by: Tiffani Lynn.

Book Blurb for The Last Resort

Rose Delaney is a baby bounty hunter, rescuing children from fugitive ex-spouses. All she wants is to return a recovered child to its mother and get back to her regimented solitary life. But when a snow storm leaves her and baby Emmy stranded, Rose has no choice but to lean on the ruggedly handsome rescuer, who thinks the baby is hers. Holed up in their mountain resort-under-construction and unable to contact Emmy’s mother, Rose's priority is hitting the road—even if Garrett’s erotic touch entices her to ride out the storm.

Construction boss Garrett Galo loves his job, but he never imagined a perk like being snowbound during a whiteout with the sassy brunette he just rear-ended. He’s learned to stay away from women who want a family, especially when they come with a kid in tow. When passionate nighttime encounters flare between them, Garrett begins to question what he’d risk to keep Rose.

This isn’t the time or the place for romance—but will five days on a mountain make these loners reconsider giving in to love?

Night Owl Reviews Nov, 2017 4.50