Released: April 18, 2011
Series: Colorado Mountain #1
Even though I had read this before it didn’t stop me from devouring every word, tearing up and laughing at the same parts and generally enjoying the whole experience. ~ Under the Covers
Nina has come to the small town of Gnaw Bone in Colorado to take a time out from her clueless fiancee Niles. What she didn’t expect to find when she reached the beautiful house she had spent a fortune renting was Max, a domineering, annoying, sexy and sweet mountain man.
This was one of my first ever Kristen Ashley reads so I decided to give it a reread… I needed my fix and I was in the mood for a ruggedly sexy mountain man, voila Max! Even though I had read this before it didn’t stop me from devouring every word, tearing up and laughing at the same parts and generally enjoying the whole experience.
I find I am starting to repeat myself in these reviews, but essentially what I love about a KA book is the same. Her gorgeous heroes who are not just men, but MEN, I swear they have ruined me for normal guys, I just keep thinking…what would Max do in this situation…damn you Kristen *shakes fist*. But it isn’t just the sexy alphas she writes so expertly that I love, she injects real heart in to all her books, with every word, sentence and chapter I feel like she has thoroughly enjoyed writing it and has fallen in love with her characters just as much as I have.
Another great book, and the start of what I know is a fabulous series, if you haven’t read any of her books before this is a good one to start with, if you have read her before, you need to get on to the Colorado series!
P.S. I do really need to move to Colorado though, in the world according to Kristen Ashley that seems to be the Alpha Male capital, I am happy to go find out and report back!
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