About the Book:
Lake Serene resort manager, Shaw Chamberlin – having recently left a turbulent career in a big, bustling city – is determined to throw his efforts into overseeing renovating the family’s resort. Parts of his past still haunt him, but he's resolved to try to move forward.
The enigmatic woman Shaw hired to run his snowmobile operation, Haley Walters, is looking to start over. She's competent and opinionated, and seems to be the only person able to draw Shaw out of his own self-scrutiny; she's the only person who makes him feel alive.
When a new remote project has Shaw and Haley working together in close quarters, they allow themselves to explore feelings they've long kept buried. Do these two lonely hearts dare to bare their souls to each other, or are their pasts too near the surface to let them ?
I read this one a month or so ago and forgot to review it at the time.
I enjoyed it but I don't really remember it. In short, I'm sure it was a pretty typical romance set in Montana in the winter.
It's part of a series and I haven't read any of the others.
I'd like to thank the publisher for making a review copy available via NetGalley. Grade: B.