Reeling from a scandal that's burned nearly all her bridges, Charlie Allington returns to her small hometown in
to figure out what to do. Working for a new resort in town isn't her dream job,
but she's out of options. The only upside is her neighbor and childhood friend,
Walker Pearce. The sexy cowboy has his own shame and past he's trying to
overcome, but if they own up to their mistakes and learn to be honest with each
other, they may just find what they've been looking for…in each other. Jackson Hole, Wyoming
I'm ashamed to admit this is my first Dahl novel. This was sexy, flirty and fun, with a deep undercurrent that's often difficult to pull off. My only quirk is I feel the conflict dragged toward the end of the book, but that was rectified and didn't keep me from reading. The plot, secondary characters, setting, and antagonists were well placed and added to the story nicely. The romance was hot. I won't hesitate to read future books. Great writing style.