Felicity Hartford is a workaholic single mom who refuses to take time out for herself. But when her two meddling besties decide to take her hostage and force her to accompany them to the slopes for a girls’ weekend away, she has no choice but to go along with their plan.

Alden Beaumont, a famous snowboarder, skateboarder, and two-time gold medalist, is still recovering from the fallout of a bogus lawsuit with his ex, which left his public image in tatters. After deciding to hire a PR agent to rework his image in time for a big competition, he takes a time-out at his family’s lodge in Lake Tahoe. But rescuing the woman of his dreams on the ski lift wasn’t at all in his plans.

And Felicity has rules. Only three days. Only kissing. No last names. No exchanging phone numbers when it’s over.

Given little choice but to agree, Alden soaks up his three days with the woman he’s sure he’s falling for, promising himself he’ll scour the entire country to find her when the mess with his reputation is over.

It’s only when he returns to real life on Monday and meets the new PR agent that he realizes he won’t need to look very far after all. If only she wasn’t pretending they’d never met.

This a story about a single mom and a younger guy. My favorite part of this book was how the author wrote the main character, Alden. I liked his maturity and how he took Felicity and her daughter into his life, which I guess is the only way a relationship like that would work. 

I do enjoy the authors writing and story ideas, but I have a hard time not reading about faith in her stories. It’s almost like she’s tiptoeing around the idea of faith instead of just immersing her characters into it. She does have a Christian romance series, I’ll have to check that out eventually.


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