Author: Remy Blake
Genre: Romantic Comedy
Release Date: 13th June, 2018
Cover Designer: Popkitty Design
Reviewed by Donna Elsegood on behalf of KFF
Chase Harrison is a city boy who runs his own business in advertising and is given the opportunity to leave behind the city life when he secures a lucrative client. Only the snag is he has to spend four weeks experiencing a ranch lifestyle, swapping his suits for a Stetson. Harry Welker is the owner and new client of King ranch which will be a vacation spot for the rich and famous. What Chase doesn’t expect is to be thrusted into this experience with Harry’s daughter Blaire.
Blaire Welker is all work and no play working for her father, wanting to please him and show just how much she can achieve. She comes from a very wealthy family and finds it difficult to find a man who wants her for the woman she is. Pretty, smart and hardworking but she has had her heart broken by partners expecting to get a share of the family wealth, using her for their own gain.
The two have a simmering chemistry and embark on a no strings attached one-time thing; however, it’s evident it is turning into so much more. But time is running out and Chase will be leaving soon. They never wanted it to be anything more than casual but it seems lines are becoming blurred. There are cameo appearances from characters from previous workings Clipped and Timber which is a welcome addition to catch up with the fun and banter of these side characters. Chase and Blaire are likable characters and I enjoyed getting to know them.
Remy Blake spin a captivating and entertaining story full of angst of will they won’t they, a dirty talking city boy and the strong-willed heroine. The penned words have a fluidity to them that reel you in and capture you with the storytelling, with the banter and connection between the two protagonists. This writing duo always manage to make me smile with their storys and add in enough raunchiness to make their tales sizzling hot. They both compliment each other in the writing ability and work well enough together to keep us the audience chomping at the bit for more stories.
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