Reclusive writer Noah Kinley is facing a dilemma: how to confess to the world he’s really the author of a best-selling romance series. For years, his friend Julie has been the face of his brand, but she wants her life back now. Fast running out of ideas for his popular series, Noah wants to break out into other genres. Not that he’s writing much of anything at the moment anyway, thanks to paralyzing writer’s block. With his publisher breathing down his neck for the next installment, he hopes a change of scene will get his writer’s juices flowing again. Desperate enough to try anything, during the holidays Noah swaps his isolated cabin in the woods for a gentrified horse farm.
USAF Major Connor Harrison has chosen forced retirement over facing charges for an unauthorized mission to rescue a buddy from behind enemy lines. No one expects him home for the holidays, and he certainly didn’t anticipate finding a stranger in his house, much less Noah Kinley with his acid tongue and a wry sense of humor that pierces all of Connor’s defenses.
Both men need to figure out what the next chapter in their lives will be—and whether it will include each other.
This book is a nice holiday read and i found both the main characters very likeable men. Both Connor and Noah seem to be at a point in their lives when things could go up or down, they are at a crossroads so to speak. In meeting each other put them on the path for the better.
I loved how they met, Noah in the bath exposed and Connor all up in arms. the chemistry was always there right from the beginning, but Noah and Connor took there time on acting on the attraction they had for each other.
This book is told from only Noah’s POV but i would have love to have had Connor’s POV too, to really get inside his head but thats just me im greedy.
The ending really finished this story off well for me i couldnt have asked for better.
Over all a good m/m romance.