When Nash bought his farmette, he had one goal in mind—to provide a loving, stable home for his son. He never imagined he’d be raising Phillip alone, or renting out a room to keep their heads above water. Then again, he never imagined losing his brother, or spending two years sailing around the world with parents who seemed to forget one son was still alive.
Sparks fly from the moment Tempest moves in, and her positive energy and inquisitive nature brings new life into Nash and Phillip’s quiet, confined world. For the first time in years, Nash wants to let a woman into his world, but while his loss made him stronger, that strength came at a price, leaving him walled off and wary of opening his heart again.
Even though I am not a huge fan of romantic reads (they can be sprinkled in there, but not be the main reason for the story - that I have to be in the mood for). However, this read was fun, light and easy, yet captivating! I can see from this book why so many people enjoy her books. Tempest is a woman I think all of us women could be friends with. Full of ambition, a beautiful heart, and loving. Though this book was light and fun, it was definitely sexy too! The evolvement of Tempest and Nash's relationship sure is a whirlwind of steaminess and sweetness..it was good progression that wasn't fast in it's growth. I liked how the author wrote their relationship in a progression that was realistic and fun to follow. It didn't feel as though it was a rush to the intimate scenes. All in all, a good read!