Like Fresh Fallen Snow by Tara Wyatt
The Graysons #2
Matt has accepted a new job across the country and he’ll be leaving in 3 days. It’s the worst timing to meet someone new. Ellie is tired of being with guys who don’t value her but she’s not sure she can stay away from Matt, even when she knows it can’t go anywhere.
Luke and Christie were great, but Ellie and Matt were firecrackers together. I loved Ellie’s humor and Matt’s raunchier side. They really steamed up the pages together and made me believe their love-at-first-sight story.
I particularly enjoyed Ellie in this one; she was endearingly dorky and adorable when she got flustered. Matt was cocky and confident; I loved the way he calmly handled Ellie’s blind date when he turns mean.
3 stars – it was good
Ellie Richards’ New Year’s Resolution: this will be her year, no men necessary. Who needs them when she has a successful website, a great apartment, and plans to ring in the New Year at a ski lodge with her best friend. That’s until Ellie gets stuck in a snowbank and a gorgeous, blue-eyed cop throws a wrench in her plans.
Matt Grayson intended to spend his last day of the year getting everything ready for his move across the country. But when he helps dig Ellie’s car out from the side of the road, something about this cute blonde who spews out pop culture references makes Matt wish he didn’t have to leave the next day.
When fate brings Ellie and Matt together that same night at a party, the sizzling tension between them bubbles like a bottle of champagne. As midnight looms closer, their time together grows shorter. Is their budding romance doomed to be nothing but a night of memories, or can it survive the changes the new year will bring?
Published by SMP Romance on October 25, 2016
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