Just one gorgeous weekend away from reality. Then they can go on like it never happened…
Riley Fisher doesn't have time to chase after men. As a single mother working two jobs, she barely has time to eat or sleep. But a girl has needs. So when handsome veteran Sam Brooks asks her out, she decides she deserves some R&R. She doesn’t expect anything else from him—after all, he’s hardly the type to get serious.
Sam came back from Afghanistan lucky to be alive, despite PTSD that hits whenever he lets down his guard. His therapist told him to forget about relationships. When he meets Riley, he’s not planning on breaking the rules. She’s cute, petite, and a total smartass—not even his type. But she’s hard to forget. Especially once he runs into Riley and her toddler on a rustic mountain getaway and sees what he’s missing. Her kid makes him laugh all day. And Riley makes him burn all night.
Too bad a relationship is impossible. But they can enjoy the attraction. It’s not like they’re going to fall in love…
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(Sunday, May 15, 2016)
This is a moving and heartwarming book. It is a stand alone book in the Blue Ridge Romance Series so reading the books out of order is not important. Hanson takes two current topics, Single motherhood and soldiers returning to the states with PTSD trying to have a normal life, and expertly blends them together . Both topics bring doubts to each person as to being able to have a life with the other. Little Luca, although not being supported by his absentee father, who has a new family, steels the show and everyone's heart.
Hanson's writing style is very engaging making the book very hard to put down once you start it. This book and the series are worth your time to read.