Greyson Cole needs to get out of Raleigh. Everywhere he turns, he sees people falling in love, getting married and starting families. It’s enough to make a grown man want to rip out his own hair. And for a cynic like Grey, one more employee getting engaged signals the need for a long overdue vacation. Grey owns a cabin in the mountains he has never even used, and he figures that’s just the ticket out of this nightmare of happily paired-up couples.
Grey doesn’t expect to be greeted by a belligerent, half-naked man the minute he opens his cabin door…
Any book that starts with two characters off in the bush somewhere, alone with only each other to interact with is a winner. Loads of navel gazing and personal growth and maybe a few stormy nights to smooch. Lovely stuff.
I’m really enjoying Cameron Dane’s writing. This is the 2nd book I’ve read of hers from Liquid Silver Publishing and they just seem to get better. Tight pacing, with a great hook and wonderful character development.
The story is also incredibly sensual with surrender and control forming a large part of the narrative. Rather steamy stuff, although the short time period and amount of ass pounding goodness there was was, seemed rather abundant shall we say. O-o Not that I am complaining, it was hawt.