Colorado Mountain Series, Book 4
Publisher: Forever (December 2012)
531 pages, eBook (purchased myself for $3.79)
Book Rating: 5 Stars
Sensuality: Red Heart
Faye, the shy town librarian, had been in love from afar with Chace ever since he'd arrived in town many years before, never knowing that not only did he know she existed, but he'd marked her early with special plans in mind, only to have those plans derailed when the problems in town began. Faye was a little naively immature and portrayed as an uber geek (which I thought was carried a bit too far at times), but she was a sweet, untouched young woman that was easy to like. Chace had a few moments of callous rage in an effort to push Faye away, but I was glad to see it quelled relatively quickly in each instance, most of the conflict in the story coming from outside their relationship, which I liked. I felt the epilogue was a little over-long, but it certainly didn't leave you hanging, and saw all the story-lines nicely settled. The slight story overlap with the last Rock Chick book (Rock Chick Revolution) I thought was awesome. The next book in this series is Jagged, coming out next month.