Date read: June 22, 2017
Six Pack Ranch
1. Rocky Mountain Heat
2. Rocky Mountain Haven - Kindle
3. Rocky Mountain Desire
4. Rocky Mountain Angel
5. Rocky Mountain Rebel
6. Rocky Mountain Freedom
7. Rocky Mountain Romance
8. Rocky Retreat
9. Rocky Mountain Shelter
10. Rocky Mountain Devil
11. Rocky Mountain Home
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It’s the quiet ones who take you by surprise.Thoughts on Rocky Mountain Haven: Note to self: When you read series books out of order, amusing things happen.
Beth Danube’s emotionally abusive husband is dead and buried. So is her heart. It’s no big deal, she has all she wants: her three little boys and a fresh start in a small Alberta town. What she doesn’t want is another man in her life—not now, maybe not ever.
After ten years of unsatisfactory, missionary-position sex, she never expected her libido to reawaken. One look at sex-in-boots Daniel Coleman in a Calgary bar, though, blows the dust off her sexuality.
Sensing an edge of desperation, even fear, beneath Beth’s come-on, Daniel finds himself giving in to the powerful urge to let his normally subdued desires run wild. The lady wants non-judgemental, non-vanilla sex? She’s got it—in and out of the bedroom.
At first, friends with blazing-hot benefits is more than enough. Then she realizes Daniel is burning away the protective fortress around her heart…and the guilty secret she dare not reveal.
So. Just prior to reading this book, I read the final book in this series (Jesse!) and I kept getting confused by Jaxi and Blake's lack of wee ones around in THIS book. *face palms myself like a pro* The point I'm trying to make here is that I should probably read things in order or giggle inducing confusion happens. Or at least I should give myself more than a day between book 11 and book 2. *grins sheepishly at everyone*
Right. Let's talk about Beth and Daniel, though. Beth and Daniel. I have to admit, I liked these two together. They were sweet and sexy and they'd both been through some rough realizations that made them appreciate what they had even more.
The Colemans were fantastic (as always) and I'd completely forgotten about Matt's girlfriend woes in book 1. So, that was a bit of a kicker. Knowing what's coming for the clan down the line made me grin and nod knowingly on more than one occasion.
Bottom line: Time spent with the Colemans is time well spent overall. *thumbs up*