Close to Heaven
Book 5, Colorado High Country - A Colorado High Country Christmas
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She has nothing…
Rain Minear has fantasized about finding herself in Joe Moffat’s arms for years. It’s just her luck that the night it finally happens, he’s carrying her into the emergency room. It’s Joe who steps up to help her when a tragedy brings her life crashing down. He gives her a place to stay, helps her get back on her feet, and even tries to save her Christmas, though he’s never cared for the holiday. But he’s far too ethical to sleep with a member of his staff, holding her at arms length despite the long-simmering attraction between them.
He has everything…
Haunted by ghosts of the past, Joe Moffat moved to Scarlet Springs to repay a debt. He’s struggled for years to keep his hands off Rain. She’s the general manager of his brewpub, and he is not that kind of boss. But, oh, she turns him on. More than that, she has the biggest heart of any woman he’s ever known. He’d do anything to see her smile again, even put up a Christmas tree and listen to carols.
The most important Christmas of their lives…
When a Rocky Mountain blizzard leaves them snowbound, they can no longer ignore their feelings for one another. As their passion turns to something deeper, it becomes clear to them both that this Christmas will change their lives forever.
A joy to read
I received a complimentary copy of this book from NetGalley and I am voluntarily reviewing in.
I fell in love with the characters. This is the first book from this author that I have read. I really enjoyed the characters and the plot flowed smoothly for me. I laughed out loud in several spots and cried in others. Having journals from Joe's 4x Great Grandfather depicting the history of the city was wonderful. I need to go back and read the other books as a lot of characters were wonderful so I can only imagine their stories.
This story grabbed my attention right from the beginning. I highly recommend this book to anyone. It was such a joy to read.