Title: Winter’s Risk
Author: Penny Hudson
Rating: 4.5 of 5 Stars
Veteran park ranger Alexander Doyle is tracking a nuisance bear when he runs across obnoxious environmentalist Martin Ramirez. He and Martin have clashed before, when Martin and the protestors under his leadership ended a plan to expand the network of paved trails and improve accessibility. Given a choice, Alex would rather face the bear.
When the dangerous grizzly attacks them and Martin is gravely wounded, his only chance of survival is Alex’s determination to keep him alive through the night. But they’re stranded miles from any hope of rescue with the year’s first snowstorm coming in fast.
Some books immediately grab your interest as soon as you begin reading them – and Winter’s Risk is one of these gems. The chemistry between Alex and Martin pops off the page – their verbal bantering is priceless. They have a history of being on opposite sides of most issues, and neither man hesitates from poking at the other’s opinion. But it’s easy to sense that underneath all the verbal banter and genuinely pissed off feelings, Alex and Martin are attracted to each other. All it takes for all their emotions to bubble to the surface is Martin getting seriously injured while out in the forest, and only Alex is there to save him.
Alex and Martin are delightful characters – they’re the kind of men you’d love to have over for dinner and just watch them circle each other with arguments and sexual energy. Winter’s Risk is such a great story – it has action, hot men with a shared not so loving past, intense feelings, raw sexual attraction, redemption, and a lovely ending. What is not to love?!
I would like to thank the publisher for providing me with the eARC of this title in exchange for my honest opinion.
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