Take My Breath Away by Christie Ridgway

From USA TODAY bestselling author Christie Ridgway comes a sparkling new series set in the California mountains, where Hollywood glamour meets rustic charm, and the sparks fly among the unlikeliest of couples… 


Poppy Walker has a plan to restore the family resort, and she's sticking to it. So when a good-looking guy with plenty of cash rents one of her half-repaired vacation cabins, she figures he's just what the handyman ordered. But when a storm blows through, it takes down some trees, her roof and then…her self-control. Even though she's been burned before by a wealthy passer-through, she can't stay away from the brooding but gorgeous stranger in the bungalow next door. 

Former teen idol turned Hollywood exec Ryan Hamilton wants a private place in which to endure his very personal heartbreak. Finally, at this rustic mountain cabin, he has all the seclusion one man could want—until sparks begin to fly with his sexy, formerly chilly landlady. By the time the weather dies down, they're both hot, bothered and certain they're still wrong for each other. But there's no telling how they'll face the new storm brewing on the horizon….

Review:
Single mother Poppy is trying to restore her family resort despite her late father misgiving. She gets the perfect opportunity to restore when her son goes to Disneyland and a sexy stranger renting half of the resort. The sexy stranger is Ryan Hamilton, who wants a lonely place to endure his problems. Ryan is trying to get away of his nightmares from the accident that happened in four years ago in March. The month holds nothing but pain. They definitely have spark for each other that it does not surprise me that they began a hot and steamy relationship. However, when they start their relationship, people soon discover their relationship. Ryan definitely pull Polly and her son, Mason, away from the attention to his lake house. Their journey is so cute that it makes us root for them. They both have insecurities from their past but it does not stop them from developing a warm and loving relationship. Great story! Cuteness boy ever. 

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