Review: Falling for Jillian by Kristen Proby

From New York Times bestselling author Kristen Proby comes the third romance in the Love Under the Big Sky series, featuring a veteran struggling with PTSD and the one woman who can help him recover—and learn to love again.

Jillian thought she was a city girl through and through; the fast cars, high fashion, and glamour—she loves it all. But when her ex tells her he’s having a baby with his new wife (after Jillian struggled for years to get pregnant), she hightails it back to Montana to cry on the shoulder of her best friend, Cara.

But in truth, Jillian would rather be comforted by someone else…specifically Zack, Cara’s brother-in-law. Zack is a veteran of the Iraq War who came back to the family ranch to raise his preteen son after the boy’s mother took off. He’s struggling to re-establish a relationship with his son, and warding off the demons of PTSD, which still haunt him. The last thing he needs is bold, brassy Jillian…but why can’t he keep his hands off her?

Review:
Oh, I just enjoy reading Kristen Proby stories so much. She is a master in creating wonderful and addicted series that the stories will capture every reader attention. She created another bestseller in Falling for Jillian because the reader finally get to read about Jillian and Zacl love story. Jillian is a beautiful and intelligent real estate agent that she makes a hot catch for any men, however, her ex made her regretful about love and children that she does not get close to any men until she meet Zack again. Jillian and Zack had a hot and passionate one night stand that it definitely obvious for Jillian and Zack to be in relationship. But they will struggle to be a relationship together because they both got to overcome their insecurities and baggage in their life. Zack has overcome a lot things in his life that he is forging a new life with his son. He definitely falling for Jillian that he would do anything for her. However, there will be an accident that it will test their relationship if they are truly meant to be together as a couple. 
Five Star

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