Published: December 14, 2021
I want to start this post by saying that this book is a fully stand-alone novel even though it is part of an ongoing series. We are back in Cunningham Falls, MT in this novel and we meet Remi who is just passing through. She is adventuring in her camper van around the country to hike the national parks but when she meets Seth in a bar she doesn’t believe him that it would snow the next day at Glacier National Park. Now I had to chuckle at this part in the book because I am from North Dakota and know painfully well that it can snow in the lower elevations in September so the chances of it snowing in the mountains increase exponentially. But that makes for a really cute close proximity romance when Seth has to save her ass from dying in the cold. I wouldn’t consider the whole book a close proximity romance but that is definitely how it all starts.
Long-time readers of Kristen Proby (and I am a fairly new reader of her books) know who Seth King is and know all about his family. Well, this book wraps up his and the Kings’ storyline quite nicely. Since I’m a fairly new fan of hers I have not read the books about the King brothers and what Seth went through as a child. But you can bet that I have now put those on my tbr list and will be reading them as soon as I have some extra time. If you need a feel-good romance this time of year that isn’t really holiday-based (though it does have the holidays in it) this is the book for you. Don’t miss out.