Kelsea has been in a bad relationship for years. Three long years of putting up with sub-human behaviour from a man who calls her mother every time they argue. She’s also been madly in love with a colleague for years and although she has maintained a friendship with him he has started to act a little weird around her.
When the group gets stuck in the snow on a team bonding holiday they are forced to get along and Kelsea finds two men are competing for her attention. Should she go for dependable, honest, and gorgeous Luke or should she wait around for Charlie to make a move?
This is, in Harper’s usual style, funny, sweet, charming, filled with naughty scenes, and fully satisfying as romance novels go. The build-up and conflict are the perfect accompaniment to a happy ever after ending that leave you smiling for the rest of the week.
The thing that really draws me to this author is her character creation. She makes realistic, humorous, flawed, honest characters that most if not all women can relate to. Using a first person narrative style she really makes the character come alive. Kelsea is another great example of that skill.