A fun-loving troublemaker gives a workaholic Southern gal a real taste of Montana magic at the one and only Whisper Creek Ranch.
A rising star in the corporate world, Emma Winthrop enjoys the view from her cubicle in sunny Florida. But when she’s dispatched to a nursing home in Whisper Creek for three months of field experience, she discovers a slice of heaven made of mountains and mayhem—mostly in the form of rugged, drop-dead gorgeous Jasper Stone, who grinds his specialty beans at the town’s best coffee shop in between organizing dodge-ball games and wheelchair races in Emma’s hallways.
When Jasper walks in on this beautiful angel in silky purple underwear trying to rinse out her blouse, it’s a breathtaking view—even for a Montana native. Wreaking havoc here at Shady Acres keeps his dad in good spirits, but getting under Emma’s skin is proving to be even more fun. Jasper knows that he’s falling faster than a man with his past has any right to, but his body and his heart have a mind of their own. And Emma appears to be claiming both.
Sweet. Swoon worthy and a ton of fun! Emma and Jasper are impossible to not fall in love with.
Taking a Chance follows the story of Emma and Jasper. Emma is a workaholic who lives in sunny Florida. She loves her life and isn’t too pleased when she finds herself temporarily transferred to Montana. Montana is unlike anything she’s experienced and when Jasper enters her life, truer words were never spoken. Jasper is wild and always up to no good. He loves to have fun and can’t resist getting under Emma’s skin. What he never planned on was falling for Emma himself….
Overall, I thought this book was a lot of fun. It was heartwarming and a total breath of fresh air. I thought that this story was really well written and was totally easy to get swept up in. I enjoyed getting to know the characters and falling in love with their story. I loved the setting of this story and thought the plot was a lot of fun. Emma and Jasper had great chemistry and they kept me coming back for more. This is my first book by this author and I look forward to discovering more of her books in the future.
*I was provided an ARC copy of this book, via NetGalley, in exchange for an honest review*