Breathe

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Breathe

Colorado Mountain Series, #4

I have expressed in a previous review of a Kristen Ashley book how much I love this author. She writes incredible, emotional romances with a thread of suspense. Her heroes are alpha and definitely, undeniably attractive each in their own way. Her heroines are women that you can imagine being friends with. Up until this book, Ms. Ashley has shown how hot and intense her heroes can be. With Breathe, she illustrates how well she can do hot and sweet. That is the best word I can use to describe Chace and Faye’s relationship. This is a prenominal read that I just couldn’t put down. Kristen Ashley is the tops, bar none, and Breathe gets 5 stars from this grateful reader!

Chace is a cop and has had a rough time of it lately. Faye is the town librarian. She has had a crush on him for a long time. She thought, however, that he didn’t know she existed. Chace has long wanted to be close to the pretty redhead but didn’t want his problems to blow up all of her. His problems are pretty major but Faye will stop at nothing to make Chace hers. But will happiness slip out of their reach when Chace’s past catches up with him?


Book Blurb for Breathe

There's nothing like the first time . . .

In Carnal, Colorado, Faye Goodknight is the town's quiet, shy librarian. She may also be Carnal's last remaining virgin. For years, Faye has had a crush on Chace Keaton, but the gorgeous cop has always been unattainable. She's resigned to live contentedly with only her books for company-until Faye suddenly meets Chace alone in the woods . . .

Chace doesn't think he's the good guy everyone believes him to be. He's made a lot of choices he regrets, including denying his feelings for Faye. Through his choices, he's come to believe the pretty librarian is too good for him, but after their time in the woods, Chace realizes that she may be his last chance for redemption. Soon, their long simmering desires grow to a burning passion. Yet always casting a shadow over their happiness is Chace's dark past . . .


Night Owl Reviews Jul, 2014 5.00