Thursday, 14 July 2016

Saving Grace (Love Under The Big Sky 2.5) by Kristen Proby

Format: Kindle EditionFile Size: 3041 KB
Print Length: 86 pages
Publisher: Pocket Star (30 Nov. 2015)

Sparks fly like snowflakes when a klutzy but gorgeous novice crosses skis with a hot resort owner in this tempting tie-in to New York Times bestselling author Kristen Proby’s popular Love Under the Big Sky series!

Grace Douglas is on a practice run for her friend Cara Donovan’s bachelorette party ski weekend in Aspen. The problem is, despite living in rugged and picturesque Cunningham Falls, Montana, Grace is the clumsiest person ever born. To prepare for the trip, she is taking lessons at a local ski resort. She just prays that they have an ambulance on standby.

Sexy hotelier Jacob Berkley is ready to play ski instructor, but he quickly discovers that the best place on the mountain for Grace is in the lodge with a hot toddy. Her sense of humor and easy laugh quickly pull him in, and soon he’s determined to help her get off the bunny slope for a fun vacation with her friends. He just didn’t expect their steamy chemistry to trigger an avalanche of desire straight to his heart.

Cover:  I neiter love nor hate this cover.  Cute and sweet but I'm not particularly drawn to it.  I love the original covers for this series.

This is a short and sweet novella.  I kind of wish it was expanded into a full length novelas I feel there was enough potential there, and that Grace and Jacob deserved a filled out story.
But, having said that, I still really enjoyed ther story, and for a novella, it was fantastic.
Grace is a really likeable heroine- sweet and a bit of a klutz, she's dreading the skiing weekend her friends have bought for her.
Until she meets her sexy instructor.  Their chemistry is immediate.  What Grace doesn't know is that Jacob isn't just an instructor- he's the billionaire owner of the resort.
Over all, this was short, sweet sexy read that I would recommend picking up for fans of Kristen Proby's 'Love Under The Big Sky' series.
4/5 stars.

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