Series: Sleepy Hollow #4, The Edge
Format Read: Kindle
Release Date: February 22, 2013
Buying Links: Amazon Barnes & Noble Decadent Publishing
Blurb from goodreads:
Mandy Malone ditches her pharmaceutical convention and the married male colleagues hitting on her to hurry home to her waiting family. But she doesn’t bank on the blizzard that forces her off the road and into a deserted rest stop. When she meets another road refugee, their attraction is immediate and molten hot. Suddenly, getting stranded doesn’t seem like such bad luck after all.Although totally unprepared for Mandy’s unvarnished proposition, Jack is intrigued by the erotic offer of a promising night of no-questions-asked sex. But when he notices the wedding band on Mandy’s finger, will he forego the lure of a torrid clandestine affair, or give in to the fantasy of blazing hot sex on a wintry night?
This is the most awesome, get stuck in a blizzard story I have ever read. Taryn has taken the hot, sexy one night stand to a whole new level in Blizzard. I could feel the cold of the blizzard and Mandy's fear as she looks for a safe place to stop in the blinding snow. I felt her relief as she saw the rest stop. Stranded with no charger for her cell phone Mandy is rummaging through her purse when approached by Jack. This is one of my favorite scenes in this book.
"Is this what you're looking for lady?"
Mandy glanced up, startled by the deep, rumbling baritone that echoed loudly in the fairly quiet building. And even more startled by the tall, gorgeous hunk of manhood bundled into a down parka standing next to her table.From here the heat goes up, and you'll find yourself smoldering right along with them.
The ending is totally unexpected and shocked the living daylights out of me. I think my mouth is still hanging open.
This is definitely a must read! Bravo, Taryn!
Waiting for Taryn's next project is a torture I am willing to bear. I know she has something quite tantalizing in store for us.
Carol owns this kindle book. A slightly different version of this review first appeared on goodreads.