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The Feisty One

About the book: Can he hide his heart or will the reporter take everything? Maryn Howe isn't intimidated by billionaire recluse, Tucker Shaffer, or his enormous log cabin in Island Park, Idaho. Maryn needs this interview and she'll get it at any cost, even if the last four reporters were physically removed from his presence. Tucker Shaffer has no desire to change his less than flattering public image; but his PR people persuade him to give it one more try. Ready to make nice with whoever comes through the door, Tucker is blindsided by a petite blond with an extra-large personality. As the snow piles up and the questions keep coming, Maryn discovers the secret Tucker Shaffer has spent the last four years torturing himself with. She suddenly sees him in a new light and she flees-right into danger and into Tucker's arms. But the danger has just begun and now Maryn has to make a choice-trust in Tucker or lose it all. 

My review: I loved the way this book starts out, with Maryn on her way to do a story on a billionaire who is pretty much a recluse. She doesn't expect what she finds though, a handsome, kind man who cares for his friends as though they are his family and just wants to stay out of the public eye. I love Maryn's personality. She's a firecracker and pretty much used to getting whatever she wants. 

Tucker is currently living in his mansion in Island Park, Idaho and he has no idea what to expect from Maryn until she walks through his door. He doesn't expect her to be full of life and energy and enough questions to make him give up all of his secrets. But one of his secrets terrifies her and she heads out of his house and straight into the waiting arms of a huge bear. It's up to Tucker to find her, and fix her up. I loved Tucker, he's a true gentleman and he rescues Maryn more than one time before their story is finished.

This is a cute, clean love story that will leave you wanting to read more!

I was sent an e-copy of this book in exchange for an honest review.

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  1. Thank you, Cathy! I'm so thrilled you enjoyed the book.
    Warmest,
    Cami

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