sleeping in front of his computer has made Jameson a rising star in the
technology world. But when a mysterious woman seeks the help of his family he
puts his career on hold to protect her. She shows him that there is more to
life than a computer screen one kiss at a time. Now, if only he can convince
her to stay.
being raised by her elderly grandmother only wanting the chance to find the
same love that her parents had. Her knight in shining armor turns out to be her
nightmare and Poppy is left racing with her two daughters toward the last place
she remembers feeling safe. But she never expects to find security in the arms
of a career-driven tech geek.
While I liked the characters plenty, I didn’t *love* them the way some other reviewers did. I think that’s simply because I hadn’t read anything in this series previously. There weren’t plot points missing for me, but maybe I just wasn’t as emotionally invested in the story because I didn’t know of the others who had come first. That said, this story is just fine on it’s own, and Poppy and Jameson are well-rounded, likable characters.
I received an advanced copy and voluntarily left a review.
children live in Blue Ridge Mountains of Virginia. She studied Communication, specifically
Public Relations, at Radford University.
always found a way to pursue her creativity. It began by watching endless runs
of White Christmas- yes even in the summer – and learning every word and dance
from the movie. She could still sing Sister Sister if requested. In high school
she joined the show choir and a community theatre group, The Troubadours. After
marrying the man of her dreams and moving from her hometown she sought out a
different artistic outlet – writing.
is a romance addict would be an understatement. When she isn’t chasing her
toddler around the house, working her day job, or writing, she delves head
first into a romance novel.