Avery is the leading physical therapist in a ski town. She shares a home with her brother who made one bad mistake and went driving drunk, hitting a passerby. That passerby happens to be Grey – who has no choice but to go to Avery for his physical therapy for recovery. The complicated situation is made even more complicated by Grey and Avery’s attraction for each other.
What I Liked
- The premise was really intriguing. Normally romances follow a pretty straightforward plot, so it was nice to have one that was pretty complex.
- I loved the town that they’re in. Part of me would love to live there someday, but the other part of me would hate to live in a place where one mistake can define me, or where I don’t have options in complicated situations.
- The characters seemed to be like real humans, not just stereotypes or cliches. That was really nice.
- Complex or not, it was still a romance, and it made me happy enough to give it five stars!
What I Didn’t Like
- Not much. 🙂
If you’re looking for a cute but complex romance, this book is for you.