(Adventures in Love #1)
by Aurora Rose Reynolds
Cybil is the queen of bad timing. First, her fiancé breaks up with her days before their wedding. Next, she’s stuck going on a couples retreat in the Montana wilderness alone. And worst of all, now she’s fighting a growing attraction to the wilderness retreat’s rugged owner, Tanner.
Tanner has built his wilderness adventure service on a few key principles: never take unnecessary risks, never put anyone’s life in danger—and never, ever sleep with a client. The arrival of a beautiful new visitor, however, might mean bending the rules.
Two people looking for anything but romance may have just bumped into their soul mates. In the Montana wilds, any misstep can spell danger. Cybil and Tanner just have to decide if they’re brave enough to face their next adventure.
Rushed by Aurora Rose Reynolds is the first book in her new series Adventures in love. I’m a huge fan of ARR and in my mind she never lets the reader down with her books. this book is no exceptions.
Cybil has just been dumped by her fiancé and not only that weeks before they were due to go on a couple’s retreat in the wilderness. This is a non-fundable holiday so she decides to step outside her comfort zone and go on it anyway. Her first meeting of Tanner doesn’t go so well, but when she meets him again as one of her guides she can’t help but think, what if?!
“Am I invisible?” I repeat, ignoring the way my fingers twitch, wanting to push that piece of hair away from his forehead. “I’m just asking because this is the third time you’ve cut me off, so either I’m invisible, or you’re just a jerk.”
Tanner and his friends have built their business, wilderness adventure service from the ground up and wont do anything to jeopardize it. There are rules and one of those rules is never sleep with a client but as soon as he see Cybil, he knows there is something about this women that’s different and he can’t help himself but see where it will go.
“You know most people get a fridge magnet or key chain when they go on a trip, not a man,”
This was such a sweet, heart warming, entertaining and an exciting read. I read it in one sitting. I loved it and I loved both Cybil and Tanner together. The secondary characters as always with ARR where so good and I can’t wait for more in this series.