Chloe Logan thought she had the perfect life… until one morning when she was blindsided by her husband announcing that he wanted out of their twenty-year marriage. Chloe would have never guessed that at the age of forty she would be starting over again. Taking care of her family’s needs before her own had always been first and foremost. Now that her ex had moved on with another woman and their divorce was final, Chloe decided to take off on her own new adventures, traveling to places she had always wanted to visit. But finding herself in the middle of a raging storm was a bit more adventure than she expected, and with car trouble, to make matters worse.
James and Grant Moore have run their family’s hunting lodge since the passing of their parents. The oldest of eight brothers, James and Grant have worked day and night to keep the family afloat—until Chloe came into their lives. Both brothers fall for her, each unaware of the other's feelings but determined to keep her around.
Chloe is hopeful that once James and Grant find out how she feels, they won’t dismiss what could be the start of a very special relationship
Most Helpful Customer Reviews
This is the introduction of the Moore brothers, eight brothers who own a hunting lodge in Montana and guide their guests in big game hunting, fishing, and horseback riding, and they are all about to find love. From the set-up, and the author’s writing history, I’m guessing this will be two at a time. Our first book begins with the two eldest brothers of the bunch, James and Grant Moore. Our heroine is Chloe Logan. After 20 years of marriage, she one day finds herself divorced and her ex with another woman. Since her 19 year old daughter is settled in college, she decides to leave home and explore, but a storm comes up and her car goes off the road. Grant sees her car and the brothers all rescue her. Both Grant and James fall for Chloe, and Chloe discovers she has feeling as well. As the three work it out, trouble comes their way. Will they lose Chloe before they work it all out? I enjoyed the book, though I had a couple of minor issues. Grant has a big, bushy beard. While that’s a turn-on for some woman, it just squicked me out. I was also a bit disappointed that Grant mentioned his appetites in the bedroom in the beginning, but the sex was relatively vanilla. I am used to Erika writing things quite a bit spicier, so my expectations were that Grant and James would be much more dominant and Chloe much less aggressive. But still, it was a great book, and I’m very much looking forward to the rest of this series coming out as I highly enjoy Erika Reed’s books!