No Getting Over You – Book Seven, MacLarens of Fire Mountain Contemporary Romance Series
Cassie MacLaren has come a long way since being dumped by her long-time boyfriend, a man she believed to be her future. Successful in her job at MacLaren Enterprises, dreaming of one day leading one of the divisions, she's moved on to start a new relationship, having little time to dwell on past mistakes.
Matt Garner loves his job as rodeo representative for Double Ace Bucking Stock. Busy days and constant travel leave no time for anything more than the occasional short-term relationship--which is just the way he likes it. He's come to accept the regret of leaving the woman he loved for the pro rodeo circuit.
The future is set for both, until a chance meeting ignites long buried emotions neither is willing to face.
Forced to work together, their attraction grows, even as multiple arson fires threaten Cassie's new home of Cold Creek, Colorado. Although Cassie believes the danger from the fires is remote, she knows the danger Matt poses to her heart is real.
While fighting his renewed feelings for Cassie, Matt focuses on a new and unexpected opportunity offered by MacLaren Enterprises--an opportunity that will put him on a direct collision course with Cassie.
Will pride and self-preservation control their future? Or will one be strong enough to make the first move, risking everything, including their heart?
No Getting Over You, book seven in the MacLarens of Fire Mountain Contemporary series, is a full-length novel with an HEA.
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A wonderful story of understanding the ups & downs in life, priority, love and family.
A Home Run! Shirleen Davies once again has another home run with No Getting Over You. This time she does it with the story of Cassie MacLaren and Matt Garner. At one time, Cassie and Matt were a couple, but that was some years ago. They were very much in love, but circumstances caused their relationship to end on a sour note. So much so, that years later, when they meet again, the meeting isn't exactly a friendly one. However, all of that begins to change as Cassie and Matt find themselves working together. At first they each tell themselves and others that they can handle it. But, they quickly find that it's not as easy as they thought it would be. Although Cassie and Matt have matured, each of them has a bit of a stubborn streak That stubbornness keeps them from admitting that they still love each other, and neither wants to be the first to break down and admit it. Good thing that there are some around them that aren't afraid to call them out on it, Cassie's friend Jane being one of them. While Cassie and Matt continue their fight against their true feelings, they also find themselves working together in a fight against some mysterious happenings that are going on. And this is where Shirleen Davies shines, that is, in her ability to put all of these elements into a story that draws you in and keeps you there all the way to the end. The way she blends the romance, intrigue, suspense, mystery, and humor together is simply flawless. One of my favorite things is the dialogue between the characters, especially between Cassie and Matt. I love the back and forth banter between them. Very entertaining. I also like how the story keeps you guessing instead of being totally predictable which kept me on the edge of my seat. The other thing I enjoy is the supporting characters. Each of them lends so much to the story without overshadowing the main characters. So when you put all of this together, what I said in the beginning still stands: Shirleen Davies definitely has a home run with No Getting Over You. **********I received a copy of this book in exchange for an honest review. All opinions and viewpoints are my own. In my humble opinion, although this is a contemporary romance with no graphic scenes, I still recommend it for 18+. *********Although this is part of a series, each book can be read as a standalone.