Daring the Pilot (Men of Marietta Book 3) Kindle Edition
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Ten years ago Jonah rescued Keely from certain death in the mountains and now he's rescued her again when her truck breaks down. Stranding her on the road. But he wasn't prepared for what he saw. Keely has grown up. And she's no longer the cute and nerdy little sister of his best friend. He can't believe how sexy and beautiful she is. But he's always saw the beauty in her. But she's Gabe's baby sister so that means off limits. No matter how much he wants her.
Jonah has grown to be more breathtaking than he was years before. But Keely knows nothing will ever be between them. She has no expert with men and with a man like Jonah she knows it will ever be. But as a sexy calendar fundraiser for the town becomes important and Jonah's dragging his feet to pose, Keely may just have to try and change his mind.
These two have so much chemistry and history together. As much as they fight this attraction the more impossible it becomes. Facing family scrutiny and an unexpected blessing becomes known, betrayal and fear may just year the apart. Loved this story so much and can't wait for more!!
Back years ago. Once they reconnect years later their love blooms. From the time Jonah saved her from her death on the mountain until he rescues her when she is stranded fate intervenes for this couple. Their story is sweet and sexy and will hold your attention. The setting of Copper Mountain appeals to your senses bringing this love story to life. Once again this author has outdone herself. Once I started I could not put this book down. I received an ARC of this book in exchange for an honest review.
Jonah was a great alpha male character. He is a tough guy and a softie all in one. He gives so much to help and protect others. Keely is the nerdy little sister of Jonah's friend from high school. But she has grown up and there's definitely chemistry. I loved Keely's drive and her heart. She is so smart and caring. She and Jonah made such a great pair. I loved reading about them.
Jeannie Moon offers up another fantastic small town romance in Daring the Pilot. Saved by her brother’s best friend ten years before after getting caught in a freak snowstorm in the woods near her Montana home, Keely Andersen never forgot how safe she felt in Jonah Clark’s arms, back in town to complete her research for her doctorate Keely is once again rescued by Jonah when her truck breaks down on the way into town, and finds that being near Jonah gives her all kinds of thoughts but she is sure he still sees her as his friend’s kid sister. I loved the slow burn of this romance, but what I loved more is how much these two admired one another for their accomplishments and for the people they’d become. While there was no denying the chemistry between them, it was the friendship, the trust, and the mutual admiration that made their relationship stand out. From quiet moments spent talking, to hikes in the woods for research, to sensual sexy moments; Daring the Pilot was simply a well written and thoroughly entertaining romance.
For years Keely Andersen has been living in tents and moving from one place to the other all in an attempt to know the world better, to understand its changes, and to hopefully help mankind. Keely is smart and driven, but after the senseless death of a classmate she also began to realize that she missed home and the people and town that meant so much to her. At a crossroads in her life and career, Keely is in town for one year to complete her research what she doesn’t count on is finding Jonah Clark home, out of the Army and working with the rescue squad.
I always enjoy books where the couple has history even when it wasn’t romantic history. Their lives are already intertwined in some way which always enhances the story. Keely harbored feelings for Jonah even when she wasn’t sure what those feelings were, but as he was quite a bit older than her it never went anywhere and Jonah felt protective of her because of her brother, but that didn’t stop him from noticing she had grown into a beautiful woman. I loved that Jonah appreciated Keely’s love of science made her who she was and he wasn’t afraid to ask her questions or try to understand her world. While Jonah didn’t like that Keely saw him as a hero, he accepted her praise because he realized that if he hadn’t saved her all those years ago he might not have survived the loss of her in his life. I loved the closeness they felt to one another the minute the reconnected, but liked that they didn’t rush into anything and really got to know one another as the adults they are now. I adored Jonah’s family, but Keely’s family grated on my nerves a bit with the way they treated her like a young child especially give the fact that she had traveled all over by herself for years.
Daring the Pilot was sweet, sensual, and with enough tension to make the story interesting. If you love small town romance then you don’t want to miss this one from Jeannie Moon!
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