- File Size: 3646 KB
- Print Length: 152 pages
- Simultaneous Device Usage: Unlimited
- Publisher: SDG Publishing (September 15, 2016)
- Publication Date: September 15, 2016
- Sold by: Amazon Digital Services LLC
- Language: English
- ASIN: B01M1F8JF0
- Text-to-Speech: Enabled
- Word Wise: Enabled
- Lending: Enabled
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If Ever I Would Leave You: A Montana Rescue Prequel Kindle Edition
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This was a lovely read, really a 4.5 for me, if it were full length, I would have probably given it a 5! A prequel Novella to the Montana Fire Series that sets the backdrop for the beginning of the series. No HEA, but definitely a perfectly drawn portrait of a small town, a working relationship that is developing into something more, a crisis, and how small things can lead to hurts and misunderstandings. Both the H and the h are hurting and wanting something more from their working relationship. They are definitely friends, and both with hurts that have shaped them, and have left them lonely. Sierra definitely has her heart in the right place, and her faith in her head, hands, and heart. Ian is devastated as his niece leaves and is lost to him, and he is hoping not for good. As they search for Esme and Dante, they are each hoping for healing, for hope in something good to come, and that their friendship will ease their loneliness and heal their hearts. There is the spark, chemistry, and great writing (as always) in this novel, as always with SMW writing. Perfect read for me.
Can't wait to finish this series.
Then someone goes missing, and we get some depth to the characters as we learn their life stories. I was frustrated that Sierra knew what had likely happened with the missing person yet waited 3 days before suggesting that option to anyone, even if she thought Ian wouldn't listen. Talk about potentially wasting time and effort. I was surprised that the story ended so abruptly with little resolved except that there would be a future romance between the two.
The Christian element was Sierra consoling Ian about how dark it is in the valleys of life but that God is with us and will take us back to strength/mountaintops again. There was no bad language or sex scenes.
I forgot that this was a novella for a hot minute and started to get antsy wanting them to find Esme with the quickness. DRAMA! Then I realized it's a "TBC" situation for the next book most likely. Darn appetizer prequels! Now I just HAVE to continue reading all these stories because Warren has a way with suspenseful plot development woven throughout a seriously sizzling chemistry between main characters that leaves me a little breathless for more. I can't wait to see what happens to everyone!