I received this book for free from in exchange for an honest review. This does not affect my opinion of the book or the content of my review.His Until Sunrise by Joy Avery
on August 2, 2014
Pages: 270 pages
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After learning her boss has scheduled a mandatory team-building excursion, financial planner Nona Rogers panics. What does she know about camping? Nada. Zilch. Heck, she doesn’t even like picnics. And the thought of sleeping amid bugs and wild animals knots her stomach.
No way can she risk looking like an idiot in front of her colleagues. Taking proactive measures, she acquires the services of a guide to give her a crash-course in camping. Seven days living off the land. How hard could it be? Nona swallows those words when she meets the sexy titan tasked with leading her into the wild. Getting mauled by a bear quickly becomes the least of her worries.
Mason Tinsdale’s first love has always been oil rigging. But a horrible accident has him doubting the job—more importantly, himself. Seven days in the Indigo Falls wilderness is just what he needs to sort out his thoughts. Then he meets Nona Rogers. He’s convinced the gorgeous woman is going to be far more trouble than she’s worth. And he’s right. However, there’s something about the feisty vixen that makes her irresistible.
Two guarded hearts. Seven days alone. An attraction that can’t be denied.
In this offering from Joy Avery, we meet Nona Rogers – her boss proposes a week-long camping trip as a team building opportunity. She hires someone to give her a seven-day crash course in camping as living in the outdoors for a day let alone a week has never been high on her list of things to be done, ever.
Martin Tinsdale volunteers to be her camping guide so to clear his head and take a much-needed break from his oil rigging job because of a horrible accident that claimed the lives of several men on his watch that he still feels responsible for. He is grappling with the decision to return to work or not.
I did enjoy the heat between these two characters and the story, but I wanted more. While it was a sweet romance it felt too predictable but with that said, it was still an interesting story.
This is my first Joy Avery book that I have read; it will not be my last. I recommend you buy this book.
Reviewed by: Linda C.