That’s where the normalcy of this honeymoon ends.
Almost wed Breanne, I say that because she was left at the altar, is determined to take advantage of the mountain resort reserved for the honeymoon because she deserves it; even if she didn’t get married.
When she barely arrives in a blizzard, she’s not sure the worst has happened yet. She finds Cooper, a very hot and burned-out cop, in her room. The last thing she wants is another man to deal with. Let alone that the electricity is out and she’s terrified of the dark. Sounds like a preposterous fear to wreck a vacation, but there’s more. A dead body and the whole resort staff and guests are suspects.
This is a fun story to spend your time with. The characters were endearing, full of personality, and full of kooky conflicts. At the beginning, I had also wondered how Breanne could possibly have a happily ever after considering her current love life. Maybe it’s her slightly naïve and blundering moments that finally work for her.
Take a peek and I’m sure you’ll be cheering for Breanne and Cooper.