She can’t stand him. He loathes her. Fate has other plans.
When a snowstorm strands these enemies in an abandoned cabin, will they begin to see each other in a whole new way?
After fighting her way out of poverty, Stormi Collins is finally going places. She’s just taken a job at Emerson Pass Art Gallery and her wedding photography business is back to where it was before the forest fire took out half their town. Best of all? She can now quit her job as the photographer of their small-town newspaper working for the detestable Huck Clifton.
Huck Clifton gave up his work as a war correspondent in Afghanistan to buy his hometown newspaper. Haunted by what he saw during the war, all he wants is a quiet life in his new home. But all that’s thwarted when he and Stormi are stranded together during a snowstorm. Will the forced proximity make these enemies lovers?
They say no. But destiny has a way of changing everything.
In this the fourth installment in Tess Thompson’s Emerson Pass Contemporaries readers are treated to a classic enemies-to-lovers romance. Enjoy this clean and wholesome small-town saga as a standalone or as part of the series. Grab it for a cozy read today!
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