Together they find a special love-can it survive the threat stalking her?
Some small towns grow really good looking men! This is the case with the four Chase brothers. The home grown hotties are on the wishlist of every single woman in town and Maggie Wright is no exception.
Maggie has finally had it with the men she's been dating but a spilled plate of chili cheese fries drops Shane Chase right into her lap. The sheriff is hot stuff but was burned by a former fiancee and is quite happy to play the field.
After Shane's skittishness sends him out the door, Maggie realizes that Kyle Chase has had his eye on her from the start. Now that Shane has messed up, Kyle has no intention of letting anything stop him from wooing her right into his bed.
Despite Maggie's happiness and growing love with Kyle, a dark shadow threatens everything-she's got a stalker and he's not happy at all. In the end, Maggie will need her wits, strength and the love of her man to get her out alive.
This story beings with Maggie just breaking up with her boyfriend Sam. She's known for a while that its been over, so now its time to move on. And she runs right into Shane Chase literally.. Shane however is a player and doesn't want to settle down so when his skittishness makes him take off running from Maggie. Kyle, Shane's brother, steps up to the plate. He thinks the way Shane treated her was horrible, and now its his turn to make Maggie his. He's had his eye on her for a while, and he's not about to let her slip away.
I have to say I really enjoyed this book, it was very good. It had a little bit of suspense, lots of drama, and major romance... I love Maggie, and Kyle together. They are perfect for each other. And I was afraid to read the book at first because I thought it would be a love triangle but it didn't end up like that at all, so I was very pleased with it.
However, the only thing that really bugged me was about half way through it seemed the was kind of a lull in the story before the storm, and it was a little bit on the boring side. Then a lot of the dialogue was over the top, and cheesy/corny. But once I got over that I really enjoyed everything else about the book, and I look forward to reading the rest in this series as well.