From the New York Times bestselling author of the Marked Men books comes the next installment in the Saints of Denver series.
Everyone else in Dixie Carmichael’s life has made falling in love look easy, and now she is ready for her own chance at some of that happily ever after. Which means she’s done pining for the moody, silent former soldier who works with her at the bar that’s become her home away from home. Nope. No more chasing the hot as heck thundercloud of a man and no more waiting for Mr. Right to find her; she’s going hunting for him...even if she knows her heart is stuck on its stupid infatuation with Dash Churchill.Denver has always been just a pit stop for Church on his way back to rural Mississippi. It was supposed to be simple, uneventful, but nothing could have prepared him for the bubbly, bouncy redhead with doe eyes and endless curves. Now he knows it’s time to get out of Denver, fast.
For a man used to living in the shadows, the idea of spending his days in the sun is nothing short of terrifying. When Dixie and Church find themselves caught up in a homecoming overshadowed with lies and danger, Dixie realizes that while falling in love is easy, loving takes a whole lot more work…especially when Mr. Right thinks he’s all wrong for you.
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Riveted by Jay Crownover takes use from Denver to Mississippi, and all you need to do is hold on and enjoy the ride. Dixie Carmichael has a serious case of unrequited love, but she’s willing to help Dash Churchill and accompany him on his quest back home. Church has spent years fighting his company, but he’s been avoiding facing his past until he has no choice to be make the trip.
This was a bit different, because it’s not set within the backdrop of Denver, but it worked for this story. Dash was a quiet and broody hero, and I’ll admit at times it got annoying, but I understood the more I read. Dixie is all love and light, and she and Dash complement each other nicely. This book was hot, and the chemistry was interwoven perfectly throughout. It also brought in some interesting characters, and set up the next book in the series rather nicely. Loved it!