Series: Love By Design #3
Author: M.C. Cerny
Genre: Contemporary Romance/Romantic Comedy
Release Date: October 29, 2019
Whittaker Jones could have funded the Interior Department’s conservation budget with his own pinup calendar.
The last thing this sexy forest ranger wanted was to go on a search and rescue mission for a stubborn college co-ed throwing a temper tantrum. He’s got a hot date manning his front porch like a grumpy old man in his rocker with a carton of take-out for dinner.
Amelia Rae Faust hates the outdoors, man buns, and lying, crush stealing roommates.
A hike in the woods turned into an existential vision quest for the girl without a plan. She wasn’t supposed to get lost, or have a one night stand with the surly forest ranger. His body heat is far too tempting and a night of survival becomes something more.
Julia’s 🎩🎩🎩🎩🎩 hat review:
Heartburn is going to leave you with a huge smile on your face and a happy sigh. I have loved getting to know this tight group of friends and knew I’d want Whit and Lia’s story!
Whit is so freaking sweet. Did not expect that at all! He literally falls head over heels for the quirky and insecure Lia. Whit shows his sweet side as well as his insecure side. Lia is sweet and sassy. I loved her old soul. She may be 20, but her soul is much older. She goes toe to toe with Whit and I loved their verbal foreplay!
I feel this book so hard! I met the love of my life when I was 21 and he was 32. So I could relate with Lia a lot. We had the same ups and downs they did, but came out better for it. Whit and Lia will knock you off your feet! They just ooze love. As much as I loved this story, I did feel that it was a bit rushed towards the end. I wish we had a bit more of Whit and Lia in their new transition. Overall, it was a solid read with solid characters and I hate that it ended!
Releasing December 3
M.C. Cerny is a USA Today Bestselling author of fresh and sexy books. She fell in love with books after experiencing her first real ugly cry reading, Where The Red Fern Grows. Her debut romantic suspense novel, Flashpoint was written in a series of post-it-note ramblings that would likely make her idol Tom Clancy and her mother blush. She calls rural NJ home with her menagerie of human and feline fur-babies. When M.C. is not writing, you’ll find her lurking in Starbucks, running stupid marathons, singing Disney show tunes, and searching out the perfect shade of pink nail polish.