The Bluff by Willa Nash is now live!
As Calamity’s newest resident, Everly Christian thought life in small-town Montana would be dull and tame–and she needs a little mundane after the last few chaotic years. But one night, boredom drives her to the local bar, where she finds herself sitting beside a handsome and mysterious artist.
The man is anything but dull and tame, especially in the bedroom, and when she steps out of his shower and overhears his conversation, life gets interesting again.
Reese Huxley needs a wife.
And why shouldn’t Everly be the bride?
She’s got her reasons for agreeing to the hasty nuptials–reasons she’s keeping to herself. As long as she can stop herself from falling in love with her husband, she’ll make it out of this sham marriage in one piece. But Everly has a weakness for wayward men, and the more Hux pushes her away, the more she realizes this bluff is anything but a lie.
And here I thought Willa Nash came out swinging with the first book in the series. Nope, The Bluff went and knocked me not only off my feet, but off the planet with how fantastic it is. The Bluff isn’t the typical heavier suspense you usually get from Devney, this I would say is more emotional suspense…idk if that’s a thing but that’s what I’m calling it. I was so heavily invested in the relationship between Hux and Everly every emotional moment of it had me on my toes just waiting to see what was coming with these two.
Each of them having suffered tremendously in the past, they were both all about no strings. But the chemistry between them was more than undeniable. It was clear they were meant to be, but those walls they both had were quite tall. Even before those walls crumbled down though, you could feel how magical the feelings that existed between them were.
I loved every single page of this highly emotional, definitely steamy, and swoony read!