Winter Nobleman is complicated. To say the least.
It was supposed to be simple. Go to Paris, find a client’s daughter, and close a multi-million-dollar deal. Easy. Then I meet her. Stormy blue eyes, quick wit, and the secrets she keeps on the tip of her tongue make me forget my mission for a moment, or six, and why I’m in Paris in the first place--to bring her home.
Distracted by her beauty, I fail to notice the others lurking with missions of their own.
Bennett Everest is the twist I never saw coming. Talk about perfect timing.
He steals my breath the first time I see him and breathes hope back into my heart. He’s a giant in my eyes, a king among men with patience and love to share in spades. Six foot three. Whiskey-colored eyes. Solid gold on the inside.
Despite the dirty deeds of my past, he sees the person I am meant to be and not the person I have become.
If the lies don’t kill us, will the truth set us free?
4 Star Review by Ashley
Oh my goodness. I think S.L. Scott saved the best of the Everest brothers for last. Because Force of Nature was dumb good! It was romantic and dangerous and sexy and twisted. I was glued to my kindle from the first page and didn't want to put it down.
I liked Winter. She was selfless and brave and sassy and cautious. She had to be considering the situation she found herself right at the core of. But when she met Bennett, all bets were off. She was drawn to the strong and sure man. There was something about his presence that let her relax and just be in the moment- not thinking seven steps ahead. And could Bennett have been any more swoony? The way he just let himself be with Winter was sigh inducing.
Little did Winter know that Bennett was keeping his own secret. And when she reveals the truth of just how tangled her mess it, and who was behind it, Bennett stepped up and in to try and set things straight. Talk about heart pumping. These two were thrown into some perilous situations and how they made it out unscathed still blows my mind.
But oh what a sweet little turn things took when the clue that they had been searching for all along turns up in the most unlikely of places. It was bittersweet for Winter but also just the thing she needed to put her past to rest and keep building her future with Bennett.
Honestly, I could not put Force of Nature down. This book is everything I want. Heat and random bits of humor. Mystery and danger. Family and friendships. It didn't hurt that the rest of the Everest brothers, and their ladies, were along for the ride. But it was Winter and Bennett's whirlwind romance that made this book thoroughly addicting.
About the Author
Living in the capital of Texas with her family, Scott loves traveling and avocados, beaches, and cooking with her kids. She's obsessed with epic romances and loves a good plot twist. Her favorite color is blue, but she likens it more toward the sky than the emotion. Her home is filled with the welcoming symbol of the pineapple and finds surfing a challenge though she likes to think she's a pro.
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