Saving Grace (Love Under the Big Sky)


Saving Grace
by Kristen Proby
Release Date:  November 30, 2015
Publisher:  Pocket Star
Book #2.5 in the Love Under the Big Sky series
Number of Pages:  86
Kindle edition
Source:  MCL
Contemporary Romance M/F
Rating:  XXX
Read 2/16/19 to 2/17/19

Grace Douglas is on a practice run for her friend Cara Donovan’s bachelorette party ski weekend in Aspen. The problem is, despite living in rugged and picturesque Cunningham Falls, Montana, Grace is the clumsiest person ever born. To prepare for the trip, she is taking lessons at a local ski resort. She just prays that they have an ambulance on standby.

Sexy hotelier Jacob Berkley is ready to play ski instructor, but he quickly discovers that the best place on the mountain for Grace is in the lodge with a hot toddy. Her sense of humor and easy laugh quickly pull him in, and soon he’s determined to help her get off the bunny slope for a fun vacation with her friends. He just didn’t expect their steamy chemistry to trigger an avalanche of desire straight to his heart.

Short, sexy, sweet, romantic…this story is all those things.  I read this one after book 3, Falling for Jillian, but it really belongs before that book and after Seducing Lauren.  But, quite honestly, I didn’t feel it ruined this story to read it out of order.  Grace and Jacob are not deeply entrenched in the other stories.

Grace is so adorable.  She knows her own limitations but is willing to push those limits for those she cares about.  Jacob is patient and caring and sexy.  Put them together and sparks fly.

I’m glad to find this author’s short works as amazing as her full length books.

4.5 stars

About Cheri

I'm the mom of two boys and wife to my high school sweetheart. Our oldest, Josh, is living at home while working and paying off student loans. Our youngest, Griffin recently left his active duty Army job and is now National Guard here at home. He moved back to Michigan with his wife Kirsten and our beautiful granddaughter Hazel. I work part time and try to fit as much reading into my life as possible.
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