"Love was the enemy. But when she looked at Mason, she didn't feel threatened, she felt hopeful."
Barely hanging on after narrowly escaping an abusive relationship, Cassie Alan is running dangerously low on funds. After her job hunt comes up empty, she wishes for a miracle, only for the skies to turn black and dump on her. That pretty much sums up her life. But then he shows up. With the promise of a warm truck and a list of people who would vouch he's not a serial killer, Cassie accepts the ride. What she doesn't expect is for her entire life to change when she steps into the old truck.
New business owner Mason Hayes has a very strict rule: Do not mix business and pleasure. Until he hires the beautiful rain-soaked girl he rescued on the side of the road and finds it impossible to resist her. With each innocent touch and passion fueled gaze, his desires only grow. Afraid to scare her away and determined to gain Cassie's trust, Mason gives Cassie complete control over the pace of their budding relationship.
As Cassie slowly opens up, revealing her dark past and shameful secrets, Mason sees beyond the scars to the strong fighter she really is. But when the past she ran away from threatens their happily ever after, will Cassie find the strength Mason sees in her to fight back?
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- Delia Chavez
I loved this book. It was an emotional listen and it did touch on some hard subjects. Mason is amazing, patience, and understanding of what Cassie has been though. This was by far my favorite book from this series so far.
- Anne W. Barker
Recommend this series!
I was provided an audible version by the author in exchange for an honest review.
Wow, this book was excellent. I have read multiple books from The Red Maple Falls series and I do read them out of order it seems. Each book follows a different couple and references other books but I feel like you still don’t need to read them in order to understand what is happening.
This book follows Cassie and Mason. From the books I’ve read, this was a deep one that deals with a harder hitting topic than the others. I think that the narrator did a great job but whenever I picture the characters voices in my head, I do imagine a younger sounding voice.
Overall, I really enjoyed this book and I definitely recommend this series.