Hunt is a Navy SEAL with a penchant for fixing everyone else's problems, but depending on no one. Carly was a professional surfer before an accident ended her career and made her afraid of the ocean. Her parents are pressuring her to return to their high society life, with prospective groom picked out to accompany her at her sister's wedding. When Carly accidentally faxes an erotic letter to Hunt's office, he follows up in person and is anxious to explore their attraction. He agrees to be her date for the wedding if she'll teach him how to surf. Is she just another project for him? /
A very character-driven story, which I like. Both Hunt and Carly have some notable baggage, but not so much that it overwhelms the reader. There's also a nice side story with Hunt's brother Ty and Carly's best friend Sam. We don't go quite as deep with those two, and they are really more of a plot device for the main couple, but I still liked them both. It's a Blaze imprint, so there are some steamy scenes, but it doesn't feel like the driving force of the story.I had some "WTH?" moments, especially in the bar scene, but mostly enjoyed this story. Not sure whether I would re-read it, but I wouldn't mind reading Cash's story next.
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