One Love by Christie Ridgway is LIVE!
Genre: Contemporary Romance
Release Date: July 18th
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Mackenzie Walker is attempting to enjoy the last of her siblings’ weddings when her long-lost first love, Alexander “Zan” Elliott, crashes the reception. During the last ten years she’s cultivated her reputation as tough and unsentimental, but one glimpse of Zan softens her heart and sets her pulse racing. But he claims to be a short-timer in the area and she’ll never admit—not even to herself—she’s been carrying a torch for him all this time.
Zan Elliott has business at Blue Arrow Lake and then he’ll go right back to his wandering-the-world life as a documentary filmmaker. But seeing the Walkers again, seeing Mac again, brings back the best of childhood memories. There are lessons he learned then too, however. Love means loss and starting things up once more with Mac might ultimately hurt them both. Yet battling his feelings is getting more difficult by the day…
Winter is anything but cold in the snowy mountains surrounding beautiful Blue Arrow Lake as a reunion between two former lovers sparks a brand new fire.
This is an enhanced version of a book previously published as CAN’T FIGHT THIS FEELING and includes extras.
One love, is book four and last in the series. This is Mac and Zan’s story, they had grown up together and then became an item before Zan went off to be a documentary film maker and traveled the world. It is now ten years later and he has come back to Walker Mountain to settle his grandfather’s affairs.
The Walkers are a large and close family, all the siblings have found their loves except Mac and it has left her very bitter and Zan coming back and wanting her back in his bed is not helping. I became very annoyed with Mac and Zan they drove me mad. I found it hard to warm up to them. I did love the rest of the family and Tilda and Ash.
I think to get fall enjoyment you need to read the series. The sibling all have great stories to read. It was Mac and Zan didn’t do for me, and it could have been a lot shorter. The epilogue and the weddings was a great finish to the series.
I received a copy of this book in exchange for an honest review.