Risking It AlleBook - 2016
Who doesn't love Naked Men? In Christi Barth's irresistible series, a group of close-knit friends talk out their problems with naked honesty on a popular blog. Bonded by a high-school tragedy, they're moving on from the past--and fighting for the future with strong and sassy women. Griffin Montgomery helps people. As a teenager, he kept his best friends alive after their soccer team's bus crashed in the Alps. Now, as a Coast Guard search and rescue pilot, he saves lives with reckless abandon--until he goes too far and earns a lengthy suspension. Working on the Naked Men projects keeps his mind busy, but Griff's itching to get back in the action. That's when he finds his latest rescue mission: a pretty wallflower who's stuck in her comfort zone. Chloe Widmore doesn't take risks. As a professional letter writer, she gets enough excitement out of expressing other people's emotions. So when the hottest man she's ever seen invades her coffee shop, Chloe surprises herself with how much she wants to be with him. Routines make her feel safe. Griff makes her deliciously unsafe, in so many ways. But falling for him is one risk she might just have to take . . . whether she's ready or not.Advance praise for Risking It All "The perfect escapist read--sweet and sexy, with an ending that will remind you of all the reasons you love romance."--USA Today bestselling author Lauren Layne "Smart, sexy, and flat-out fun, Risking It All is one story readers will have a hard time putting down. Christi Barth's heroes will make you laugh, sigh, and swoon--what could be better?"--USA Today bestselling author Kimberly Kincaid"Something special happens when Chloe and Griffin meet. Christi Barth takes you on a journey of discovery you won't want to put down."--Vonnie Davis, author of the Highlander's Beloved series Includes a special message from the editor, as well as an excerpt from another Loveswept title.
Publisher: New York : Loveswept, an imprint of Random House, 
Copyright Date: ©2016
Characteristics: 1 online resource text file
Call Number: eBook
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