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22gigantes.com - GOOD WITH HIS HANDS, BAD FOR HER HEART… Ever since her marriage went up in flames, Olivia Wilder hasn't had the desire for love. But one magical dance with Logan Travers might change all that. The blue-eyed hometown hunk is a bit younger and a whole lot sexier than any man she's ever dated before. This is one carpenter Olivia would like to get to know better, and not just because of his building skills… From his first dance with Olivia, Logan knows there's something special about the beautiful brunette. The more she's determined to keep him at arm's length, the more Logan wants her in his embrace. And the more Olivia says she's just passing through, the more resolved Logan is to make her his, forever.
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Most helpful customer reviews 0 of 0 people found the following review helpful. Great Read By Tena After her husband ran off with his secretary, took all the money and left the town as its worst mayor ever. Olivia picks up the pieces and continues work on the Community Center close to her heart. Enter Logan, a magically dance and her offers to help her finish the Center. But he always maintained when the job was done, he had to leave, too many bad memories in Crimison for him to stay. Ultimately, he sees through her brave act as she does his tough facade and both discover just how right they are for each other. If you enjoy second chance stories with happy endings, this book is for you. A swoon-worthy hero with a bad boy rep and a heart of good, plus a heroine who doesn’t know how strong she really is add up to a great read with an interesting twist. Another book well done by Michelle Major. 0 of 0 people found the following review helpful. Olivia is about to slink out of town after being betrayed and humiliated by her cheating husband when a dance with Sexy bad boy By Jenny stallworth Another home run set in the Colorado mountains from Michelle Major. Olivia is about to slink out of town after being betrayed and humiliated by her cheating husband when a dance with Sexy bad boy Logan makes her reconsider. Olivia sticks to her commitment to open the community center and in the meantime befriends the teenage son of her husband's mistress who was also just as damaged. The chemistry between Olivia and Logan is palpable and addicting - you will not put this book down once you start reading.Michelle's ability to develop characters that feel like your best friend or your brother is spot on. It is so easy to connect with someone in each of her books and this book is no different. I am eagerily awaiting the third installment from Crimson. 0 of 0 people found the following review helpful. Another great story from a rising star By tcsvt This is my favorite of Ms. Major's books -- so far. The pace is quick, the characters are likable. I especially like that the characters are all adults with experience, mistakes, regrets, hopes. It is a refreshing change of pace from the naive hero/heroine that can be so prevalent these days, and feels much more real. I look forward to seeing which supporting characters rise to the spotlight in future installments! See all 26 customer reviews...
R.T. Book s, March 2015 4.5 StarsMajor spins her storytelling web with a visual narrative that enlivens the majestic beauty of Colorado while telling her heartbreaking tale. Her use of timely humor softens the string of tragedy. Watching the couple rise from the ashes of their destructive paths is exhilarating. From the Author Excerpt. © Reprinted by permission.All rights reserved. Logan Travers tipped the beer bottle to his lips as he scanned the guests at the reception. They'd sentoff Josh and Sara half an hour ago in a flurry of well wishes and whistles, but the absence of the brideand groom hadn't seemed to dampen the party atmosphere in the least. He was happy for Josh, andSara seemed amazing, but that didn't mean he liked wedding receptions.He curled two fingers into his collar and tried to stretch the starched fabric. This was the first timein his life he'd worn a tuxedo, and he hoped it would be the last. He was ready to head back to Josh'sranch and crawl into bed for the night. His brother Jake had left already, using the fact that he wasdriving Josh's daughter, Claire, home as an excuse. Logan figured it had more to do with Jake's needto get away from the boisterous crowd drinking and dancing in the private reception hall above one ofCrimson's popular downtown restaurants.Logan had been close to making his own escape, but his new sister-in-law had cornered him on herway out and made him promise to dance with one of her single friends before he left. He'd workedhis butt off all night to avoid getting entangled with any of the women at the wedding, limiting hisdancing to his thirteen-year-old niece. But he'd been unable to resist Sara's plea.Now he surveyed the couples on the dance floor and the people scattered at tables around theroom. His eye caught on a woman seated by herself to the side of the dance floor. She looked asuncomfortable as he felt. Her dress was pale pink and her hair was pulled back from her face in an almost severe knot at the back of her head. Sara had described her friend Olivia as a very prettylibrarian type. Logan didn't know if he agreed with that, but decided she must be the woman.As he approached her, the music changed to a slow ballad. Damn. He'd been hoping to make itthrough some hokey line dance with her and call it good. He thought about ducking away, but her gazelifted to his so there was no turning back."Would you care to dance?" he asked, stretching out his hand, palm up.She eyed his fingers as if they were spikes on a cactus. "Why are you asking?"He hadn't expected her question. Logan couldn't remember the last time--if ever--a woman had offered any resistance to his interest in her. One side of his mouth lifted. "We're at a wedding.There's music." He took a step closer and brought his hand to his hip. "I'm Logan Travers, Josh'sbrother."Her big gray eyes flicked to his before returning to the dance floor. "I know who you are, and I'mguessing Sara put you up to this."He didn't bother to deny it. "I don't know her well, but she's pretty insistent when she wantssomething.""They've left," the woman answered tonelessly. "You're off the hook."That was exactly what he'd wanted mere minutes ago, but now he felt like he was getting the brush-off. "You don't think she'll be looking for a report after the honeymoon?""You seem to know Sara better than you think." Her mouth curved into a genuine smile. Loganlifted his hand to his collar again, unable to explain the heat that shot through his spine. The womanstood and he was surprised at her height, especially since her shoes had very little heel.She was nowhere near as tall as he was, but at six-foot-three he was used to towering over mostpeople. She was just a slip of a thing but only had to tip her head a bit to look him in the eye.Suddenly he wanted nothing more than to take her in his arms and discover if she'd fit there as well ashe thought she would."I'm Olivia," she said and extended her hand.He covered her fingers in his and tugged her toward the dance floor."You don't have to do this," she protested."I want to." He pulled her into his arms, maybe a bit closer than was necessary.Automatically, her left hand came to rest on his shoulder as he kept her right one wrapped in his.He couldn't help but notice the enormous diamond on her ring finger. He was almost blinded as itcaught the light. Sara had asked him to dance with her single friend, but the ring meant there was moreto the story.He tried to ignore his curiosity as his fingers brushed the gauzy fabric of her dress along her back.A few pieces of mahogany-colored hair fell loose against her neck and he reveled in their softness asthe strands grazed his cheek. She smelled like flowers, and he resisted the urge to bury his face in thecrook of her neck and breathe in the fragrance.He gave himself a few moments to regain his control. Clearly he'd been too long without thecompany of a woman based on his body's reaction to Olivia. She wasn't his type in any way. She wastoo refined, too fragile, too reserved. Logan liked his female companions loud and fun. He was in itfor a down-and-dirty good time. Everything about Olivia screamed out of your league. He was smartenough to believe it."Why don't you have a date?" he couldn't help asking.He felt her body stiffen but her voice was calm when she answered. "My husband was a serialcheater who ran off with his secretary a few months ago."His step almost faltered at her blunt honesty. He leaned back to look into her eyes. "Then he didn'tdeserve you in the first place," he told her quietly.Her breath hitched as her mouth formed a perfect O. There was a bleakness in her gaze, a quietdesperation that Logan hadn't seen in a woman since he'd looked into his twin sister's eyes almostten years ago. Olivia Wilder was broken, he realized. He didn't know her husband, but had the fiercedesire to plow his fist into the other man's jaw."He wanted to discover his bliss," she said after a minute. "The life we had was stifling for him." "Tell me you're not defending the jerk."She shook her head but her eyes dropped to his bow tie. "It will be better in the long run.""Is that what he told you?""It's what I tell myself to get through each day," she answered then blinked, her eyes filling withtears.The music ended and she pulled away, but he held on to her hand. "Let's get a beer."She shook her head as if realizing she'd revealed too much but followed as he led her off the dancefloor toward the bar. He could feel the weight of the stares from the other guests. He hadn't steppedfoot in Crimson in close to a decade and saw no point in making friends during this return trip. Heplanned to get the hell out of town as soon as Josh and Sara returned from Hawaii.Without letting go of Olivia's hand, he grabbed two beers from the bartender and made a pathtoward the hallway that led to the stairs by the main restaurant. He wanted to head outside, but heknew it was too cold for her in that thin dress. It was late March and at the nine-thousand-foot altitudewhere Crimson sat nestled in a valley high in the Rocky Mountains of Colorado, the temperature atnight was still below freezing.Instead, he took her to the back of the restaurant, which was empty so late on a Saturday night. Hepulled out a chair and she sank down, cradling her head in her hands as her shoulders shook."Go away," she mumbled between her fingers.Logan opened the beer bottles and sat one on the table in front of her. "Drink this." About the Author Michelle Major grew up in Ohio but dreamed of living in the mountains. Soon after graduating with a degree in Journalism, she pointed her car west and settled in Colorado. Her life and house are filled with one great husband, two beautiful kids, a few furry pets and several well-behaved reptiles. She’s grateful to have found her passion writing stories with happy endings. Michelle loves to hear from her readers at www.michellemajor.com.
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