Jarrah Donaldson has inherited a new
home where she intends to live for today. When she arrives,
she is surprised by a large dog, and even more surprised
with how much she is attracted to the dog’s sexy owner.
Twain Morgan just wants to be left
alone. The last thing he wants is someone ruining the peace
in his life. He is still mourning the loss of his wife and
people just complicate things. Jarrah seems like a
distraction at first, but then he finds himself looking
forward to their time together.
Good Intentions was a
fairly decent read. The characters had depth and the
chemistry between the two was hot. Unfortunately, the last
twenty pages or so before the epilogue seemed forced to me.
The characters had just had a touching scene and it felt
done to me, and then there was more to read. The epilogue
fit back in with Good Intentions and so it
ended on a good note.