that marriage isnít what she thought it would be. Once the
ring went on her finger she is suddenly alone more than she
was when she was single. She is working in a diner and hating
every minute of it and never sees her husband as he prefers
the company of either his buddies, a bottle or both, to her.
to change everything and asks for a divorce, which her husband
doesnít fight. Then she moves to a remote part of Maine and
is studying to be a web designer. She likes her new place but
is shocked by the number of things that everyone seems to know
about each other in a small town.
At the local
market she meets the owner Tom and they instantly click. But,
after their first date which Rose thought was amazing he
suddenly becomes illusive and doesnít call. Tom is concerned
that the large surprise that he is hiding in his jeans will be
the ruin of their relationship and figures the best way to
avoid the break up is to not get involved.
that if he is ignoring her she will ignore him and date. But,
she finds herself thinking of Tom frequently. Will one of
them come to their senses?
Mead Steed is a fun fast paced story with quite a few
well written steamy scenes. It is an enjoyable read, though
if you are from Maine you might find the stereotypes a bit
over the top. Rusty Wicks obviously enjoys writing humorous
scenes and does a good job in this story. This story is for
you if you canít resist a hot man, irresistible girl and a
Moose or two thrown in.