Wednesday, July 26, 2017

REVIEW: Need You Now by Nicole Helm


Synopsis:

He’s mountain-tough. She’s city-smart. The sparks are about to fly…

Only the most resilient of souls could breathe new life into an all-but-forgotten town nestled in the shadow of the Rocky Mountains—but what they get in return might be worth the heartache it takes to make it happen…

Gracely, Colorado, was once a booming mining town. No one knows that better than Brandon Evans. His father’s company kept the town thriving for years—until Brandon threatened to expose his illegal practices and drove him away. Everyone blames Brandon and his brother for turning Gracely into a ghost town—but the tenacious residents cling to a long-held legend about the land’s healing powers. And Brandon has a plan to spin that legend into reality…

Lilly Preston took a leap of faith and moved to Gracely a year ago to save her nephew from an abusive situation. She would do anything for him, even sacrifice her glamorous job. Reluctantly, the former PR hot shot takes a job at the ruggedly handsome Evans brothers’ Mile High Adventures, a company offering restorative Rocky Mountain vacations.

Brandon thinks PR is pointless, and Lilly knows less than nothing about the outdoors. Which is exactly why they need each other—in ways neither ever imagined…

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MY REVIEW

I received a copy of this book in exchange for an honest review.

4 out of 5 stars

Need You Now, the first Mile High Romance by Nicole Helm was such a good romance. It wasn't my favorite book by Nicole given that that spot is still taken by True-Blue Cowboy Christmas, but it's definitely my second favorite. I wholeheartedly enjoyed reading about Brandon and Lilly. Lilly was a good heroine. I loved how determined and loyal she was. As for Brandon, he was bit grouchy, but he was still likable.All in all he was good man, trying to fix his father's mistakes, which was quite honorable. The romance developed a lot slower than I usually like in the romances that I read, but the author developed it so wonderfully that I really worked and I found myself really loving these two together. All in all this book was a good series starter and I recommend it.

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