Barrett, Vermont, home to nearly as many goats as people. It’s the perfect picturesque spot to stop for cocoa after a ski trip or to buy your Christmas tree from a hunky farmer wearing snug jeans and a pair of well-worn boots. Kiley St. Claire isn’t there for either. She’s come home for one reason and one reason only: make enough money waiting tables at the local tourist trap to survive her final semester of graduate school. Of course she is going to have to see that Christmas tree farmer eventually. That’s fine; Kiley isn’t the same nerdy little girl he palled around with. Nope, she’s done crushing on Cole Thomas. Totally done.
Cole thought he was ready, but seeing Kiley again is a punch to the gut. She rejected him and ran away without explanation. He still couldn’t imagine a future with another woman. Now at least he’ll have a chance to say what he’s needed to say for years and then, just maybe, he’ll be ready to move on. He only wishes she didn’t look so damn good in her uniform.
What they’re saying about it:
“Overall, A Late Thaw was highly enjoyable and the perfect little feel good story that gave me the warm fuzzies. For a well-written, fast, sweet and sassy read I recommend picking up A Late Thaw.” -Nina, Nina’s Literary escape
“This was a great quick read. I found myself connecting with the characters right away and the humor was such a nice touch. If you are looking for a novella with sweet romance, hot characters and a laugh out loud humor this book is the one for you.”
Anne reviewing for Satin Sheets Romance BlogSpot