My Kind of Wonderful
by Jill Shalvis
Genre: Contemporary Romance
UNEXPECTED AND UNDENIABLE . . .
Bailey Moore has an agenda: skiing in the Rockies, exploring castles in Europe, ballroom dancing in Argentina. Now that she has a second lease on life, she’s determined not to miss a thing. What she doesn’t realize is that item #1 comes with a six-foot-one ski god hot enough to melt a polar ice cap. She doesn’t want to miss out on him either, but Hudson Kincaid isn’t the type of guy to love and let go. And as gorgeous as Cedar Ridge is, she’s not planning to stick around.
As head of ski patrol at his family’s resort, Hud thinks he’s seen it all. But never has he run into someone like Bailey. She might look delicate, but her attitude is all firecracker. And her infectious joy touches something deep within him that he’s been missing far too long. Now he’ll just have to convince Bailey to take a chance on her biggest adventure yet . . . something rare and all kinds of wonderful.
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New York Times bestselling author Jill Shalvis lives in a small town in the Sierras full of quirky characters. Any resemblance to the quirky characters in her books is mostly coincidental. Look for Jill’s bestselling, award-winning books wherever romances are sold and visit her website for a complete book list and daily blog detailing her city-girl-living-in-the-mountains adventures.
This book grabbed my heart from the start, and never let go.
Bailey Moore is cute, accident prone, funny, and oh yeah, a cancer survivor.
Hudson Kincaid is every girl’s favorite fantasy: tall, handsome, athletic, and a push-over where his mom is concerned. He’s also the glue that holds his family together.
He doesn’t have time to fall in love- lust on the other hand…
This story is in turn, poignant, funny, and heart-wrenchingly sweet as two people with very different agendas find out that love can indeed be some kind of wonderful.
“I understand feminism and I can appreciate the sentiment, but that won’t keep you warm in the stormy times.” Her mom’s voice wavered. “And there are stormy times, Bailey. There are always stormy times.” “Mom.” Bailey stepped in closer and pulled her into a hug. “That’s just life. There’s good and there’s bad. My happiness and safety won’t come from having a man. It comes from me.”
Shalvis, Jill (2015-12-22). My Kind of Wonderful (Cedar Ridge) (p. 219). Grand Central Publishing. Kindle Edition.
I recommend this book to anyone who enjoys witty dialogue, second chances, family values, and above all, breath-stealing romance!
I give My Kind of Wonderful 5 lovely kisses