This opposites attract is my favourite in the series
My rating: 5 of 5 stars
Very definitely my favourite of the three in this Alaskan set series from Annabeth.
This is a story about second chances, not only at life but at finding your place and the things which are important to you no matter how small or insignificant they may seem.
I felt so bad for Quill, who has had a life which challenged his very sense of self to the point which he locked it away and decided he’d be married to his job as a ranger.
That was until wonderful Owen crashed full tilt into his steady world and thoroughly shook it up.
I loved how Annabeth made this a quiet story, it’s focused on and around the day to day activities of the ranger station and its tiny staff quarters where the two men oh so slowly fall in love.
They are delicious together and quite unexpected in their sexual preferences, nothing more hotter than Quill starting to let go and explore how freeing sex can be when it’s with the right partner.
The tension points felt earned and completely within the drive of the narrative and I was holding my breath even with the Carina Press guarantee of a HEA!
As with the other two, Alaska is as much a character as the humans and wildlife and I’m still totally jealous of my friend Dani who got to read this book on location!
The ending is awesome and I was sad to say goodbye to Quill and Owen as they settled into their Alaskan sunset forever.
#ARC kindly received from the publisher Carina Press via NetGalley in return for an honest and unbiased review.