Dependable Devyn Voss is no stranger to cleaning up her mother’s messes, but this one’s gone supernova. In search of love, her flighty mom has invited all of her exes to celebrate her Christmastime 50th birthday. Which is trouble enough, but only gets worse when Devyn’s former stepbrother shows up to the party. His dark brown eyes and lazy smile still setting sparks off inside of Devyn that she’s desperate to ignore.
Nashville songwriter Vaughn Taylor only came to the party to support his dad. And if he happens to see his pretty ex-stepsister there, that’s just fine. But the minute he lays eyes on her, he’s gripped by all his old desires--to undo all her uptight and get past that guarded exterior.
They were never supposed to see each other again, but now that they have--all those sparks have become a bonfire. But will this little bit of Christmas crazy last... or will it end with the season?
How could something that should be so wrong feel so right?
Devyn Voss arrived in Jackson Hole, Wyoming, for her mother's crazy Christmas/50th birthday celebration where she invited all of her exes (who does that?), family and friends. Devyn considered herself a good girl and refused to be like her mother who always drifted from one man to the next. But when Devyn runs into her almost-stepbrother, Vaughn Taylor, after not seeing him in ten years, her mind went somewhere she knew it shouldn’t have. And, Devyn really shouldn't have gone with Vaughn up to his hotel room. That night changed Devyn in ways she never thought possible.
Vaughn was in town with his father who had hopes of hooking up again with Melody, Devyn’s mother, again. He needed to keep an eye on his father to make sure he didn’t fall for Melody’s charm. But Vaughn didn’t expect he would be the one falling under the spell of a woman too. One night with Devyn and Vaughn couldn’t get her out of his head. He will do anything to have her in his life.
I really enjoyed this book. It was a fun and totally unexpected story line. The writing was fantastic and not detail was missed.