Publisher: Tule Publishing
Roommates with benefits. A temporary arrangement between two people with time on their hands. Who could possibly get hurt
“Get your Zip On” – That’s Tucker Montgomery‘s slogan for the new zip line he’s building near Marietta, Montana. But before Tucker can get the first pole in the ground, he suffers an injury that could cost him everything, until help arrives in a surprising–but gorgeous–package: Amanda Heller. They’ll share her grandmother’s guesthouse while he supervises the old Victorian’s restoration… all with the added benefit of exploring a sizzling mutual attraction. Amanda Heller knows her exile to Montana is her family’s excuse to spare them the embarrassing fallout from her very public break-up with her ex-boss’s son that left her jobless and living in her parent’s Manhattan home. But then Amanda strikes a bargain with injured, sexy businessman Tucker Montgomery, who needs a place to stay while recovering. A hot summer fling seems just the thing for Amanda and Tucker, something to enjoy for a month or two tops. Most certainly not long enough to fall in love….
- Kathryn Shaw
Terrific Story Believable story including the line between elder abuse and elder care. Writing is choppy in places.
- Laura Keller
Great story. Definitely good author. Looking forward more of her stories.
- C.J. Sansone-Webb
Good read. Good ending
- Sally Stearns-Beane
A great read Covers every aspect of a romance. I can’t wait to read the rest of the series.
- Marty Caldwell
Montana Rouge Loved this story. It was exciting to read. Kind of wished her mom and dad had got their come uppance.
- Nancy Collins
Tucker Montgomery has come to Marietta to open a zip line and breaks his foot in the process. Amanda Hellers has come to town to oversee getting her grandmothers house ready to sell for her parents. Tucker was raised by his grandparents can not understand why Amanda has not spent any time with her grandmother. When Amanda goes back home with her mother she misses Tucker. Amanda stands up to her parents and wants to go take care of her grandmother and with the help of Tucker’s mom she finds him and he wants to be with her in Marietta.
- Kristy Loftis
Tucker Montgomery is starting a new business of zip lines in Marietta Montana. After getting hurt he isn’t allowed to be on the work site and entrusts the work to his good friend Justin. This leaves Tucker to find himself a temporary and strikes up a deal with Amanda Heller. Amanda has been sent from New York to Montana to set up care for her grandmother after she disappointed her parents. While in Montana she learns a new way to life but will she stick to it when her mom comes to town?
- Denise Holcomb
Tucker is changing careers with his new zipline line adventure and leaving his male dancing career behind–with a farewell performance right after his leg heals. The last thing he needs is a complication like Amanda. A little fling maybe, but nothing more. Amanda is on a mission to make up for disappointing her family–fix up her grandmother’s house, put her grandmother in a home, and maybe she’ll get her NY career back. Funny thing, emotions are never in play in her family. She can no longer be heartless while getting to know her grandmother, and Tucker is more than a fling. Family secrets revealed, ties untangled, and love prevails!
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