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I love Nicole's work and will snap anything I see with her name on it when you throw in a tiger which is my all time favourite animal then you definitely have my attention
When zoologist Willow realises something isn't quite right about where she is working she quickly realises that the animals are been sold on the black market and there is no way she is allowing that to happen to Bruce the Bengal Tiger So she steals a truck a trailer and Bruce and takes off. The only problem is that before she has gotten to where she is heading she breaks down in the car park of a local bar. That bar is owned by single dad Grady McKnight whose entire life revolves around his twin daughters and his bar no matter how many times the local women try to matchmake. Soon he is helping Willow and has a tiger in his home and danger closing in Can he keep her and Bruce safe and can they have a future together you will have to read to see
I was given a copy of this book but this is a true and honest review
Grady is the owner of the local bar, is a single dad with 10 year old twin daughters. His wife died 5 years earlier and his life now is his business and his two girls although the town matchmakers are constantly trying to set him up. One night as he is locking up the bar when he spots a run down truck and trailer in the car park. The driver is a pretty woman named Willow and the truck has broken down. It also turns out that Willow has stolen the truck, trailer and also its contents.....a tiger! Willow is on the run from her previous employers who are animal traffickers and she is trying to get the tiger Bruce to sanctuary. Brady rescues them and hides them away until he can work out how to help Willow, and he tells his daughters Willow is their nanny. As with all Nicole Snow’s stories they are well written, have loveable characters (some zany) and always swoony HEA’s. I loved this story and thoroughly recommend it. Five thumbs up👍👍👍👍👍
I was so excited when I read the blurb to discover that the side character in this story was a Bengal tiger named Bruce. This was hands down my favourite story from this group of fun loving, alpha male, ex-military heroes. The small town in North Dakota gears up for its next adventure when Willow finds herself stranded at the Purple Bobcat, only to be rescued by owner Grady. The last thing he ever expects to find is a tiger chilling in the back of her trailer.
From here, the usual elements come together beautifully to bring you into this tight knit community, where friends are more like family as well as some great humor along the way. I'm loving the guest appearances (Edison is at the top of the list) as well as the expected edge of your seat drama that is always in the background waiting to explode and does it ever! An amazing ending, with a beautiful epilogue to tie a wonderful bow across this amazing story. I absolutely loved every minute. I was fortunate enough to receive an ARC and this is my honest review.
I’ve read the books in this series although not in order but I enjoyed reading them all. As I mentioned with my preview reviews for the books in this series, I love how animals play a part in the story and the protagonists’s life but I find having a tiger is unrealistic. Willow a zoologist saving Bruce from being sold to the blackmarket can be factual to present times as we know that many species are endangered due to the unlawful and inhumane selling of their body parts. But the part where Bruce was kept in a barn that’s “stone-proof” does not convince me and building a sanctuary in their own backyard—kinda unrealistic. Grady must be super rich to own acres of land in order to have built the sanctuary. Overall, I still enjoyed the story.
What a fun trip this was going back to Dallas, North Dakota. Such an entertaining story with all the feels. It was nice to see all the gang from town again as well as watching the hunky Grady open his heart again.