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Claiming Her Forever: A Small Town Alpha Mountain Man Romance (Men of Rocky Mountain) Kindle Edition
- ASIN : B08W5HMCQ9
- Publication date : May 3, 2021
- Language : English
- File size : 2668 KB
- Simultaneous device usage : Unlimited
- Text-to-Speech : Enabled
- Screen Reader : Supported
- Enhanced typesetting : Enabled
- X-Ray : Enabled
- Word Wise : Enabled
- Print length : 238 pages
- Lending : Enabled
- Best Sellers Rank: #1,767 in Kindle Store (See Top 100 in Kindle Store)
- Customer Reviews:
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Ladies, especially if any young girls read this, please NEVER let a man treat you this way!!!
Sawyer is still mending from his ex-wife’s cheating with his best friend Tanner. He’s sworn off attachments and likes living as a mountain man. But he can’t fight the way he is drawn to Quinn. He is a grumpy, moody man who seems to scare Quinn off one minute only to flirt with her the next. Adding to all this off-the-charts chemistry, Quinn is a virgin!
So many OMG moments: their meet-cute or the muffin scene or the fishing excursion, or in the kitchen sneaking bacon or the shower after getting lost in the snow or…there are more, which you’ll see if you read this funny, steamy, emotional rom-com. My only problem with the book is its cover. Sawyer is “dirty blond” which is NOT the guy on the cover. I volunteered to review an ARC of this book through Booksprout.
On arrival is when she meets her grumpy landlord named Sawyer Archer. He is anything but pleasant. Quinn has a sunshiny disposition and isn't going to let this moody man stop her from enjoying her new start. Instead she sees his manly good looks and goes to bed with images of Sawyer's icy blue eyes in her head. He is the complete opposite of her. She talks too much and he doesn't want to talk. She wants to make him dinner and since he can't cook, he doesn't turn her down. The chemistry between them is off the charts. He is hot then cold, he is up & down like a yo-yo! He has trust issues and no one can blame him. His now ex-wife was caught by him in their bed with his former best-friend. Then she got pregnant and the baby that wasn't his. Quinn is inexperienced with men and is still a virgin. That must be the only reason Quinn puts up with all Sawyer's awful mood changes. He has a Jekyll & Hyde personality that would have driven me crazy. He is so awful, you can't help but feel they don't have a chance. He'd have to get his head out of the sand! The funniest scene was when Sawyer & Quinn went fly fishing. Even if it does end well, my frustration with Sawyer was a problem. Good writing, but Sawyer was an awful & stubborn person, but glad it ended well.
Top reviews from other countries
The ending was extremely rushed after a long drawn out will they, won't they.
This book is still worth a go and well worth staying up until 4am.
Quinn takes some time out after her mother dies and rents an air bnb in the Colorado mountains. The host being gruff grumpy Sawyer who generally doesn’t like people.
Quinn’s chirpy demeanour and happy nature even after everything she’s been through crack through Sawyers hard outer shell.
Having found his wife in bed with his best friend has hardened his heart to love and he’s taken aback by the attraction he has to Quinn. Can she stay around long enough to break his walls or will his secrets drive her away.
This was generally a nice feel good story. Always love a happily ever after.
The characters were really relatable and I really cared for them and wanted them to be happy.
Quinn goes to a cabin for 3 months after her mum dies to try and write a book. There she meets Sawyer the grumpy man who had his heart broken.
The way Sawyer treats Quinn is understandable at first. He doesn't want to be vulnerable again. But as the book goes on he treats her worse and worse. Why does she love him? For constantly leaving her? Snapping at her? Choosing everyone over her?
At no pont in this story did I feel like Sawyer cared about Quinns feelings. He could have explained when his ex turned up but no he literally gestured her away while hugging his ex.
The book was written well but there was no character development. And the main female character was just portrayed as weak.