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Carrying a naked woman up a mountain in a driving storm - now there's a way for a man to start the day. But for Jamie, the unconscious redhead in his arms is an intruder, one who could bring him harm. He has his reasons for hiding out in this mountain cabin; for keeping his emotions hidden; for never, ever getting too close to anyone. And he's not about to stop now.
Before she passed out in his bed, she said her name was Faith - an appropriate name since he has to take her at her word. Who is she? Why is she here? Who sent her? And what is she doing to him? Jamie's used to feelings of wariness, isolation, of being on guard. What he's not used to is this dangerous, nearly uncontrollable new emotion raging through him.
Jamie wants Faith, as a man wants a woman...and it may already be too late to turn back....
Contains mature themes.
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- Peni A
After reading the stories leading up to Jamie, I had high expectations of Jamie's story. Ms. Foster met and exceeded every one of them.
Jamie is a side character in many of the previous stories. He seems to have a way of knowing things before they happen then placing himself into a position to warn or give a heads up to the parties involved. He is a protector by nature and has a mysterious background. The mystery is brought to light in this wonderful story.
This story can stand on its own, however is greatly enhanced by reading the series in order.
1 person found this helpful
omg, like all the girls in vistation; he was my fantasy! great book!
going to read it again soon.
- Anonymous User
cute and nice ending to the series
I liked it but I wish the author had expounded on other things. it all felt a bit rushed. The conflict at the end was low key anti climatic. Maybe it's just me but this book was so so. I enjoyed the epilogue though.