Iona Dell is the “It” actress of Hollywood. That is until a series of flops and a terrible accident has producers rethinking financing anything she touches.
She’s hard-working , humble, and realizes anything good can be taken away in an instant. Refusing to let a few bad movie choices derail her career, she heads back to her small, mountain hometown to come up with the best come back idea in acting history.
Tyler Ferguson is the local sexy veterinarian. He’s kind, always willing to lend a helping hand, but a bit of a flirt.
He’s been saving his pennies for years to buy a home. Growing up moving from rental to rundown rental, he dreams of having a place to call his own.
When the vet finally has the keys to his new house, he’s eager to start his move. But when he walks inside for the first time, there’s already someone there. The last thing he wants to deal with is a squatter.
The person he finds is more than a trespasser. She’s his first crush. The woman who promises him her heart and then leaves without a word.
Have a destination wedding, they said. The mountains are so romantic, they said. They've obviously never been a runaway bride.
Olivia Love has it all. She's rich, spoiled, and about to marry the man of her dreams--until she witnesses her fiancée with someone else, sending her on a little run. Down the side of a mountain. In her wedding dress.
When she finds a cabin in the woods, her relief is short-lived at discovering it to be empty. No phone, no heat, and no way back to her perfect little life. That is until a gun-toting mountain man fills the space and sends her heart rate skyrocketing.
Carter Fitzwilliam likes the simple things in life. His sheep farm, his privacy, and man's best friend are all he needs until a smart-mouthed beauty in a white dress breaks into his cabin and threatens to complicate the hell out of everything.
She's lost, looking for help. He's hiding, wanting to be left alone. Will she be the one person his heart needs to find?
I honestly couldn't tell you the last time I was as charmed by a story as I have been by Elizabeth Lynx's Cabin Fever. A love story that had me chuckling, sniffling, and adoring the opposites attract trope on a whole new level!