From Ice To Flames (A West Brothers Novel) by A.M. Hargrove
One Rule: No More Men.
Two years ago I walked away from a marriage I thought would last forever and all I got from it was Dick …
and I don’t mean the one between my stupid ex’s legs.
I’m talking about the one-hundred-sixty pound furry kind said ex dropped off at my doorstep.
But I’d take Dick over any man, any day.
So why did I resemble my dog, panting and drooling, whenever I ran into Hudson West, my sexy neighbor?
True, the gorgeous veterinarian was hotter than sin.
And my new roommate only made it impossible for me to avoid conversation with a man I didn’t need.
Until … some asshole decided to run Dick down.
And it was hotter than hell Hudson who came to his rescue.
Then it became impossible to ignore him.
It was only supposed to be a fling, a quickie, a one and done, I’d given into.
We both had reasons to keep it that way … my one rule and his five-year-old son.
Except things didn’t quite work out that way.
One turned into two, then three, annnnd you get the picture.
Before we knew it, he gave me a lot more than puppies and fairy tales.
I was in way too deep.
And that stupid rule?
I should’ve stuck to it because now more than my heart was at risk.
This is the second book in the West Brothers Novels. It is a complete stand-alone, full-length, contemporary romance.
I am loving the West Brothers and Hudson doesn’t disappoint!
Milly is starting her life over again and all she has to show from her divorce is Dick. I loved Dick (seriously who wouldn’t. He is a key player in this story and one of the reasons Hudson ends up in Milly’s life.
Milly and Hudson’s meeting is a bit embarrassing but yet entertaining.
Hudson is a Vet and has his own successful practice. He is a single dad raising an amazing kid named Wiley. That kid stole my heart.
Milly and Hudson start out as neighbors, who become friends and slowly their relationship develops into more. Of course it isn’t all hearts and flowers. Both has issues from their pasts that leak into their present.
In an unexpected turn of events, the fear that Milly harbors could be the end of her and Hudson when there was barely a beginning.
A.M did a great job at delivering humor, angst and sexy. Such a fun and easy read and I look forward to the next book in the series.