A small town, close proximity romance from New York Times and Wall Street Journal bestselling author Kristen Proby.
Remi Carter has survived her fifteen minutes of fame and is putting LA in her rearview mirror. As a former reality show contestant, she’s trading staged expeditions and faked wilderness tours for real adventures. Only one fluke storm in Glacier National Park has her stranded with a handsome man, and adventure takes on a whole new meaning.Seth King is as rugged and sexy as he is annoyed to be trapped with Remi. Probably because she ghosted him at the local bar not three days ago. But she’s got her reasons for ditching him, and twenty-four hours in an abandoned Montana cabin with the wildlife biologist isn’t nearly enough time to explain. As tempting as he is by firelight, she’s been burned too many times.Except one day together and suddenly her travel van doesn’t hold as much appeal. The open road feels lonely. Remi’s about to learn that shelter is more than a safe place to weather a storm.Shelter might just be the man himself. If he can give her a reason to stay.
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Shelter is the second book in the Heroes of Big Sky series by Kristen Proby. You can read it as standalone but I do recommend reading at least Courage first. It is also part of the Big Sky Universe so if you have read any of them you will be seeing so many past characters. If not, then you will want to know more about their stories! I was so excited when I found out this was Seth’s story.Seth didn’t have an easy childhood, at all. Then he came to live with his father’s parents and his uncle in Cunningham Falls. That is a whole other story but it is part of him. Now, he is closing in on thirty, lives on family property, works as a ranger and loving the bachelor life. He loves his family fiercely but he doesn’t see himself married with children. Ever. One night out and he meets a woman livin’ the van life. Then she ghosts him…Remi is traveling in her van around the country after living in front of the camera for the last decade. She has nothing that ties her down. She just wants to live her life and she doesn’t see love in the future. Hiking…yes. So she does just that and ends up stuck in a chalet with the man she walked away from just a few nights ago. She likes him, she really does. Who wouldn’t. He is delicious, protective, and sweet when he wants to be and loves the outdoors. One night with him and she knows she is in trouble.I can’t get into it too much more but I can say that I loved their banter, passion, and humor. I felt their connection from beginning to end. I so, so, so loved all the cameos. His family is what #FamilyGoals is all about. I have read most of Kristen’s books and I know I say this all the time with her but it might be my favorite. Lol.Quotes:“Did you bring me up to this chalet and arrange for a snowstorm so you could take advantage of me?”I bark out a laugh. “I’m not that damn creative.”“Well, that’s just stupid. I’m a planner, Seth.”“Says the woman who’s been living by the seat of her pants in a van for several months.”I narrow my eyes. “But I planned it.”“You planned the spontaneity?”“Yes. Sort of. Stop confusing me.”“Wake up.” Seth kisses my cheek and then my shoulder.“What time is it?”“It’s about three,” he whispers. “And I have something to show you.”“I’ve seen it. And while it’s impressive, I’m tired, Seth. Let a girl sleep.”
Kristen Proby has published more than forty titles, many of which have hit the USA Today, New York Times, and Wall Street Journal Bestsellers lists. She continues to self publish, best known for her With Me In Seattle and Boudreaux series, and is also proud to work with William Morrow, a division of HarperCollins, with the Fusion and Romancing Manhattan Series.
Kristen and her husband, John, make their home in her hometown of Whitefish, Montana with their two cats.