Gillian Hodge’s dream of becoming a concert pianist is ruined when a motorcycle accident crushes her hand. Feeling depressed, she tries to find solace by heading to Rainbow’s End Resort, a charming reprieve in the rolling hills of Texas. However, a thunderstorm on her journey to the resort causes an accident right in front of her car, and of a motorcycle, no less. Lost and wandering after his wife’s death, TJ Benjamin travels around the country with no real purpose or direction. A busted bike forces him to spend some time at Rainbow’s End Resort with a most reluctant rescuer, a woman who wants nothing to do with any men who ride motorcycles.
This novel returns readers to the Rainbow’s End Resort, allowing us to catch up on some past characters. However, this book may also stand alone. The plot flowed smoothly in this particular novel and the relationships felt more real than in previous stories. Certain aspects of the book were unrealistic, but that is perhaps due to the shorter timeline of the novel. I think this author improves her writing with each novel and I look forward to reading more from Amanda Cabot. This book is recommended for those who enjoy a light contemporary romance.
I received a copy of this book from Revell Publishing in exchange for an honest review.