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He’ll fight anyone or anything to get her back. Alaska State Trooper Skip Ozhuwan has waited five years to reunite with Wren Terni, the woman he’s always loved. Flying back home for his sister’s wedding with only him and Wren in a chartered bush plane guarantees he’ll have her undivided attention. Ever since Skip arrested her five years earlier, Wren vowed never to lay eyes He’ll fight anyone or anything to get her back. Alaska State Trooper Skip Ozhuwan has waited five years to reunite with Wren Terni, the woman he’s always loved. Flying back home for his sister’s wedding with only him and Wren in a chartered bush plane guarantees he’ll have her undivided attention. Ever since Skip arrested her five years earlier, Wren vowed never to lay eyes on him again. She’s gotten sober and made a life for herself that she’s proud of. Seeing Skip now throws her into a tailspin. When the plane crashes, forcing them to battle a violent arctic storm, outwit predators, and dispose of a dead body, they must find a way to get past their differences if they are to survive to have a future together. That is if they don’t kill each other first.


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He’ll fight anyone or anything to get her back. Alaska State Trooper Skip Ozhuwan has waited five years to reunite with Wren Terni, the woman he’s always loved. Flying back home for his sister’s wedding with only him and Wren in a chartered bush plane guarantees he’ll have her undivided attention. Ever since Skip arrested her five years earlier, Wren vowed never to lay eyes He’ll fight anyone or anything to get her back. Alaska State Trooper Skip Ozhuwan has waited five years to reunite with Wren Terni, the woman he’s always loved. Flying back home for his sister’s wedding with only him and Wren in a chartered bush plane guarantees he’ll have her undivided attention. Ever since Skip arrested her five years earlier, Wren vowed never to lay eyes on him again. She’s gotten sober and made a life for herself that she’s proud of. Seeing Skip now throws her into a tailspin. When the plane crashes, forcing them to battle a violent arctic storm, outwit predators, and dispose of a dead body, they must find a way to get past their differences if they are to survive to have a future together. That is if they don’t kill each other first.

30 review for Impact

  1. 4 out of 5

    MsRomanticReads

    This review can also be found on my blog. I loved the setting for this story, and I felt transported to the equally beautiful and harsh environment. As for the story itself, the push and pull between the once lovers was palpable and entertaining. Despite those good points, I'm sad to say that this novella just didn't do it for me. I found myself a little confused by their history. Skip past the spoiler link if you don't want to know too much about Skip and Wren's history. (view spoiler)[Skip and W This review can also be found on my blog. I loved the setting for this story, and I felt transported to the equally beautiful and harsh environment. As for the story itself, the push and pull between the once lovers was palpable and entertaining. Despite those good points, I'm sad to say that this novella just didn't do it for me. I found myself a little confused by their history. Skip past the spoiler link if you don't want to know too much about Skip and Wren's history. (view spoiler)[Skip and Wren have known each other since childhood. Later they became boyfriend and girlfriend. An unstable home life led Wren to turn to hard drugs. It sounded as if they were still together up until the time he had to arrest her, so it sounds like while he became an enforcer of the law, his girlfriend was doing drugs, and he just looked the other way? Skip left Wren alone for five years to get clean, sober and straightened out; biding his time to approach her again and take up where they had left off. Not once in those five years did he contact her, so I thought it odd that he would think she'd welcome him with open arms. I also thought the fact that she had shot him while under the influence was what got her thrown in jail. But later Skip mentions that her abusive father had pressed charges because she took a baseball bat to his truck. It just seemed like a bit too much drama. (hide spoiler)] Knowing their history did help to paint a clearer picture of why Wren kept throwing up walls against Skip's advances. He was adorable, albeit a little bit clueless. The most annoying thing was the near constant repetition of Wren voicing her thoughts followed by "Did I say that out loud?" After the third time, it wasn't cute anymore. And I won't even start on the logistics of making love with a broken arm that is secured in place by a curling iron. I'd say borrow this one, if you can. While I didn't care much for these two, I found myself more intrigued by the excerpt for Hooked, from the Alaskan Adventure series. Now if only I could find it somewhere. I'm a little mystified, since the second book in that series is due to be released soon. If anyone comes across Hooked, please let me know.

  2. 4 out of 5

    Cindy

    Skip Ozhuwan and Wren Terni grew up together in a small Alaskan town. They were childhood sweethearts. But that all went south when Wren's mother committed suicide and Wren blamed her abusive father. Not wanting to face the pain Wren turned to a life of drugs and Skip had to arrest her and send her away. This was also after she shot him. Five years later Wren is coming back to Egegik for Skip's sister wedding which she is the Maid of Honor. She has to get there on a puddle jumper with Skip to ma Skip Ozhuwan and Wren Terni grew up together in a small Alaskan town. They were childhood sweethearts. But that all went south when Wren's mother committed suicide and Wren blamed her abusive father. Not wanting to face the pain Wren turned to a life of drugs and Skip had to arrest her and send her away. This was also after she shot him. Five years later Wren is coming back to Egegik for Skip's sister wedding which she is the Maid of Honor. She has to get there on a puddle jumper with Skip to make it to the small town, something she is not looking forward to since Skip had thrown her in jail five years ago. She wants nothing to do with him and Skip wants to start up where they left off. Not long after taking off the plane crashes when the pilot suddenly dies. During there fight for survival Wren and Skip work through there issues. I have to say this is just a 50 page book but you dont feel cheated about it being so short. Alot happens in those 50 pages.

  3. 5 out of 5

    Lady Heather

    3. 5 Stars This was my virgin read of this author. This is a short story about a couple who had a difficult past. They never stopped loving one another in the 5 years since their separation, and they finally have an opportunity for a second chance. This story is their journey of letting go of past, forgiving one another, and having the courage to move forward.

  4. 4 out of 5

    Epiphany

    Impact is the first book I have read in the Wild Men of Alaska group of stories. I really enjoyed Wren and Skip's story, I only wish it was longer. The descriptions of Alaska are wonderful and make me wish I had not turned down that job so many years ago. Impact is the first book I have read in the Wild Men of Alaska group of stories. I really enjoyed Wren and Skip's story, I only wish it was longer. The descriptions of Alaska are wonderful and make me wish I had not turned down that job so many years ago.

  5. 5 out of 5

    Malinda

    3 stars This is a short story about 2 ex-lovers that get trapped together in a crashed plane during a storm in the wilds of Alaska. Wren and Skip grew up together and were each other's first loves. The full details are sketchy but it appears that certain things ended Wren on a path where she got hooked on drugs and Skip had to arrest her for her own good. I didn't have an issue with that but I did find it strange that he dropped out of her life for 5 years and thought it would be easy to get back 3 stars This is a short story about 2 ex-lovers that get trapped together in a crashed plane during a storm in the wilds of Alaska. Wren and Skip grew up together and were each other's first loves. The full details are sketchy but it appears that certain things ended Wren on a path where she got hooked on drugs and Skip had to arrest her for her own good. I didn't have an issue with that but I did find it strange that he dropped out of her life for 5 years and thought it would be easy to get back in her life. There was a rather confusing mix of emotions and blame that Wren and Skip needed to work through. They don't get through them completely but they do realize what they've been missing enough that Skip and Wren are back together by the end of the story. This was an enjoyable story. Wren and Skip both seemed like good people but, TBH the story isn't long enough to get to know them very well (especially considering all the conflicting emotions that had to be dealt with). I think this would have been better if it had been a bit longer (to work through things a bit better) but overall is was a decent story and I'm reading book #2 in the series next. * note - I listened to the audio version of this story and the narrator did a good job.

  6. 4 out of 5

    Janet Juengling-Snell

    I love stories about lovers who reunite for a second chance at love. And I love stories that take place in my home state of Alaska! With this short story by Tiffinie Helmer, I have both. When Wren Terni returns to her village for a wedding, the last person she wants to see is Alaska State trooper Skip Ozhuwan, the man who arrested and sent her to jail for 5 years. But as luck would have it, he is on the same small 3 seat plane as her. When they crash in the mountains, these two have to face each I love stories about lovers who reunite for a second chance at love. And I love stories that take place in my home state of Alaska! With this short story by Tiffinie Helmer, I have both. When Wren Terni returns to her village for a wedding, the last person she wants to see is Alaska State trooper Skip Ozhuwan, the man who arrested and sent her to jail for 5 years. But as luck would have it, he is on the same small 3 seat plane as her. When they crash in the mountains, these two have to face each other and deal with their sordid past, or freeze to death. I LOVED the fact that Ms. Helmer does an amazing job of stay true to the reality of living in Alaska. I had to laugh at some of the lines, shaking my head and saying, yep, that’s Alaska. This was the first time I read anything written by Tiffinie Helmer, I was so impressed by the fact that this was a short story, 67 pages on my Nook, yet, it was so well written that I didn’t feel rushed or cheated. As soon as I was done with Impact, I immediately went to B&N and downloaded Moosed Up, the second book in the Wild Men of Alaska Series.

  7. 4 out of 5

    Angie ~aka Reading Machine~

    Wren Terni isn't looking forward to seeing Officer Skip Ozhuwan yet there he stands in small King Salmon Airport. He's just like she remembered with a few changes to his physique that she can see. Wren wonders if he thinks of her like she does him. She really doesn't want to be here flying home to Egegik for her best friend's wedding. Skip wants to spend time with Wren before his sister's wedding before she gets caught up in all the wedding festivities. Skip is stunned with how beautiful she is Wren Terni isn't looking forward to seeing Officer Skip Ozhuwan yet there he stands in small King Salmon Airport. He's just like she remembered with a few changes to his physique that she can see. Wren wonders if he thinks of her like she does him. She really doesn't want to be here flying home to Egegik for her best friend's wedding. Skip wants to spend time with Wren before his sister's wedding before she gets caught up in all the wedding festivities. Skip is stunned with how beautiful she is after all this time yet can't wait to talk with her again. When the plane crashes leaving Wren, Skip, and dead pilot out in Alaskan bush all of Skip's plans go out the window. Skip and Wren need to prepare to survive at least one or two days before being rescued. Skip is injured which makes preparation alittle difficult leaving Wren to do much of the work. Can Wren let go of the past? Can Skip breech Wren's walls? Will Skip and Wren admit their feelings? When will they be rescued? Your answers await you in Impact.

  8. 4 out of 5

    Katrina

    A well balanced romance mixed with a little suspense and smexy moments. Great underlying storyline with compelling characters- a bit of danger and drama to keep us on the edge of our seat. And also a bit of heat to spice up the romance. Characters I'm sure that will pull you into the pages . The . Chemistry between Wren n the sexy trooper will certainly mpact your read loll !!! I certainly wouldnt mind snuggling up to him on a cold Alaskan winters night ** wink wink ** ... A short quick. read th A well balanced romance mixed with a little suspense and smexy moments. Great underlying storyline with compelling characters- a bit of danger and drama to keep us on the edge of our seat. And also a bit of heat to spice up the romance. Characters I'm sure that will pull you into the pages . The . Chemistry between Wren n the sexy trooper will certainly mpact your read loll !!! I certainly wouldnt mind snuggling up to him on a cold Alaskan winters night ** wink wink ** ... A short quick. read that I'm sure will have you wanting more way past the last page hes been turned. I know I did :) I cant wait to see what Tiffinie has in store for us for future stories. Tiffinie puts forth a well delivered storyline with likeable characters and enough descriptions to paint us a picture we can certainly envisage. Enough loving and sexiness for all those romantics out there and mabye a little more than you bargined for ** grnis **

  9. 4 out of 5

    Victoria

    3.25 RATING- I actually wanted to read book two in the Wild Men of Alaska series. After seeing Impact was the first book and only 50 pages long, I thought I'd start there, although after reading both, they are not connected. Impact was a very short read but had some cute moments. It's a quick snapshot of a second chance romance that blooms again after a plane crash. The story isn't very believable but it was a decent read. I liked the hero but wasn't that big of a fan of the heroine. Note: At the 3.25 RATING- I actually wanted to read book two in the Wild Men of Alaska series. After seeing Impact was the first book and only 50 pages long, I thought I'd start there, although after reading both, they are not connected. Impact was a very short read but had some cute moments. It's a quick snapshot of a second chance romance that blooms again after a plane crash. The story isn't very believable but it was a decent read. I liked the hero but wasn't that big of a fan of the heroine. Note: At the time this review was posted, this book was available to borrow through Amazon's Kindle Unlimited program. To see other books available to borrow through Kindle Unlimited or SCRIBD, check out the Subscription Addiction group https://www.goodreads.com/group/show/...

  10. 5 out of 5

    Tina

    Excellent read! I loved this short story so much. Great characters, location, humor. I especially loved being in Wren's POV. She's a funny, funny girl! I couldn't ask for much more. Very pleased with this, and was very entertained as well. I'd read it again, and I can't wait to read the other books in the series. The only thing that kind of bothered me was Wren's name… I kept misreading it as When on my tiny phone, which was a pain each time :(. Damn eyes playing tricks on me! Unfortunately, that Excellent read! I loved this short story so much. Great characters, location, humor. I especially loved being in Wren's POV. She's a funny, funny girl! I couldn't ask for much more. Very pleased with this, and was very entertained as well. I'd read it again, and I can't wait to read the other books in the series. The only thing that kind of bothered me was Wren's name… I kept misreading it as When on my tiny phone, which was a pain each time :(. Damn eyes playing tricks on me! Unfortunately, that was the sole reason I didn't add this book to my favorites list. But you still can't go wrong with this quick shorty and I recommend it to those who like second chance romances with a satisfying HEA. This is definitely a permanent fixture on my digital Keeper Shelf!

  11. 5 out of 5

    Natalie

    Tiffinie Helmer does a GREAT job at mixing suspense and danger with some really surprising and laugh-out-loud humor. The hero and heroine were very real to me and I feel like I got lost in the wilds of Alaska with them. I loved how much depth and humanity shone through the pages in such a short time. The only critical thing I would say about this is that it left me wanting a lot more. More of the story, more of the characters, and more adventure and danger in Alaska. I hope she keeps this up bec Tiffinie Helmer does a GREAT job at mixing suspense and danger with some really surprising and laugh-out-loud humor. The hero and heroine were very real to me and I feel like I got lost in the wilds of Alaska with them. I loved how much depth and humanity shone through the pages in such a short time. The only critical thing I would say about this is that it left me wanting a lot more. More of the story, more of the characters, and more adventure and danger in Alaska. I hope she keeps this up because I'm already a fan for life. I'll be watching for the next release.

  12. 4 out of 5

    Newbee (JoAnn) Brown

    Not sure I would have been so obsessed with the other person if I was in a fight to survive, but  then this was a romance book after all,lololol... And there was a point I thought "Well get it over with all ready."  But all in all it was a good story for being so short.  Deffinately for mature adults .... The author did a great job of supplying enough info of how these two people got to where they're at in life... But this would  have been a great ending for a full size book! Looking forward to rea Not sure I would have been so obsessed with the other person if I was in a fight to survive, but  then this was a romance book after all,lololol... And there was a point I thought "Well get it over with all ready."  But all in all it was a good story for being so short.  Deffinately for mature adults .... The author did a great job of supplying enough info of how these two people got to where they're at in life... But this would  have been a great ending for a full size book! Looking forward to reading a full size book from this author.

  13. 5 out of 5

    Kelly

    Oh, yay! Snowed in (not in a cabin, but in a downed plane, but who am I to quibble?) and forced to cuddle up to conserve body heat! I do so like that! Fun and sexy, I liked that Skip and Wren knew each other from before and that Skip was determined to win Wren back. *thumbs up* This book was a free Kindle download I picked up 09/15/12 for the Why Buy the Cow? reading challenge. -Kelly @ Reading the Paranormal Oh, yay! Snowed in (not in a cabin, but in a downed plane, but who am I to quibble?) and forced to cuddle up to conserve body heat! I do so like that! Fun and sexy, I liked that Skip and Wren knew each other from before and that Skip was determined to win Wren back. *thumbs up* This book was a free Kindle download I picked up 09/15/12 for the Why Buy the Cow? reading challenge. -Kelly @ Reading the Paranormal

  14. 4 out of 5

    Sarah Louise

    It was a quick fun filled read,the basic dynamics of the story were good and Wren had complexited written all over her ..Skip was definitely the more down to earth Guy..who just wanted to protect her..it was a sweet love story ;)

  15. 4 out of 5

    Beverly Donnell

    I really enjoyed this short story. It was the first one of her books I have read ... Yah new author for me

  16. 4 out of 5

    ★¸. • * ° *Jillie Anne * ° *•.¸☆

    Kind of a cute book. Short, Way better than the second book in this series.

  17. 5 out of 5

    Romance

    This book would be better if it included Skip and Wrens past. It’s like the best of the story was off stage. As is, both seem crazy..wren gave me whiplash in how fast she swings from trying to avoid Skip to suddenly saying I love you and wanting to get married that day. Skip is a weird stalker who puts a tat of a wren over the scar on his shoulder where wren shot him...because he could not say it was in the line of duty as a cop. Like it should be covered up wearing a shirt? and who goes up and This book would be better if it included Skip and Wrens past. It’s like the best of the story was off stage. As is, both seem crazy..wren gave me whiplash in how fast she swings from trying to avoid Skip to suddenly saying I love you and wanting to get married that day. Skip is a weird stalker who puts a tat of a wren over the scar on his shoulder where wren shot him...because he could not say it was in the line of duty as a cop. Like it should be covered up wearing a shirt? and who goes up and asks a stranger about scars and in a small town they all know your business anyway...this made no sense?? This entire story is over a 24 hr period and all I kept thinking is they should have adjacent rooms in the psych ward. This story started really good. But it went south fast...getting sexy times when he has a broken arm (that she set and taped to a curling iron), her constantly bleeding head wound, their serious past that would keep most people from speaking, the icy cold wilderness they are in after a plane crash, the cold (like getting naked in frigid dangerously cold temp on a tiny plane is sexy? Especially if wounded?) oh and a dead pilot who was Skips friend? Really? So not romantic. And let’s not forget Skip has been keeping tabs on her which she finds out about...creepy not romantic...mooning over each other’s physical attributes and some of the dialogue (including internal) was like a comedy...just...too much weird shit had me scratching my head and saying wtf?

  18. 4 out of 5

    Marsha

    This is a second chance at-love-story. Skip and Wren grew up together in a small town in Alaska. Friendship turned to romance in their teens. But a tragedy in Wren’s life led her down the dark path of drugs, and they ended up on the opposite sides of the law. Although it broke his heart, Skip had to arrest her and recommend jail time. She’s been out of jail for five years when Skip’s sister asks her to fulfill an old promise, be her Maid of Honor. Wren wants to make good on that promise and get This is a second chance at-love-story. Skip and Wren grew up together in a small town in Alaska. Friendship turned to romance in their teens. But a tragedy in Wren’s life led her down the dark path of drugs, and they ended up on the opposite sides of the law. Although it broke his heart, Skip had to arrest her and recommend jail time. She’s been out of jail for five years when Skip’s sister asks her to fulfill an old promise, be her Maid of Honor. Wren wants to make good on that promise and get out of town as fast as possible. She’s shocked when it’s Skip who meets her at the airport. Now she just has to endure the short flight to the town. The pilot has a heart attack and dies and the small plane crashes into the snow, but Skip and Wren survive. They call in their location, but a blizzard is sweeping through and they must spend the night in the wilderness. Can they survive the weather and the feelings they still have for one night?

  19. 4 out of 5

    Sue Wolz

    Tiffinie Helmer writes romance, usually with wild creatures playing a part and set in Alaska (ex: Moosletoe) but the only wild things in this book were Skip and Wren and how they survived an Alaskan snowstorm. It is a second chance romance. I recommend any and all Tiffinie Helmer books. Her stories are very original, entertaining, and they have glorious endings. Read one and you will be a lifelong fan like I am.

  20. 4 out of 5

    Becky

    Okay this book had a good strong concept for a good read however, it fell short very, very short. Very shallow story execution, 2nd chance romance that gave plenty of issues this couple had to work through to get their HEA, but sadly it was wam bam thank you mam, swept under the rug HEA the end! Not recommended read.

  21. 4 out of 5

    Liz

    Wren is flying with Skip, her ex BF, to his sister's wedding when their plane crashes. He still loves her despite her past and the major issues she had. This was a crazy redemption story with little depth. Wren is flying with Skip, her ex BF, to his sister's wedding when their plane crashes. He still loves her despite her past and the major issues she had. This was a crazy redemption story with little depth.

  22. 4 out of 5

    pamela myers

    Cute book. Wren is going home for a wedding. Skip is taking his sister's wedding cake to her. They end up on the same plane. It gets worse before it gets better. Cute book. Wren is going home for a wedding. Skip is taking his sister's wedding cake to her. They end up on the same plane. It gets worse before it gets better.

  23. 4 out of 5

    Beth

    Cute, quick read. Not much meat as it’s so short. It feels like I came in one the middle of a story that I was supposed to know some backstory to.

  24. 5 out of 5

    Brooke

    Impact This was a fun second chance novel with the drama of a plane crash on top of it. A quick listen that gives you all the happy feels when done.

  25. 4 out of 5

    Carol Sandford

    Too darned short. Sweet, sexy and hot, just too durned short

  26. 4 out of 5

    Beachbaby

    In boxed set - "Wild Men of Alaska" In boxed set - "Wild Men of Alaska"

  27. 5 out of 5

    Laura

    I absolutely loved Bearing All, a novella by Ms. Helmer, and so I probably started this book with unrealistic expectations. Unrealistic or not, Impact was very disappointing. While the scenario wasn't improbable (crashed bush plane in Alaska) the characters' reactions to the situation were. The narrative jumps from descriptions of how many layers of clothing are needed to prevent hypothermia to the characters stripping naked and having sex. I would think that the threat of frostbite and possible I absolutely loved Bearing All, a novella by Ms. Helmer, and so I probably started this book with unrealistic expectations. Unrealistic or not, Impact was very disappointing. While the scenario wasn't improbable (crashed bush plane in Alaska) the characters' reactions to the situation were. The narrative jumps from descriptions of how many layers of clothing are needed to prevent hypothermia to the characters stripping naked and having sex. I would think that the threat of frostbite and possible death would curb the heat of any passion! Not to mention the dead body outside! For all the faults of this story, I do commend Ms. Helmer's bravery for writing Wren as a recovered addict. It was a nice dose of reality in a genre that is known for its cotton candy fluff type heroines. Also kudos on her creative use of flashbacks to fill in a rather complicated back story. If this is your first adventure into Ms. Helmer's work don't give up. The next three books/novellas in this series are well worth reading. Just curl up in front of your fireplace on a cold night and let her transport you to Alaska!

  28. 4 out of 5

    Tamara

    Impact was a different kind of romance novel and I will admit I had a little problem with the plot line. I guess what I really had a problem with was the heroine. I may be a bit judgmental when it comes to certain things and the heroine in Impact,Wren is a former drug addict. I understand we all make mistakes in life and Wren certainly had a sucky enough life to feel the need for "escape" but I found her hard to sympathize with for some reason. Skip arrested Wren 5 years ago and sent her to priso Impact was a different kind of romance novel and I will admit I had a little problem with the plot line. I guess what I really had a problem with was the heroine. I may be a bit judgmental when it comes to certain things and the heroine in Impact,Wren is a former drug addict. I understand we all make mistakes in life and Wren certainly had a sucky enough life to feel the need for "escape" but I found her hard to sympathize with for some reason. Skip arrested Wren 5 years ago and sent her to prison. She has been out for 3 years, but he's bided his time waiting for the right moment to approach her again. His sisters wedding seems like the perfect opportunity. I had a problem with Skip's motivation too. He claims he arrested her to "save her." Feeling that the only way to get her off the drugs was prison. Not an assessment I agree with, considering the rampant drug use in prison, and considering what was happening in her life at that time, it seemed excessively harsh to me. While Impact was well written and the characters certainly had depth and history, I just didn't care for the plot. But as I said, I'm kind of a judgmental beeotch!

  29. 5 out of 5

    Theresa

    Wow! Short, but very expressive! This novella is the prequel to Hooked, which just released this week! Not to many characters to meet in this short story, but I get the feeling there is a lot in both of their pasts that led them to do what they did. And now a bit about the story ... It has been 5 years since Wren had seen Skip, her ex-boyfriend. The last time she saw him he had arrested her. After she served her time and clean-up her drug addicted act, she had become successful in Anchorage. Now Wow! Short, but very expressive! This novella is the prequel to Hooked, which just released this week! Not to many characters to meet in this short story, but I get the feeling there is a lot in both of their pasts that led them to do what they did. And now a bit about the story ... It has been 5 years since Wren had seen Skip, her ex-boyfriend. The last time she saw him he had arrested her. After she served her time and clean-up her drug addicted act, she had become successful in Anchorage. Now here she was coming home for her best friends wedding and who is waiting for her at the airport? Skip - of course. She isn't sure if she wanted to kiss him or kill him. Now they have to take a little puddle jumper home together, she isn't sure she can be that close to him. Check out this book to see what IMPACT the plane ride has on their lack of relationship! Favorite passage: Her words shuddered on a sob as the impact of his words sank into her. How could this man love her so much? Now I can read Hooked and see how Wren and Skip fit into Sonya and Garret's story!

  30. 4 out of 5

    Tonileg

    Everyone understands how hard it is to see your ex after a big bad break-up. The first time is probably the worse, and the most awkward because you need to redefine roles and act differently when the last time you were getting naked and making life plans together. Alaska State Trooper Skip Ozhuwan and Ms. Wren Terni have had a monumental break-up when he arrested and sent Wren to jail. I'd say that was a guaranteed break-up material with a lot of residue anger and a heavy dose of finger pointing Everyone understands how hard it is to see your ex after a big bad break-up. The first time is probably the worse, and the most awkward because you need to redefine roles and act differently when the last time you were getting naked and making life plans together. Alaska State Trooper Skip Ozhuwan and Ms. Wren Terni have had a monumental break-up when he arrested and sent Wren to jail. I'd say that was a guaranteed break-up material with a lot of residue anger and a heavy dose of finger pointing and red faces, but that doesn't mean that there isn't still love behind the two. They are both flying into to his sister’s wedding in a chartered bush plane with only enough seats for the two of them and the pilot so needless to say, he has a captive audience to try to get back with his lost love. This wasn't what I thought it was going to be, but it was a sweet seduction and a cute second chances romance. 50 or 72 pages and kindle freebie 2 stars

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