Sunday, May 1, 2016

Review of Ski Bear by Scarlett Grove


I received this book as an ARC for an honest review. 

In this book we see if Zach will finally get his HEA we also meet Maisie in this book. Maisie has been living in Paris for years now and her mother Kelly is so excited to have her home. Remember Kelly is the lodges front person. She is the one who checks people in and has been happy doing this but misses her daughter like mad. So when Maisie comes in to the lodge to tell her she is some her mom immediately tries to talk her into trying to date either Zach or Corey. She also tells her she should sign up on Mate.com. Maisie figures she doesn't have the time with opening a new bakery in town. She does however see Zach and thinks maybe there is something to this mating things so it doesn't hurt to just sign up and see if she has a match. Can she really give love a chance or will she bury her head in her work?

Zach has always been the fun going bear of the group, but now he wants a mate which means it is time to get serious. However the more time that passes with no 100% match the more he is starting to loose his sunshine. When Corey makes the comment maybe she hasn't signed up yet this perks him up some again but not finding her makes him wonder if he ever will. The next day though he is walking in with his group of skiers and he sees a beautiful red head leaving the lodge and something in him makes him take notice. He is determined to wait for his 100% match though, so when he gets the message from Maisie he wants her now. Can Zach remember what Drew went through and take things slow or will he dive straight in like most of the things he does in life?

This is another great book in this series. It shows us that patience will help you win over the one you are meant to be with but self doubt can sometimes kill a great love story. Both of these characters have insecurities that could stop them from having something amazing. There is so much I want to tell you about this book but don't want to ruin it for any readers. I will say this is a absolute must read. It can be read as a stand alone but I would recommend reading them in order to understand all the references. I would highly recommend this book to anyone and everyone.

No comments:

Post a Comment