No one has ever said no to Ash Harris—until Constance Shaw. But when the grudge he holds against her finally comes to a head, Constance must run to save her life …
… right into the arms of Corey Campbell.
The only other occupant of the mountain, Corey’s perfectly happy with the life he leads. Sure, it’s a little lonely, but he does what he wants when he wants.
When Constance shows up on his doorstep, the gentle giant with the big heart finds it hard to say no to her.
Turns out she’s exactly what he needs.
I have to admit I was a bit skeptical about starting this series in general because I wanted to read the previous books before starting Hunter’s Mark. I must say I shouldn’t have worried because the previous books as well as Hunter’s Mark were enjoyable reads. Now you could read this as a standalone but I know I enjoyed it more since I had read the previous books and the previous characters make appearances in this one and I think it just makes the story more complete when you know the history.
I am keeping this short and sweet because I don’t want to spoil it for anyone. I love that we get a feeling of love at first sight or even a soul mate kind of feel between Corey and Con and I enjoyed that because that is one of my favorite aspects about romance. I believe in love at first sight and soul mate because at the end of the day I am a romantic at heart. But don’t let that little bit make you think everything is rainbows and unicorns and sunshine between Corey and Con, because it’s not but what happens you have to discover on your own.
I think I found a new author to follow and I hope others will give this entire series a chance, I know I am glad I did.
Wendy Smith published as Ariadne Wayne for 3 years before deciding she didn’t want to be someone else all the time. Heavily influenced by stories in the media, she decided to try something new, and the Copper Creek series was born. With lots of love and a touch of darkness, her stories will twist their way into your heart.