When You Least Expect It (Hope Valley 11)
The last thing Stella Ryan had time for was a man. With her family in trouble and looking to her to fix everything, romance and commitment were the furthest things from her mind. Until she ran into a man with a jawline that could cut granite and arms she wanted to lick like an ice cream cone. A man who made her forget the things that really mattered.
West Scott was one of the last bachelors standing. With all his Alpha Omega brothers settling down and popping out a bunch of kids, he had become the target for meddling women looking to fix him up. But there was one woman, in particular, he couldn’t get out of his head. The one in the killer dress with a gift for picking pockets.
When fate puts Stella in his path again, he’s determined to get to the cause of her desperation and help solve all her problems. If only the headstrong, stubborn woman would let him in. She’s trying her hardest to keep her walls up, but he’s dead set on showing her that the best things happen when you least expect it.
Review – love Hope Valley
We’re finally back in Hope Vally, my favorite small town. This is West and Stella’s story, and it was just perfect.
There is nothing conventional about Stella and her family. As the fixer in the family, Stella is out trying to fix a mess the first time she ‘meets’ West. He is out on a surveilance job when he notices Stella and catches on to what she’s doing. And from there I was hooked.
I think I say this every single time I read one of Jessica Prince’s books, but this is my favorite. I seriously loved everything about the story, and it gave me a much needed break from reality.
West and Stella was perfect together, like two puzzle pieces. I loved how sweet and open minded West was, and I definitely have a soft spot for Stealla and her crazy family. The banter and bickering was hilarious, but it also had lots of heat, action and the alpha maleness we’ve grown accustomed to from these guys. A truly sweet, funny and hot read that I’ll reread again and again.I can’t get enough of Hope Valley so I’m both happy and sad that there is only one book left. But I can’t wait to read Hunter’s book.