And he never gives up.
After giving the last sixteen years of his life to Uncle Sam, Lark Shelton finally puts down his gun and hangs up his uniform. Opening The Landing Strip bar with his two best friends and brothers at arms seems like the perfect escape from his past.
One night stands are all he will commit to, but when he encounters the feisty and sensual Paisley Black, Lark longs for something more--something deeper than his typical hook-ups. She's everything he never knew he wanted, and he’s determined not to let her go.
I loved Paisley's character. As beautiful as she is, she shows a vulnerability of not being secure. It makes her seem more like a girl next door. Her fiance cheated on her with one of her best friends. Lark's character seems rough. He hides his loneliness in one night stands - until one of his one night stands calls and tells him he will be a father soon.
The writing team of Emily Minton and Shelley Springfield blows me away. Their writing is seamless. They create these two characters that alone do not seem to fit. But as they come together, you can tell they were meant to be together. This was a great start to a new series. 5-stars.