Title: Bishop Ridge (Sawyer’s Ferry #2)
Author: Cate Ashwood
Publisher: Self Published
Release Date: November 16th 2018
Genre(s): Contemporary Romance
Page Count: 191
Reviewed by: Kirstin
Heat Level: 4 flames out of 5
Rating: 5 stars out of 5
I had almost everything I’d ever wanted—career, friends, my own easy life in Sawyer’s Ferry, Alaska. I’d given up on filling in the missing pieces long ago. Now, I was more than satisfied with the perfectly practiced, perfectly predictable routine I’d created for myself. At least until Jackson Daley walked into my clinic.
Working the rigs is temporary. Everything in my life is. Jobs, cities, and the guys I take home—nothing sticks, and that’s exactly the way I like it. After four years in Alaska, I’m itching to pick up and leave. I’m ready to move on and start over someplace new, until a one-night stand I can’t seem to shake has me breaking all my own rules.
Now as I get closer to walking away, my reasons for leaving seem blurrier than ever, and for the first time in my life, there could be something worth staying for.
Honestly, I can’t decide which book I liked more… I’m thinking this one!
As much fun as it was getting to know Gage and Holden, I thoroughly enjoyed Logan and Jackson’s story as well.
We met Logan in Alaska (Book One) as the third doctor in the hospital who wasn’t looking for love at all. In fact he was pretty happy to be relegated to a life long bachelor. But when Jackson walks into the office, he can’t resist the pull.
What starts off as a one night stand with no strings ends up a cobweb if feelings and entanglements that keep the burn going and going strong.
When an author can write a steamy one nighter and keep the story going with a burn factor that’s off the charts, you know it’s an incredible read.
As far as the characters go, I was smitten. Both of them were full on love ‘em and leave ‘em types, which generally make me cringe, but there was just something between them from the start that was just so magical.
Yeah, this is definitely a book to read and love and read again. Way to go, Cate Ashwood. You’ve made a follower out of me.