Barely Breathing (Colorado High Country #1) by Pamela Clare

Barely Breathing (Colorado High Country, #1)Barely Breathing by Pamela Clare
My rating: 4 of 5 stars

A contemporary, adventure series filled with strong characters doing extreme rescues in Colorado, a sweet second-chance story and very steamy sexy times.

It’s definitely more on the light-hearted side of susupense, no federal-level conspiracies or high-level takedowns, but the breathtaking descriptions of country, the thrills of every climb and every heart-racing SAR session simply show Pamela Clare in her element with a story that’s right up her alley.

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Synopsis:

A hot contemporary romance from the author of the acclaimed I-Team series…

Lexi Jewell left Scarlet Springs twelve years ago, vowing never to return to the eccentric Colorado mountain town where she grew up. Now, here she is—over thirty, out of a job and with little choice but to move back in with her father. Lexi knows it’s just a matter of time before she runs into Austin Taylor, her first boyfriend and her first heartbreak. She’s determined to show him she’s over him—until he steps out of a pickup truck and back into her life, looking sexy as hell in his mountain ranger uniform.

As far as Austin is concerned, Lexi can turn her snazzy little convertible around and drive back to Chicago. After all, she ripped his teenage heart apart and turned her back on the town he loves. But from the moment he sees her again, he can’t get her out of his mind. Even her smile messes with his head. 

When an evening of conversation turns into something else, Lexi and Austin agree to be friends again—with benefits. But as Lexi starts making plans to return to the big city, Austin realizes he’ll lose her a second time unless he can show her that what she’s searching for has been right here all along.

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