Author: Vicki Lewis Thompson
Published: July 21st 2015
Source: Copy given by author for honest review
Genre: Contemporary Romance
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The last cowboy…
All work and no play makes Finn a dull cowboy. Since his divorce, Finn O'Roarke has put all of his time into his Seattle-based microbrewery, unaware that back in Wyoming, his foster parents are on the verge of ruin. Now Finn and his foster brothers are trying to save Thunder Mountain Ranch—and only one woman can help them turn it all around.
Marketing guru Chelsea Trask has had a thing for the gorgeous brewer for ages. When they work together at Thunder Mountain Ranch, however, she starts to see Finn's cowboy side. And it's irresistibly hot. Best of all, the attraction that's been sizzling beneath the surface has erupted in some very sexy situations. But is Chelsea falling for the real Finn…or for the cowboy he used to be?
The Thunder Mountain Brotherhood series is seriously the best ever! I doubt I'll ever get tired of reading these stories. They're just so lovely in every way. In this story, we get to follow Finn and Chelsea, two people who have a strictly business relationship. Finn knows that if he allows Chelsea into his life in any way except professionally, it's just going to create chaos. He's too focused on business, and it's that way of thinking that ended his first marriage. However, he and Chelsea are working together closely and the sexual tension is extremely high. They've spent years fighting their feelings, but in just one night they culminate into something neither one of them can stop. It's a passionate start, but they know there can be more, and they both want more. There's only one thing their relationship will come down to: Can Finn be able to find the balance needed to keep it alive with Chelsea?
Rolling Like Thunder is such a gorgeously written book. I've got to hand it to Vicki Lewis Thompson--she is beyond amazing at creating stories you fall for deeply. The main reason, other than the absolutely lovely romance, has to be because family is the center. It's the most important thing with these stories, and all the characters get that deep down. Chelsea integrated into Finn's family seamlessly, it was beautiful. And then there's the dancing... *sigh* So sweet. I don't think I can express how excited I am to read more! I just can't wait.