Montana Ice (Small Town Romance Book 2) by Vanessa Vale
Veronica Miller is a plumber on a mission—buy out her dad and the family business is finally hers. One big, handsome problem stands in her way. And it’s not a clogged toilet.
Jack Reid is the boy she crushed on in high school. Ten years ago, he broke her heart and skipped town. But now he’s back, and he’s definitely no longer a boy. He’s all man—and he’d really like for Veronica to check out his pipe.
Forced to being roommates, Jack and Veronica have to work through a decade of baggage, disappointment, wanting and unrequited lust.
Even though Veronica’s heart hasn’t yet forgiven Jack, they’ll need more than a pillow berm down the middle of the bed to keep them apart.
In Montana Ice, the second book in the Small Town Romance series, it might be below zero, but Jack and Veronica heat things up.
My rating: 5 of 5 stars
This book is hilarious! There is absolutely no other word to describe it. I can’t remember the last time I laughed so hard when reading a book. Book 2 in the series, it is completely a stand alone. While there a few characters from book 1 that make appearances (including George!) the events are totally new.
Veronica is a small town girl, following her dreams of buying her dad’s plumbing company. She’s a hard worker, smart, loyal, and friendly. But there is the one that got away…. Jack is a lawyer, who grew up with Veronica, but fled small town life after high school. He is back in town, to help out with his uncle’s house remodel, and when he runs into Veronica, the past rears its ugly head.
This book has so much going for it. It’s unusual, the characters are realistic, and the character interactions are hilarious. There were several points that I laughed until I had tears in my eyes. From mistaken identity, inept stalkers, and sex toy parties, this book is a light-hearted, fun read, that I would recommend to any one!