After moving cross-country yet again, Hannah Roberts wants to put down roots in Colorado. She's sunk her life savings into a share of Bloom Yoga Studio, but the studio is losing money, and fast. The building is undergoing a messy, noisy renovation--and the hot carpenter in charge is distracting her yoga students in more ways than one. If Hannah can't talk the hard-bodied builder out of his power tools, she might as well kiss her dreams goodbye.
When Jake Marshall returned from Afghanistan, he brought back an injured knee and a lot of bad memories. He just wants to finish this renovation, rehab his knee, and head for Alaska to leave it all behind. A sexy yoga teacher doesn't fit into his plans. But when Hannah offers him private sessions in exchange for quiet hours—he’s all in. He doesn't expect that while she's healing his knee, Hannah will poke at all his hidden wounds...and come dangerously close to breaking open his heart.
One workaholic CEO. One free-spirit yoga teacher. A thousand miles of temptation.
Crystal Ananda is fed up with her parents’ expectations. She has more to offer their yoga brand than just a pretty face. A wedding in the Adirondacks sounds like the perfect escape. But when a thunderstorm grounds her plane, she’s stuck hitching a ride with the bride’s brother. Bradford T. Huntington is arrogant, controlling, too handsome for his own good, and their rented Mustang is going to be a tight fit, what with all that baggage he’s carrying.
As CEO of the family business, Ford barely has time for other people’s weddings, let alone relationships of his own. But he needs his family to sign off on a make-or-break business deal, and nothing’s going to stand in his way. Not a canceled flight, not painful secrets, and definitely not an unpredictable, stubborn, way-too-flexible yoga teacher.
Crystal and Ford just want to get to the wedding and part ways. However, a speeding ticket, a bar fight, a karaoke contest, and two hot nights later, they’ve come to like each other far too much. It’s a long road to love, and neither one of them has a map. Can two total opposites go the distance?
Jennifer and Brandon