CAUGHT UP IN THE TOUCH

CAUGHT UP IN THE TOUCH                   LAURA TRENTHAM

Caught Up in the Touch (Falcon Football, #2)Jessica Montgomery has always lived by three simple rules: stay calm, stay professional, stay in control. Working tirelessly to make it into the executive ranks of her family's business, her dream job of CFO is within reach--if she can convince one stubborn and sexy Alabama restaurateur to take her offer and manage Montgomery Industries flagship restaurant in Atlanta.

On the surface Logan Wilde is all good-old-boy charm and humor, but he can't seem to outrun the hell-raising reputation of his high school years. Although he has thought about leaving his hometown in Falcon Alabama, he has grown to love the town, his restaurant, and his part-time gig coaching the football team.

Jessica estimates it will take a week tops to get Logan Wilde's signature on her generous offer, but their first meeting is anything but professional. Logan shreds Jessica's control and unleashes a passion she didn't know existed even as a deeper connection between them takes root. When her family's manipulations threaten to tear them apart, Jessica has to decide whether her dream is really the CFO job or the man who has unselfishly offered his love.
HUBBY'S REVIEW:
This story begins in the board room of Montgomery industries and Jessica Montgomery standing up to her father in front of the board while he was putting her down and wanting her to go to Falcon Alabama, to hire a new chief for one of their restaurants. He has already turned down two of their offers so he wants a personal touch. She goes their figuring it should take a week at the most to get him to agree with a deal. Logan has just come back from two weeks in the woods and lost his phone in a river or mud bank somewhere and is sitting at his bar needing a shave, bath and a change of clothes when he spots Jessica walking in. He thinks she could pass for a Russian spy and as they begin to speak he realizes that she does not know who he is and just says he is a handyman, which technically he is since he just worked on replacing the gas stove. She is thinking he looks like a mountain man but he comes through to help her out with her car and a place to stay. That is where she finds out that mountain man is Logan Wilde and when she goes back to his restaurant later that evening he looks totally different. The week continues to grow longer and she is getting more involved with the town of Falcon and the people. Especially the ones close to Logan. They are also spending more time together when they can find it between his restaurant and football practice as asst. coach for the high school team. She is beginning to like it there and realizing that she does not like working for her father and that she knows Logan is not going to leave. They become romantic and they open up to each other something they have not done with another person, but still there are problems that need to be worked through and her father causes one of the few, but if they can work through them together they stand a chance of making it, this is a fun and fast paced book. I was able to read it in one day and I liked the characters and the small town. a very good story. I got this book from net galley. I give this 4 stars.

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