Taking a Chance (Whisper Creek #6)

TAKING A CHANCE                                       MAGGIE McGINNIS

A rising star in the corporate world, Emma Winthrop enjoys the view from her cubicle in sunny Florida. But when she’s dispatched to a nursing home in Whisper Creek for three months of field experience, she discovers a slice of heaven made of mountains and mayhem—mostly in the form of rugged, drop-dead gorgeous Jasper Stone, who grinds his specialty beans at the town’s best coffee shop in between organizing dodge-ball games and wheelchair races in Emma’s hallways.

When Jasper walks in on this beautiful angel in silky purple underwear trying to rinse out her blouse, it’s a breathtaking view—even for a Montana native. Wreaking havoc here at Shady Acres keeps his dad in good spirits, but getting under Emma’s skin is proving to be even more fun. Jasper knows that he’s falling faster than a man with his past has any right to, but his body and his heart have a mind of their own. And Emma appears to be claiming both.
 

PAT'S REVIEW


Emma is working for a corporate that runs nursing homes. She works in the main office in Florida and has ideas that can be uplifting and that are of the normal but she is shot down at every turn by her boss. She is now being shipped for a lack of better term to Whisper Creek nursing home because the director is having surgery and then recovery. Before she arrives you meet Jasper. Actually he is holding wheelchair races which of course are not approved, but the residents like them and most of the other attics that he brings along. Just for the record I can relate to Jasper nothing like one person mucking it up for everyone else because of one thing or the other. The director asks him knowing it will be a most monumental task on his part to behave while she is gone and because there will be a new person filling in for her from the corporate office. He agrees, but of course she arrives early because she wants to do well in this job for a promotion only to what she thinks is chaos and mayhem, but everything is really fine until she tries to tell Jasper he can’t be there. What she does not realize is that he is there for a man who his own children don’t come to visit, and is also keeping his father in good spirits. Now Emma must come to some kind of terms with Jasper because she notices that he is there mornings, afternoons and nights. This is when the story and the two of them begin to take off. You are then taken on his attics to the end to bring her over to his side. Buckle up and read this fun book to see how it ends. I received this book from Netgalley.com I gave it 4 stars. Follow us at www.1rad-readerreviews.com

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