⛰️ Enjoy the view by Sarah Morgenthaler

🚠 Welcome back to Moose Springs, Alaska. In this third book of the series, Easton Lockett, a mountain guide that looks like a Dothraki but has the heart of the BFG, meets River Lane, a former Hollywood actress who is trying to film a documentary about Moose Springs. What do they have in common? Immense and immeasurable love for climbing.

♥️ I liked:⁠
😁 It’s hilarious. As in The tourist trap and in Mistletoe and Mr Right, I literally found myself ⁠laughing out loud while reading the book. The first meeting between Easton and River, the torture barn, the jokes on the white fluffy towels at Easton’s place… all these scenes made me smile.
❤️ The love for climbing. I’ve never climbed in my life, but I love mountains, hiking and being surrounded by nature. Sport has always been a big part of my life, so I totally get Easton and River’s love for climbing. It introduced me to a world I didn’t know at all, a dangerous but highly rewarding world.
🗻 Life on the edge. This is when the book gets serious. Easton is a mountain guide, he climbs for a living. Every time he leaves for a new trip, he’s not sure whether he’ll come back or not. This made me think. I also loved Easton’s routine: before each climb, he goes to see his friends and family, Ash tries to convince him to stop climbing, and he never listens.
😍 The scenery. The descriptions were so lively that I could picture Mount Veil in my head. It must be amazing to be able to climb so high and be a spectator of Mother Nature’s force and power.

⭐⭐⭐⭐ 4/5⁠ 4 stars only because Mistletoe and Mr Right is still my favourite book of the series!⁠ Anyway, I enjoyed this book so much, that I stayed up all night to finish it. I really really really hope there is going to be a 4th book! Thanks to #netgalley and @sourcebookscasa for the ARC. And congratulations to the author for yet another incredible book.

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