Wild Thing by Robin Kaye
Toni Russo is invisible. Even in her Goth clothes she disappears when she is around the super models that surround her, and she is good with that. Bianca, her boss at Action Models has sent her to overlook the photo shoot in Stanley, Idaho and that is not a good thing. Toni is happy in New York with all the noise and crowds, she is not happy in the wilderness at Sawtooth Inn. For some reason the handsome Hunter Kincaid, owner of River Runner's guide service won't let her hide in her room with her fears. The man is relentless and too good looking. Soon enough he should be noticing the gorgeous models rather than her.
Hunter had a thing for Toni the minute he heard her sexy voice over the phone in January. And here she was in person, and more enticing than ever. He was afraid it would be Bianca waiting for him. The owner of Action Models was paying him really well but the week she was out to check out the places for photo shoots she kept coming unto him and he had learned it was best to keep clients out of his personal life. He even made sure his two brothers were here this week to help distract Bianca away from him. Toni was different though and when Hunter saw a book her mom sent her to read, he had his sister Karma get him one. It was on how to find the man you want to marry and he thought it would be funny to read it, only somehow he found himself trying to follow what the book said to win Toni over. Somewhere along the line the attraction become more than physical.
Toni and Hunter struggle through out the book. If it's not Bianca making it look as she has a deeper relationship with Hunter or his helpful relatives giving advice than its Toni's fear of the wilderness. And how can a city gal and mountain man find happiness?
This book is the fifth book in a related series. The previous book, Yours for the Taking, is Hunter's cousin Ben.
**Language and sexual situations
**Book received through NetGalley for review