Faith Mendes needs to get her life in order and get a job--yesterday. Thankfully, the live-in house-keeper position at the King brothers' ranch is up for grabs. Problem is, she'd be working with her old childhood crush, Nate King. He's sexy, wealthy, and his Texas-sized charms are legendary...and, clearly, impossible to resist.
Nate never thought twice about his best friend's little sister. Back then, Faith was off-limits. But now that she's all grown up, Nate's whole world has turned upside-down. Razor-sharp, down-to-earth, and hotter-than-heck, Faith is everything Nate has ever dreamed of in a woman...and maybe even in a wife. But Faith has loved and lost enough already to risk it all on another known bad-boy. How can Nate convince her that he is the real deal--and that he's ready to rein it in and never look back?
The last of the King men has finally fallen and what a sweet fall it was. Since this was the last book in the series I wasn't sure what would happen with Nate but I'm glad he ended up with Faith.
Faith happens to be Nate's best friend Sam's little sister and he has warned Nate to stay away. When Faith needs a job and a place to stay Nate isn't sure this is the right place for her but when he learns why and sees the bruise her ex left on her his protective instincts take over and she can stay as long as she wants.
Nate comes off as a manwhore but realizing how much he actually was into Faith was eye opening. Sure he wants to get her between the sheets but once she is their he wants her to stay. Faith on the other hand just wants Nate's help even though she has had a thing for him for a long time.
I was shocked when Faith is the one who left even though she wanted to stay. I was expecting her to be all giddy that she finally got to be with Nate. I liked that Nate knew for a long time that she was the only one but what I really loved was how he planned to win her heart completely.
It was really great catching up with the previous characters and to see how their relationships were thriving but on a sad note someone doesn't make it and saying goodbye to that character was a little hard.
Lane brought some real emotion into this story and I really enjoyed how it played out in the end. Hopefully a new series is on the horizon because Lane has a talent for storytelling and I absolutely loved the King family.