Giving It All is the third book in the Naked Men series by Christi Barth. Best friends since their schooldays these men survived a tragedy as teenagers and will do anything for each other. This installment features Logan Marsh, the hero of the group. He saved his friends all those years ago and now works for his father’s foundation rescuing people from disaster zones.
If you’ve been following the series (and I urge you to go back and read the others in sequence if you haven’t!) Logan has just discovered that he has a half sister that he knew nothing about. Rushing back to meet her from his latest mission he finds himself stranded in a Caribbean airport unable to get a flight home due to an impending hurricane. On his way to try and find a hotel for the night he runs into red-head Brooke.
Brooke Gallagher is a home economics teacher and cheerleading coach, or she was until tragedy struck at her school. On a short break to get her head together the last person she expects to see is her old friend Logan. The hunky soccer player she crushed on through high school but always ended up just friends. She is excited to discover that their old chemistry is still there and that Logan is as nice as she remembered.
Logan’s hero complex threatens to get in the way of their newly rediscovered friendship. Can Brooke show him what he hasn’t realised that he needs?
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UK Publication Date: Jan 17 2017. 277 pages.
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