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At her wit’s end with her twelve-year-old niece, Wren Snow takes the manager’s job at Blue Spruce Lodge so Sky can get to know her father, Trigg Johanssen—a tycoon snowboarder with a playboy reputation.
Gold-medalist Trigg Johanssen is furious she kept Sky a secret, but quits competition to focus on his newly discovered daughter only to have his chemistry with Wren complicate their attempts to co-parent.
When outside forces threaten the ski resort he’s rebuilding, a marriage of convenience seems like the answer. It would give his daughter the life she deserves, but is it too much for a heartbroken woman still nursing past hurts?
I really liked In Too Deep. A lot. Everything from Wren and her terrible upbringing, even Sky with her bad attitude that eventually changed and turned her into the adorable, precocious kid she became for most of the story. Even Vivien and Rolf had me on their team.
I wanted to like him.
I don’t judge him (much) for the choices he made as a kid because honestly, I would have made the same decision. But there was something about him that just rubbed me the wrong way. Trigg was overbearing and not in an endearing way. At all. In fact, if I didn’t love Wren so much and wanted her to get the HEA she wanted, I wouldn’t have even liked this story.
But it was really good and engaging as it took up most of my Saturday while I enjoyed every single page. My heart broke for Wren at the beginning of the story as she had to deal with her bratty, ungrateful niece and a father who couldn’t be bothered to put in any effort to get to know his own kid.
But as everyone came into focus, I found that I really loved this big, boisterous German-American family. They fought and laughed, kidded and fought some more, but through it all they always had each other’s backs.
As for the romance? It didn’t feel like the focus of In Too Deep for me because the relationship with Sky and Wren or Sky and Trigg took up most of the story which I didn’t mind.
I would read another book in this series…definitely.