Morgan has an inexhaustible talent for pairing unlikely characters in her fast-paced romances. But she also has the unfailing ability to see beneath these contradictions to the secret desires and magic moments that bring these characters together. This third book in her Getting Physical series is no different. The vibrant, free-spirited and irrepressible heroine’s romance with her reclusive, practical woodsman becomes, under Morgan’s pen, an uplifting, irreverent and emotionally satisfying novel.

Kendra Khuso isn’t ashamed to admit she enjoys her carefree single-life, though her traditional Indian family wants her to settle down. Until the night when a friend’s calamities lead her to Noah Walker’s cabin in the woods. Noah has spent years living off the grid and isn’t about to make a move on Kendra since it conflicts with his best friend’s unrequited love for her — no matter how crazy Noah might be about her. Kendra is more than happy to do her own pursuing, even if it means learning to love the great outdoors. (CARINAPRESS.COM, dl $3.99)
Reviewed by: 
Bridget Keown