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“This book is for true lovers of romance! A unique, strong, feisty heroine. And the hero! Gah! He’s an alpha hero that you will fall head-over-heels for.”

~Adriana Locke, USA Today and Washington Post


Winter Nobleman is complicated. To say the least.

It was supposed to be simple. Go to Paris, find a client’s daughter, and close a multi-million-dollar deal. Easy. Then I meet her. Stormy blue eyes, quick wit, and the secrets she keeps on the tip of her tongue make me forget my mission for a moment, or six, and why I’m in Paris in the first place—to bring her home.

Distracted by her beauty, I fail to notice the others lurking with missions of their own.

Bennett Everest is the twist I never saw coming. Talk about perfect timing.

He steals my breath the first time I see him and breathes hope back into my heart. He’s a giant in my eyes, a king among men with patience and love to share in spades. Six foot three. Whiskey-colored eyes. Solid gold on the inside.

Despite the dirty deeds of my past, he sees the person I am meant to be and not the person I have become.

If the lies don’t kill us, will the truth set us free?

“Absolutely Best Romantic Suspense of 2019!” – Lulu, FB/GR

“Bennett is so so sexy and romantic. He’s THE best book boyfriend.” -Barbara, Goodreads

“With stellar writing and the kind of plot that you instantly connect with, Force of Nature was everything I love in a story and more.” -LitlJen, Goodreads

My Review

Truth and lies…that’s what everything in life always seems to come down to and what every human being seems to struggle with when it comes to who deserves the story of their life and who only gets the insignificant parts.

Winter Nobleman is a woman with an unkind past – one that has defined her for far too long…one that seems to keep taking regardless of how little Winter has left to give. Her eyes carry secrets behind them, but it’s unclear what her true story is because she’s not ready to give it; it’s the one thing that she still has some control over, which means readers and even Bennett Everest will have to wait for Winter’s truths to be unraveled.

S.L. Scott has created some of my favorite alpha heroes, but I just might have found one to uproot all of them – Bennett Everest. He may be the youngest of the brothers, but he understands what matters in life, and his protective nature easily draws people in. But when it comes to Winter and what he’s been tasked to do, what appears to be and what actually is changes things for Bennett, complicating the mission, but also allowing him to see what’s truly important in life and in love.

Winter and Bennett are forces of nature – hellbent on making their own ways. That’s part of what draws them to each other but it’s also what makes things difficult for both of them. And as their story continues, Scott leads them and readers down a dangerous yet seductive path and the twists and turns that the plot line takes is what allows the unexpected to occur, keeping readers guessing as well as riveted to the pages as the mystery unfolds, heading toward its resolution.

Paris is the perfect city for Winter and Bennett’s story; it’s romantic, intriguing, majestic, and its air of mystery adds to the suspense that is strewn throughout the story line. In its own right, the City of Lights is a pivotal character in Force of Nature and the role it plays lives up to every single aspect of this beautiful and enlightening environment.

As an English teacher, I revel in scenes where witty banter and seamless dialogue is created; there’s just something about an author’s ability to blend and deliver snark, sweet, and steam effortlessly that makes my appreciation for the story and its creator that much richer, and I can wholeheartedly say that that’s exactly what S.L. Scott accomplished in Winter and Bennett’s story.

4.5 Poison Apples


Living in the capital of Texas with her family, Scott loves traveling and avocados, beaches, and cooking with her kids. She’s obsessed with epic romances and loves a good plot twist. Her favorite color is blue, but she likens it more toward the sky than the emotion. Her home is filled with the welcoming symbol of the pineapple and finds surfing a challenge though she likes to think she’s a pro.











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