You have me at Air Force Pilot and then a Bakery. Lindsay lost her love years ago. She was not looking to find love again. Colton was done being a pilot and now ready to work in the private field. What happened was staring at him, a beautiful woman setting out desserts, his weakness sweets and a lovely woman. Colton maybe the alpha, but this romance was at her terms. Lindsay wanted to take her time to get to know him but ultimately she fell hard for him. She finally felt loved all over.
Love it when a writer can have so many feelings in a small book. Elle Christensen is this author; she gives each character their own identity for love. Say Yes is quick, quirky, and hot love.
Sweet bakery owner, Lindsay Balewa, is content to brighten the lives of others with her confections and volunteering. With her business booming, she moves into a duplex nearby. Supposedly, the owner lives next door, but the mysterious man keeps odd hours and is often away, leaving her no opportunity to get to know him.
Pilot, Colton Black, is trying to accept his life outside of the Air Force after an injury forced him into retirement. Despite keeping himself in the air by running a private charter company, he feels lost. Until the night he spies Lindsay in a black dress, carrying a tray of cupcakes. Suddenly, he has a very clear purpose, sex and sweets.
Lindsay is uncomfortable starting a relationship with her landlord, but Colton is more than determined to convince her to take a chance on him. Unfortunately, someone else is laying claim to her, someone in the shadows, waiting for the right moment to tear Colton and Lindsay apart.