The Plot (from Goodreads):
Former Hollywood darling River Lane’s acting career is tanking fast. Determined to start fresh behind the camera, she agrees to film a documentary about the picturesque small town of Moose Springs, Alaska. The assignment should have been easy, but the quirky locals want nothing to do with River. Well, too bad: River’s going to make this film and prove herself, no matter what it takes.
Or what (literal) mountain she has to climb.
Easton Lockett may be a gentle giant, but he knows a thing or two about survival. If he can keep everyone in line, he should be able to get River and her crew up and down Mount Veil in one piece. Turns out that’s a big if. The wildlife’s wilder than usual, the camera crew’s determined to wander off a cliff, and the gorgeous actress is fearless. Falling for River only makes Easton’s job tougher, but there’s only so long he can hold out against her brilliant smile. When bad weather strikes, putting everyone at risk, it’ll take all of Easton’s skill to get them back home safely…and convince River she should stay in his arms for good.
Enjoy the View is the third installment of the Moose Springs, Alaska series. This might have been my favorite one so far! I’m an avid hiker myself, so the adventurous theme of this book spoke to me more than those of the previous books. It was a little more serious and less goofy and forced than Mistletoe and Mr. Right.
I loved Easton, and have since the first book. I was so excited to get to his book, and it did not disappoint! I did wish there was more of Graham and Zoey–their scenes were pretty limited for Graham being Easton’s best friend. I loved the mountain scenes, though, so I was happy with it overall!
I’m sad to have reached the end of the Moose Springs series, as I have loved these rom coms. I definitely recommend the series. It makes me want to go back to Alaska!
I listened to this one as an audiobook. I love the narrator of this series and think she does a fantastic job. My only issue was that I kept getting River and Jesse mixed up…to me, River is a hipster boy’s name, and Jess(i)e is a girl’s name! Obviously, this made some of the flirting scenes a bit confusing.
Overall, fans of this series and of rom-coms in general will love this book. They can be read as a standalone, although it’s always better to see the love stories unfold in order!