Sometime I'm a little slow. I've had plans to come out to Minnesota since March and it only dawned on me the week before that Joel Skelton lived out here. I sent him a message asking if he could turn down the heat before I got to his great city. Joel promised he'd do what he could about the heat, but also suggested we meet for a drink.
The instant we met it was like running into an old friend and we were never at a loss for words. Okay so I barely gave the poor man a chance to talk. I tend to get like that when I'm around people I like and the more I like you, the more I talk. With Joel, I talked a lot!!
Now, If I don't talk to you.... ~crickets chirping~
You get the point. :)
So, if you haven't had the opportunity to meet Joel, I highly recommend you
do!! What a gracious, funny, interesting and total cutie the man is!! Not to mention an absolute sweetheart! He brought me a signed copy of his book which I will cherish.
Then a brush with death makes Harper and Ian reassess their plans for
the future… and offers them an opportunity for adventure. What starts
out as a casual fantasy of owning and operating a B&B on Lake
Superior soon explodes into reality as Harper and Ian realize that when
they rely on each other, they can accomplish great things.