Another Remington, another dare, and a second chance romance. This time around, we get Elliott, dear grumpy, broken Elliott. He and Rebel are so good together even when they're at each other's throats. The story does have its share of humor, especially when the brothers get together, but it's also emotional as both Elliott and Rebel deal with secrets and past hurt. Then we have some sentiment as lovable service dogs find their humans. All of that makes for a great story, but one of my favorite things about this series is this family. Whether related by blood or life on the island, they're family, and it shines through in the story. Shelly's done it again and given me not just great characters, but friends that I'll definitely revisit from time to time.
This is the second in the series and can be read as a standalone, but I highly recommend starting with the first book. Once you've met these terrific characters, you'll want more.