Book two in the “Falcon Football Series” is just as captivating and charming as the main leads Jessica Montgomery and Logan Wilde. Falcon, Alabama seems to be going through a magical spell of romance and love as Laura Threntham pens her stories with a dazzle and a sizzle.


With an aspiration to become the CFO of Montgomery Industries, on the behest of her father, Jessica Montgomery arrives in Falcon to convince Logan Wilde to join Montgomery Restaurants, so her CFO spot is cemented. But the wilderness of Falcon, the open woods and the lush greens of Falcon bring back childhood memories of love and her grandmother. And the Mountain Man sure tempts her to test the boundaries of her dreams and her reality.

Touted as a famous chef, Logan Wilde is happy running his restaurant Adaline’s and has no intent to accept a job with the Montgomerys. With a past that he’s not proud of, and a present that he intents to work at, he is happy with his current status. But Jessica with her suits and killer heals stabs right at his heart and he wants nothing more than to keep her by his side and explore the wild side with her.

I loved Laura Trentham’s first book in the series “Slow And Steady Rush” (Darcy Wilde and Robbie Dalton), and “Caught Up In The Touch” takes us a step further into the little town of Falcon, and Laura’s penning is so much more entertaining, passionate and enticing. Logan and Jessica wear their emotions on their sleeves, independent yet depending on each other, both with painful and neglected pasts, yet have managed to find their bearings, will only make us love them more for their strength and love.

With secondary characters adding depth and spice to the story, Laura does a fantastic job with “Caught Up In The Touch” as she catches our hearts.

Received an ARC from St. Martin’s Press via NetGalley for an honest review.