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Reviewed by Natasha Jackson for Readers' Favorite
That One Moment is the story of Ricki and Kory. Running away from heartbreak and betrayal, Ricki has decided she wants to live off the land. Learn how to be a survivalist and forget the things that brought her to where she is today. But things don’t always go as planned, as she soon learns, and not just when it comes to men and friendship. On her very first day, Ricki nearly falls off a mountain to her death and that’s how we meet Kory. Sweet, wonderful, delicious and wounded Kory. Author Patty Wiseman does a good job of injecting so much action into just the first two pages that I had high expectations for this story.
And That One Moment does not disappoint. Kory and Ricki have to deal with instant attraction which, for two people reluctant to form those close ties again, is a bit of a problem. I love a story where both main characters want, or don’t want, the same thing, because you just know the journey is going to be good, and Patty Wiseman made sure it was a step above good. At times, Ricki could be frustrating, but the more you learn about her and the circumstances that led her to Wolf’s Den, the easier it is to sympathize with her. Not that Kory is all that innocent either; at times he let his pride get in the way of something really great. Luckily they both paid for it but good before they came to their senses. Patty Wiseman wrote a fantastic story with lots of beautiful scenery, and captivating prose that sucks the reader in until the very end.