Review: Lean On Me by HelenKay Dimon

Posted October 10th, 2012 by in Blog, Carina Press, Contemporary Romance, Review / 0 comments

Lean On Me by HelenKay Dimon



Publisher: Carina Press (October 22, 2012)

Book Info:

Cassidy Clarke once climbed the world’s highest mountains, but after an unexpected illness ends her career she’s back in her hometown, broke and hoping for a little luck. But the townsfolk aren’t exactly putting out a welcome mat for the woman who once snubbed them in the media, despite her apologies now.

Mitch Anders knows someone has set up camp on the grounds of his plant nursery, and he’s surprised to find his sexy high school crush ducking questions about where she’s staying. Though he’s sworn to stop cleaning up other people’s messes, Mitch offers Cassidy a job and a place to stay—his place. Bed-sharing optional, but definitely welcome.

Out of options and too attracted to Mitch to keep things platonic, Cassidy says yes to his offer. She wants to get back on her feet financially and start a new career. She never expects to suffer a different kind of fall, one that has her believing Mitch just might bring her something bigger and better than luck.

39,000 words


Lean On Me is a fun and engaging read from start to end. A perfect Pick-me-up to brighten your day!

Cassidy’ once an acclaimed mountaineer finds her life in shambles. Her Career is over; she has been cheated out of her finances and is living out of a tent…barely surviving.

I really liked Cassidy’s character she was strong and independent….struggling but never broken. Mitch was an interesting character, charming and quite endearingly HOT! The flirtations between Cassidy and Mitch sure had me laughing out loud.

The dialogues are funny and witty; this is my first book from this author and I really enjoyed her writing and will be sure to check out her other releases.

Lean On Me is a Novella so I’m not going to say much at the risk of giving it away. Suffice to say it is well worth a read.





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