JACK:He’s beautiful. He’s sweet. And he’s way too young for me.Unfinished business brought me to Park City, and my friend’s son is the last person I expect to run into. Our chemistry is so strong I can almost forget there’s an age gap between us.I didn’t expect to find Austin so relatable, and before long I’m feeling more than I should for him. He’s younger than me, and I’ve never seen a man this way before, but we can’t deny we want each other.So much is wrong with this, and I don’t know if we can last. But the closer I get to leaving, the less I want to, and I’ve had too much heartbreak to take a chance on the wrong person. Time’s not on our side, and we have to decide if this is more than a fling.Trouble is, I’ve already crossed the line.AUSTIN:Age isn’t keeping me from Jack.I came to Park City looking for answers about my dad, not to fall in love with one of his friends. But I’m not fitting in at my brothers’ bed & breakfast, and when Jack walks in, he’s a welcome distraction.He’s quick to open up, and it turns out the same reasons brought us to town. The more we talk, the more I want to know him, and we risk losing sight of why we’re here.But he’s straight and more experienced—and I can’t keep him here once we have our answers. If he isn’t serious about us, it needs to end before someone gets hurt.I may be younger, but I know when I’m risking my heart.This is the third book in the Mountain Men series. It can be read as a standalone with no cliffhanger.