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A grouchy mountaineer, a Hollywood starlet And miles of untamed wilderness... What could possibly go wrong? Former Hollywood darling River Lane's acting career is tanking fast. Determined to start fresh behind the camera, she agrees to film a documentary about the picturesque small town of Moose Springs, Alaska. The assignment should have been easy, but the quirky locals want A grouchy mountaineer, a Hollywood starlet And miles of untamed wilderness... What could possibly go wrong? Former Hollywood darling River Lane's acting career is tanking fast. Determined to start fresh behind the camera, she agrees to film a documentary about the picturesque small town of Moose Springs, Alaska. The assignment should have been easy, but the quirky locals want nothing to do with River. Well, too bad: River's going to make this film and prove herself, no matter what it takes. Or what (literal) mountain she has to climb. Easton Lockett may be a gentle giant, but he knows a thing or two about survival. If he can keep everyone in line, he should be able to get River and her crew up and down Mount Veil in one piece. Turns out that's a big if. The wildlife's wilder than usual, the camera crew's determined to wander off a cliff, and the gorgeous actress is fearless. Falling for River only makes Easton's job tougher, but there's only so long he can hold out against her brilliant smile. When bad weather strikes, putting everyone at risk, it'll take all of Easton's skill to get them back home safely...and convince River she should stay in his arms for good.


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A grouchy mountaineer, a Hollywood starlet And miles of untamed wilderness... What could possibly go wrong? Former Hollywood darling River Lane's acting career is tanking fast. Determined to start fresh behind the camera, she agrees to film a documentary about the picturesque small town of Moose Springs, Alaska. The assignment should have been easy, but the quirky locals want A grouchy mountaineer, a Hollywood starlet And miles of untamed wilderness... What could possibly go wrong? Former Hollywood darling River Lane's acting career is tanking fast. Determined to start fresh behind the camera, she agrees to film a documentary about the picturesque small town of Moose Springs, Alaska. The assignment should have been easy, but the quirky locals want nothing to do with River. Well, too bad: River's going to make this film and prove herself, no matter what it takes. Or what (literal) mountain she has to climb. Easton Lockett may be a gentle giant, but he knows a thing or two about survival. If he can keep everyone in line, he should be able to get River and her crew up and down Mount Veil in one piece. Turns out that's a big if. The wildlife's wilder than usual, the camera crew's determined to wander off a cliff, and the gorgeous actress is fearless. Falling for River only makes Easton's job tougher, but there's only so long he can hold out against her brilliant smile. When bad weather strikes, putting everyone at risk, it'll take all of Easton's skill to get them back home safely...and convince River she should stay in his arms for good.

30 review for Enjoy the View

  1. 4 out of 5

    Debra

    Enjoy the View was an enjoyable book - a very enjoyable book. River Lane was a Hollywood starlet, determined to sill make movies, she has agreed to make a documentary about the small town of Moose Springs, Alaska. Sounds like an easy light job, but the locals are not too welcoming too tourist (Don't let the bar/restaurant called "The Tourist Trap" fool you). Undetermined and will a strong will, River is determined to do what she set out to do - film a documentary. A chance meeting with a mountain Enjoy the View was an enjoyable book - a very enjoyable book. River Lane was a Hollywood starlet, determined to sill make movies, she has agreed to make a documentary about the small town of Moose Springs, Alaska. Sounds like an easy light job, but the locals are not too welcoming too tourist (Don't let the bar/restaurant called "The Tourist Trap" fool you). Undetermined and will a strong will, River is determined to do what she set out to do - film a documentary. A chance meeting with a mountain of a man, named Easton Lockett, leads her in the direction of a Mount Veil. Naturally, she along with Bree and Jessie (her staff helping her film her documentary) all had climbing experience. So up the mountain they went - when I say mountain, I mean Mount Veil and not Easton, who as I previously described as a mountain of a man. This was such a fun, romantic and sassy book. I loved how River and Easton were flirty, sarcastic, and witty together. What could be better? A ROM Com with climbing involved. This was the perfect book for me. I am fascinated with climbing. My dream was to hike Kilimanjaro until a knee injury put that dream on hold, and if I am being honest, I have fantasized about Mount Everest. It will remain a dream and an interest. But I am happy to read about it and this book does not disappoint. This is book three in the Moose Springs series, Alaska series, but it worked very well as a stand-alone for me. Plus, it has ignited my interest and I plan on reading the first two books in the series. And I know I will be on the lookout for the next book. Speaking of the next book, I have my fingers crossed that Ash is front and center in the next. The characters are fun, interesting, and instantly grew on me. I love that nothing was rushed in this book and everything fell into place at just the right time. It was riveting, endearing, funny, sexy and right up my alley. Plus, its perfect reading for this time of year. I received a copy of this book from Sourcebooks Casablanca and NetGalley in exchange for an honest review. All the thoughts and opinions are my own.

  2. 5 out of 5

    Nilufer Ozmekik

    OMG! This series keep growing on me! Each book gets better and it makes me think to leave everything behind and dragging myself and my husband dearest’ big -let’s politely say aces-to Alaska, climbing to the mountains, befriending locals, lying in front of fireplace, drinking bottles of Cognac! The small town atmosphere, the cutest depicted various characters and a lot of smart, absurd, laugh out loud situations: what are you waiting for? Just start reading! And of course from the beginning li OMG! This series keep growing on me! Each book gets better and it makes me think to leave everything behind and dragging myself and my husband dearest’ big -let’s politely say aces-to Alaska, climbing to the mountains, befriending locals, lying in front of fireplace, drinking bottles of Cognac! The small town atmosphere, the cutest depicted various characters and a lot of smart, absurd, laugh out loud situations: what are you waiting for? Just start reading! And of course from the beginning like a loyal fan I kept chanting for Easton and wished he could get his own book sooner! Thankfully my crossed fingers which are glued made their magic and we didn’t wait for too long. I already loved Easton from the previous books and River Lane,a hot blooded, fiery, badass documentary maker/ actress/ director, redhead heroine who are stubborn enough to finish her project she’d started against town people’s will, pushing Easton’s button incessantly (thankfully she also tore up those buttons and gave us some sizzling steamy entertainment) was a great add to this sexy combination! River is determined to climb to the Mount Veil in one peace against sarcastic and judgmental comments of locals. And Easton Lockett has a plan! He knows the mountains well and he knows how to survive when an unexpected crisis erupts out of nowhere. But the biggest crisis he has to face is his blossoming feelings for River and of course a woman who has tomboy soul and seducing charm at the same body could a volatile combination! Beware dear Easton! Maybe because of being true fan of Easton for so long, this book grew on me more than the other ones. It was a great humorous, sarcastic, so much entertaining feel-good romance that I highly and truly recommend and giving my mountaineer, snowy, adventures, hot couple, well earned four stars! So much thanks to NetGalley and Sourcebooks Casablanca for sharing this amazing digital reviewer copy with me in exchange my honest thoughts.

  3. 4 out of 5

    Tina

    This is Chick-Lit/Romance/Women's Fiction, and this is the 3rd book in the Moose Springs, Alaska series. I have read and review the second book in this series. I really love the second book, and this one I really enjoyed. I did not normally loved books that has mountain climbing in it. The mountain climbing parts where not my favorite, but the characters where the best. I love all the characters and they where fun which made the book worth reading. I loved being in the town and with these charac This is Chick-Lit/Romance/Women's Fiction, and this is the 3rd book in the Moose Springs, Alaska series. I have read and review the second book in this series. I really love the second book, and this one I really enjoyed. I did not normally loved books that has mountain climbing in it. The mountain climbing parts where not my favorite, but the characters where the best. I love all the characters and they where fun which made the book worth reading. I loved being in the town and with these characters, and I cannot wait for the 4th book. I will be reading that book as well. If you love funny chick-lit with fun characters and cute romance this is the book/series for you. I was kindly provided an e-copy of this book by the publisher (Sourcebooks Casablanca) or author (Sarah Morgenthaler) via NetGalley in exchange for an honest review about how I feel about this book, and I want to send a big Thank you to them for that. (*)

  4. 4 out of 5

    Kelly (and the Book Boar)

    If you’ve been following along with my experiences when it comes to this series, you are already aware that I did not like the first two. You might even be ready to keyboard commando me and tell me that the definition of insanity is doing the same thing over and over again and expecting a different result. I only have one counterargument to make when it comes to my continuation of these books – the leading male in this one looked like Jason Mamoa. You know what they say about those Dothraki dude If you’ve been following along with my experiences when it comes to this series, you are already aware that I did not like the first two. You might even be ready to keyboard commando me and tell me that the definition of insanity is doing the same thing over and over again and expecting a different result. I only have one counterargument to make when it comes to my continuation of these books – the leading male in this one looked like Jason Mamoa. You know what they say about those Dothraki dudes . . . . This also featured climbing a mountain as the driving force behind the storyline and while I pretty much lived a lifestyle of quarantine before Dr. Fauci made quarantine cool, I loooooooooove watching (and apparently now reading) people attempting to summit a mountain in frigid temps and zero oxygen. Please note, if you want this book because you are in the mood to read about hiding some salami, it really ain’t gonna happen here. I mean 30 below zero and taking your pants off??? Poor fella’s pecker would fall clean off . . . . Just kidding. I mean I’m sure there probably is a gif for that, but I don’t need the Feds knocking at my door asking me why I’m searching for it. I already have to clear the browser history every time Mitchell logs on. Okay so as I said, this is about a film crew who shows up in Moose Springs, the most unfriendly tourist destination which relies heavily on tourists in order for everyone to make a living (see why I didn’t like the others???). We now know the characters well enough that it doesn’t feel like they are strangers and it’s Easton’s turn to find . . . . And he does so with River Lane – actress turned director/producer who is attempting to revamp her career via a documentary where they summit Mt. Veil. There is a lot of hurry up and wait before the smooching even commences but somehow it didn’t make me want to stab anybody. Oh, and there was also a cute little tagalong . . . . This was easily my favorite of the series and I’d give it 3.5. And since I wasn’t willing you find you a frostbit wiener photo, here’s a video I took of Shelby’s dogs with a Nest cam I put in her house and didn’t tell her about . . . .

  5. 4 out of 5

    rachel ☾

    #1) The Tourist Attraction ★★★☆☆ #2) Mistletoe & Mr Right ★★★★☆ thanks, i hated it ✌🏻 wish we got diego & quinn's story instead. or even killian's ➸ Trigger warnings for (view spoiler)[ableism & ableist language, mountaineering accident, hospitalisation, frostbite, and amputation discussed (hide spoiler)] . ▷ Representation: Bree (sc) is South Asian. Review copy provided by the publisher in exchange for an honest review. Blog • Trigger Warning Database • Twitter • Instagram #1) The Tourist Attraction ★★★☆☆ #2) Mistletoe & Mr Right ★★★★☆ thanks, i hated it ✌🏻 wish we got diego & quinn's story instead. or even killian's ➸ Trigger warnings for (view spoiler)[ableism & ableist language, mountaineering accident, hospitalisation, frostbite, and amputation discussed (hide spoiler)] . ▷ Representation: Bree (sc) is South Asian. Review copy provided by the publisher in exchange for an honest review. Blog • Trigger Warning Database • Twitter • Instagram

  6. 4 out of 5

    charlotte, (½ of readsrainbow)

    On my blog. Rep: South Asian American character Galley provided by publisher Do you ever have the experience of hating a character, or the actions of a character, so much that you are compelled to rate a book only a single star? That’s what happened to me here. I mean, I wasn’t really loving the book before that point, to say the least, so it’s not like it ruined it for me. But, God, if it didn’t irritate me no end. First up, a little rundown of the story. River wants to film a tourism documenta On my blog. Rep: South Asian American character Galley provided by publisher Do you ever have the experience of hating a character, or the actions of a character, so much that you are compelled to rate a book only a single star? That’s what happened to me here. I mean, I wasn’t really loving the book before that point, to say the least, so it’s not like it ruined it for me. But, God, if it didn’t irritate me no end. First up, a little rundown of the story. River wants to film a tourism documentary in Moose Springs, Alaska. However, the residents of Moose Springs, Alaska have some inexplicable (although probably explicable if I had read the previous books) vendetta against tourists and so go out of their way to make life difficult for her. So, she decides instead to film a climb up a nearby mountain. Which is led by Easton (who had been introduced earlier, but for the purposes of this summary, it’s not relevant). So, Easton takes River and her crew (who thankfully have a little bit of climbing experience, though not quite enough, as we shall see), along with another guide for reasons which shall be explained because they particularly frustrated me, up the mountain. And obviously, they fall in love on the way. So, which character ruined this book for me? Well, that would be River. Full disclosure, I wasn’t River’s biggest fan from the moment she appeared on the page. But I thought, hey, maybe I can come to like her. She’s not unsalvageable. Only. She was. First of all, you would think that, if you’re going up a mountain that has a notable mortality rate, you would listen to your guide. You would not do anything your guide does not want you to do. But no! River has to do her own thing! She has to bring a load of camera equipment that would weigh down their baggage. She has to do it without telling Easton first, so Easton cannot re-evaluate his plans. Then, she has to unclip herself from a line to rescue said camera equipment and thus almost fall off the mountain and die. And then, when her colleagues cannot continue, she has to make the decision that, no, she must reach the summit. She cannot possibly go down now. And Easton, being in love with her, agrees. Like a fool. Basically, River just doesn’t take no from an answer, not even a ‘no’ from an expert. Not even when her life is at risk. And that’s the primary reason I couldn’t stand her. The whole “won’t take no for an answer, is determined to get her job done and is ambitious” schtick would have worked…were it not for the fact that she was climbing a mountain, with an aforementioned mortality rate. Like I said earlier though: I wasn’t exactly loving this book before all this happened. It was a little bland for me, and I didn’t really see anything to root for in the romance. In fact, I was more rooting for River and her colleagues to get summarily blocked from doing anything in the town. And yes, all of this was probably coloured by my not-exactly-positive feelings towards River from the start. Ones which, I feel, could have been redeemed. Only they weren’t. And here we are. So, in conclusion, you have no idea the number of swear words I had to delete from this review.

  7. 5 out of 5

    Teresa

    I read the first book in Morgenthaler Moose Springs, Alaska series and moderately enjoyed the cute rom-com. I missed the second book in the series, but reading this book was an absolute pleasure. It too is probably classified as a rom-com, but it is so much more. Yes, of course, there are male and female leads who trade witty quips and have a “one for the grandchildren” meet-cute. The main characters, Hollywood actress and budding filmmaker River Lane and mountaineer guide, Easton Lockett are st I read the first book in Morgenthaler Moose Springs, Alaska series and moderately enjoyed the cute rom-com. I missed the second book in the series, but reading this book was an absolute pleasure. It too is probably classified as a rom-com, but it is so much more. Yes, of course, there are male and female leads who trade witty quips and have a “one for the grandchildren” meet-cute. The main characters, Hollywood actress and budding filmmaker River Lane and mountaineer guide, Easton Lockett are strong-willed people but don’t try to force their will on each other. In fact, they are overly concerned with how a relationship between two, different people as themselves, would do to the other. Easton is a burly, giant of a man with a gentle soul, and River is a tough as nails woman who can take care of herself and is desperately seeking something but doesn’t know what. During a mountain climb to shoot a documentary, River’s team encounters beauty, hardship, and danger with Easton as their guide. So much occurred during this trip; you have to read it for yourself. The ending was so satisfying I wanted to cry. The only thing I have a complaint about is the Marmot. Yes, the Marmot. I can still see him trudging down the mountain, feelings hurt, with his little suitcase. I had so hoped he would become a family member. Enjoy the View is a laugh out loud, yet deeply moving story of growth, love, acceptance, and compromising for love story. Many thanks to NetGalley and the publisher for the chance to read this book for my honest review. I gave this book four fabulous stars! #netgalley #EnjoytheView

  8. 4 out of 5

    Helen Power

    Enjoy the View is yet another delightful and humorous excursion to Moose Springs, Alaska. We’re treated with a reappearance of Graham and Zoey from the first book, and it’s adorable to see how smitten they still are with each other. Easton and River have a similar dynamic. Their attraction is almost immediate, despite the awkward circumstances of how they first meet. They both have a peculiar way of speaking with each other, and as the novel progresses it becomes more and more clear jus Enjoy the View is yet another delightful and humorous excursion to Moose Springs, Alaska. We’re treated with a reappearance of Graham and Zoey from the first book, and it’s adorable to see how smitten they still are with each other. Easton and River have a similar dynamic. Their attraction is almost immediate, despite the awkward circumstances of how they first meet. They both have a peculiar way of speaking with each other, and as the novel progresses it becomes more and more clear just how unique and perfect they are for each other.  Even the secondary characters take notice of their undeniable chemistry.  I was pretty excited to read this book after finding out that Easton would be starring in it. We first met him in Tourist Attraction, and he’s a solitary, quiet man who prefers nature over people. Watching him fall in love was quite humorous and sweet and even better than I was hoping! Morgenthaler has a beautiful writing style, and the way that she describes the town and the surrounding wildlife is definitely a major draw for this series. I do recommend this book series to those who enjoy stories with a strong sense of place.  As Easton, River, and the rest of the crew were exploring the wildlife as they climbed the mountain, I found I could see the events unfolding in front of me. While descriptions of the scenery are beautiful, they're not overdone and they don't overtake the story. Enjoy the View starts off a little slow, but it picks up around a quarter of the way through the book.  This novel doesn’t read quite as humorously as the previous books in the series, BUT when jokes are made, they land a lot harder. I was giggling out loud more than a few times while reading this book. I was pleasantly surprised by the amount of suspense in this novel.  There’s a lot of excitement that arises while the film crew is climbing the mountain, and I have to say that this really added to my enjoyment of the book. It definitely didn’t make me want to climb a mountain near Moose Springs, however. I'll stay at sea level, thank you very much. If you’ve read my reviews of the previous two books in this series (or of the Bromance Book Club series), you know that I’m a sucker for rom coms with cute animals. Like the previous instalments in this series, this book delivers on this front! While they’re climbing the mountain, we're introduced to a chatty marmot that takes a liking to Easton, viewing him as her love interest. There’s nothing cuter than a tiny lovelorn critter stalking a large human in the wilderness. There were a couple of little things that did require a little bit of a suspension of disbelief.  For instance--how come they didn’t have a Go Pro/ camera that they could mount to their heads? They had a handheld camera, and it seemed kind of foolish on their part (especially since they had to buy so much equipment, like double-paneled tents, for the excursion). Fortunately, Easton comments on this later in the book, which made me feel a little relieved that it wasn’t completely overlooked.  Like the previous books in this series, Enjoy the View has the theme of falling in love with a place, not just a person. It seems like every time a tourist comes to Moose Springs, Alaska, they find a piece of themselves as they get to know the people, the environment, and the way of life. I recommend this book to those who are looking for a light and humorous escape, one with just a hint of suspense, plenty of witty dialogue, and an infatuated marmot. *Thank you to NetGalley and the publisher for the ebook to review* This review appeared first on https://powerlibrarian.wordpress.com/ Instagram | Blog | Website | Twitter My 2021 Reading Challenge

  9. 5 out of 5

    RateTheRomance

    Who knew a frigid mountain climb could be so very hot?! I loved the first book in the Moose Springs, Alaska series by Sarah Morgenthaler. The second book wasn't quite as good for me so I wondered how I would like the third. Well, let me tell you, ENJOY THE VIEW is AMAZING! River is an actress whose acting career has stalled and is dipping her toe into Producing and Directing in an attempt to prove her merit. She gets a job filming a documentary for the Alaska Tourism Board in Moose Springs, Alask Who knew a frigid mountain climb could be so very hot?! I loved the first book in the Moose Springs, Alaska series by Sarah Morgenthaler. The second book wasn't quite as good for me so I wondered how I would like the third. Well, let me tell you, ENJOY THE VIEW is AMAZING! River is an actress whose acting career has stalled and is dipping her toe into Producing and Directing in an attempt to prove her merit. She gets a job filming a documentary for the Alaska Tourism Board in Moose Springs, Alaska. But the residents of Moose Springs are not very welcoming. When an opportunity comes up to hike the nearby mountain and film the ascent, River's guide is none other than gentle and gruff giant, Easton. With camera equipment in hand a team starts their climb, having no idea how this will play out. River and Easton are PERFECETION! *dreamy sigh* River is such a strong, badass female lead. She is smart, determined, tough and a fantastic leader. We need more romances (and books in general) with female leads that show incredible leadership qualities while leading a team. River is also lovable, hilarious, and sweet. Her character complexity and growth throughout the book is a testament to Morgenthaler's great writing. Easton is also written with skill and you cannot help but to fall in love with him! He is dependable, sometimes gruff, but seriously sweet deep down. He is certified: swoonworthy! This book is seriously steamy, despite being "closed door". River and Easton burn up the pages with chemistry, kisses and lots of sexy banter. There are also plenty of laugh-out-loud moments to make you smile. This is a story whose characters will stay with me and that I will definitely be reading again in future. I cannot get enough of this swoony and sweet romance. RATING: ⭐️⭐️⭐️⭐️⭐️ STEAM LEVEL: Rated PG TRIGGERS: Life Threatening Situations Thank you to Sourcebooks and NetGalley for an advanced copy of this book in exchange for an honest review.

  10. 5 out of 5

    Shelley Lawrence

    I am undoubtedly addicted to the Moose Springs series by Sarah Morgenthaler. Completely smitten! Though I’d personally categorize it in the contemporary genre, it’s probably light-romance. I adore these charming love stories that are not too heavy on the steam factor, but contain just the right amount of humor, sass and sweetness. Each story is utterly unique and definitely not your typical cookie-cutter plot. The female characters are all strong women with minds, ambitions and wills of their own I am undoubtedly addicted to the Moose Springs series by Sarah Morgenthaler. Completely smitten! Though I’d personally categorize it in the contemporary genre, it’s probably light-romance. I adore these charming love stories that are not too heavy on the steam factor, but contain just the right amount of humor, sass and sweetness. Each story is utterly unique and definitely not your typical cookie-cutter plot. The female characters are all strong women with minds, ambitions and wills of their own and the male leads are one-of-a-kind, quirky, gotta-love-em leading men. The town and setting are distinctive and atmospheric and make you feel as if you’re visiting the small Alaskan town of Moose Springs yourself. These stories are a joy to read and so much fun. I truly hope this is not the end of this series and that many more will follow.

  11. 4 out of 5

    Zoe

    Charming, refreshing, and light! Enjoy the View is a tender, amusing tale that takes us back to Moose Springs, Alaska and into the lives of documentary filmmaker River Lane and broody mountaineer Easton Lockett as they navigate a treacherous mountain climb, a potentially tragic accident, a four-legged, furry friend with a serious crush, and an underlying simmering attraction that may be the only thing that keeps them warm on a few cold, blustery nights. The writing is cute and funny. The character Charming, refreshing, and light! Enjoy the View is a tender, amusing tale that takes us back to Moose Springs, Alaska and into the lives of documentary filmmaker River Lane and broody mountaineer Easton Lockett as they navigate a treacherous mountain climb, a potentially tragic accident, a four-legged, furry friend with a serious crush, and an underlying simmering attraction that may be the only thing that keeps them warm on a few cold, blustery nights. The writing is cute and funny. The characters are stubborn, impulsive, and dependable. And the plot is a heartwarming, humorous mix of life, love, family, friendship, small-town living, adventurous endeavours, dangerous mishaps, romance, and a lovelorn, adorable marmot. Enjoy the View is the third title in a series that, for me, just keeps getting better and better. It’s a sweet, sincere, steamy tale by Morgenthaler that in my opinion shouldn’t be missed. Thank you to Sourcebooks Casablanca for providing me with a copy in exchange for an honest review.

  12. 5 out of 5

    Nursebookie

    Enjoy The View (Book 3 Moose Springs Series) Sarah Morgenthaler Morgenthaler delivers another fantastic romcom that I just cannot get enough of. The series just kept getting better and better. I absolutely adored this series and this one is especially endearing with the characters like River lane, a Hollywood star who is in Moose Springs to film a simple documentary - easier said than done! With Easton Lockett and her staff Bree and Jessie, it should be smooth sailing - but instead they have a ste Enjoy The View (Book 3 Moose Springs Series) Sarah Morgenthaler Morgenthaler delivers another fantastic romcom that I just cannot get enough of. The series just kept getting better and better. I absolutely adored this series and this one is especially endearing with the characters like River lane, a Hollywood star who is in Moose Springs to film a simple documentary - easier said than done! With Easton Lockett and her staff Bree and Jessie, it should be smooth sailing - but instead they have a steep mountain to climb it looks like. I just adored this book for the fun and endearing characters I just love reading about. My face was plastered with a smile as I read this amazing book. I just cannot wait to see more of Morgenthaler's writing. This book though part of a series can be read and enjoyed as a standalone. I received a copy of this book from Sourcebooks Casablanca and NetGalley. All opinions are my own.

  13. 4 out of 5

    Bookgasms Book Blog

    There's something about Sarah Morgenthaler's writing that hits all my sweet spots. It's smartly humorous, engaging, and I find myself effortlessly caught up in whatever story she's trying to tell me. This is the good stuff. Add to that these irresistibly charming characters, this quirky small town, and a dash of thrilling adventure? Well, I just might be addicted. That said, as charmed as I was by the writing and parts of the storyline, this wan't a perfect reading experience for me. I struggled There's something about Sarah Morgenthaler's writing that hits all my sweet spots. It's smartly humorous, engaging, and I find myself effortlessly caught up in whatever story she's trying to tell me. This is the good stuff. Add to that these irresistibly charming characters, this quirky small town, and a dash of thrilling adventure? Well, I just might be addicted. That said, as charmed as I was by the writing and parts of the storyline, this wan't a perfect reading experience for me. I struggled a bit with River, and many of her choices. I would not go so far as to say I disliked her, because in the end I rather liked her a great deal. But there were moments where I sort of wanted to throttle her. She was a little selfish, a little reckless, and while I enjoyed the way it kicked up the adventure threads of the storyline -- it also made it a little bit difficult to invest in her love story. And I'm a little disappointed by that because I went into this story already halfway in love with Easton. I'm still in love with Easton. What's not to love about a growly, bearded, alpha-protective, reluctant hero? Yum. And please don't get me wrong - Easton and River were adorable together. I really did enjoy falling in love with them as they fell in love with each other. There were moments I couldn't control the beaming smile on my face because this author really knows how to kick up the adorableness and infuse it with swoon. It was absolutely worth the read -- it was just missing a little something that would have put it at "next level" for me. Worth noting - I read the first book in this series, but not the second, before I picked this book up. I didn't feel like I missed anything substantial, and had no trouble following along. However I do think that it would have been more difficult if I had not read the first book at least. In any case, if you haven't been introduced to Moose Springs, Alaska yet - I promise you won't be disappointed! ~ Shelly, 3.5 Stars

  14. 5 out of 5

    Anniek

    Unfortunately, this series wasn't really for me. I think my main issue was that it's a romcom, but the humour really didn't work for me. This installment was probably my least favourite in the series, because I liked the setting less in this installment as well and I found it a little boring. Unfortunately, this series wasn't really for me. I think my main issue was that it's a romcom, but the humour really didn't work for me. This installment was probably my least favourite in the series, because I liked the setting less in this installment as well and I found it a little boring.

  15. 4 out of 5

    Stephanie (read_with_steph)

    When Easton stops on the side of the road to pick up what he thinks is a hitchhiker, he doesn't expect it to be a famous actress, instead. And definitely not his next client that he's supposed to take up Mount Veil. But Easton leads River and her film crew up the mountain in their quest to capture documentary footage after no one in Moose Springs will let them film in town. Along the way, Easton and River form unimaginable bonds and perhaps start something romantic between them. This book felt ve When Easton stops on the side of the road to pick up what he thinks is a hitchhiker, he doesn't expect it to be a famous actress, instead. And definitely not his next client that he's supposed to take up Mount Veil. But Easton leads River and her film crew up the mountain in their quest to capture documentary footage after no one in Moose Springs will let them film in town. Along the way, Easton and River form unimaginable bonds and perhaps start something romantic between them. This book felt very different from the previous two in the series, mostly because 75% of of it takes place on a mountain. For the 25% in town, we get glimpses of the Moose Springs quirk (The Tourist Attraction, the pool hall, the lack of town hall...) but on the mountain we lose much have that quirkiness. The only source of humor is the incredible banter between our main characters and a lovable marmot that may replace Ulysses the moose (from the first book) as my favorite fictional animal. I don't have a problem with this, I just think it's important to note that this book is decidedly different. It's more serious with more life-threatening peril. While each of the previous two books featured a life-risking encounter with the Alaskan wilderness, that was at the forefront and a large amount of plot for this book. It was extremely emotional and felt deeper than its predecessors. I think for people who love The Tourist Attraction for it's quirk and humor, they might be a little surprised with this one, but as long as you go in eyes wide open, it's a fantastic read! 5 stars - 9/10 Thank you to Sourcebooks Casablanca and NetGalley for my free eARC in exchange for an honest review!

  16. 5 out of 5

    Cathi - LovesBooksMore

    Love seeing all these Moose Springs characters finding love ❤️ Big burly Mountaineer Easton has finally found his match when River Lane and her documentary film crew come to town to put Moose Springs on the map. When River wants to climb the scariest mountain- Easton is her guide. They learn that each of them need more than just film and mountains ...

  17. 4 out of 5

    Samantha (WLABB)

    Rating: 4.5 Stars One of the things I love most about this series is spending time in Moose Springs. Therefore, I was worried when I realized a big chunk of the story would take place outside of town. However, I worried for no reason as I had an incredible time scaling Mt. Veil with Easton, River, and her crew. It actually surprised me how much I enjoyed the climb. I am NOT an outdoorsy person, but I found the mountaineering portion of the story exciting and interesting. I shared their joy, when Rating: 4.5 Stars One of the things I love most about this series is spending time in Moose Springs. Therefore, I was worried when I realized a big chunk of the story would take place outside of town. However, I worried for no reason as I had an incredible time scaling Mt. Veil with Easton, River, and her crew. It actually surprised me how much I enjoyed the climb. I am NOT an outdoorsy person, but I found the mountaineering portion of the story exciting and interesting. I shared their joy, when they finished a difficult climb, and bit my nails, when they got into some precarious positions. There were even some life or death situations that had my heart pumping like crazy. But it wasn't just a rush of adrenaline I experienced on the mountain, I also loved seeing River and Easton grow closer. The isolation of the setting allowed them to really peel back their layers and reveal a lot about themselves. I learned so much about both of them and enjoyed watching them slowly fall for each other. Enough about that, let's focus on the romance! Once again, Morgenthaler presented me with a fantastic couple. They had great banter and chemistry galore, but what I really loved, was the way they seemed to get each other. It was so lovely, when they started to see a future, where they were not alone, and it was imperative for me that their visions become realities. And, can we talk about Easton. I was always interested in learning more about tall, dark, and quiet Easton. He had been a bit of a mystery up to this point, but behind the curtain was a gentle and sweet man with a heart of gold. He didn't let many people into his life, but when he did, it was forever. And for a guy who wasn't so keen on romantic relationships, he sure let loose a lot of swoon. I knew he had River's heart, but he sure won mine too. As always, it was amazing being back in Moose Springs. I absolutely adored catching up with old friends, while welcoming some new ones to the fold. Morgenthaler delivered a romance that both made my heart race and melt, while taking me to new heights. *ARC provided in exchange for an honest review. BLOG | INSTAGRAM |TWITTER | BLOGLOVIN | FRIEND ME ON GOODREADS

  18. 5 out of 5

    Reading Mama

    Once again, Moose Springs has captured my heart! When Enjoy the View landed on my Kindle, I started reading it almost immediately. We first met Easton Lockett in the first book in this series, The Tourist Attraction, and he stood out to me in that one when he rescued Zoey. I was hoping that he would get his own story, so I was so excited after reading The Tourist Attraction and Mistletoe and Mr. Right to read Enjoy the View. River is an actress turned aspiring filmmaker who is giving up her spot Once again, Moose Springs has captured my heart! When Enjoy the View landed on my Kindle, I started reading it almost immediately. We first met Easton Lockett in the first book in this series, The Tourist Attraction, and he stood out to me in that one when he rescued Zoey. I was hoping that he would get his own story, so I was so excited after reading The Tourist Attraction and Mistletoe and Mr. Right to read Enjoy the View. River is an actress turned aspiring filmmaker who is giving up her spotlight in front of the camera to work the behind the scenes magic. She wants to film a documentary on Moose Springs, but if you have read the other two books in the series, you know that the people of Moose Springs don't take too kindly to outsiders or tourists/people who encroach on their beloved town. Easton can't help but be drawn to River, and a big part of this story focuses on him helping her and her crew summit The Veil, a high mountain in Alaska; think the Mt. Everest of Alaska. As they prepare to summit and eventually do, everything they know and love will be tested as it is them against the harsh elements of nature. I love this story and I absolutely love these characters. I loved that we got to catch up with Graham and Zoey and Rick and Lana and the rest of their crew. Easton had never seen River's movies, but over the course of the book, he gets to know the real her- the tomboy from Wyoming with a heart of gold. Easton was the perfect male character with his intense beard and man bun, and although he and River could not be any more different, you get the sense early on that they are going to be perfect for each other. Sarah Morgenthaler writes characters that are funny and endearing, and so likeable that you often forget they are not real as you are reading. I've said it before and I'll say it again, this is one of those books that makes you wish these people and place was real because you would go visit them in a heartbeat if they were. I'll never turn down the chance to see what these characters are up to, and I am already anticipating the next book in the series. Part of my heart will always belong to Moose Springs! Thank you to the publisher and author for the chance to read an early digital copy of this book. I will post my review a litter close to its pub date on my IG page @readingmama_reviews.

  19. 5 out of 5

    Susan Peterson

    Enjoy the View is the third book in the Moose Springs series, but it is perfect as a stand-alone. (However, I’ve read the other two, and loved them!) Sometimes when you read a book, you can feel the love and heart an author has it into it, and I know that is the case here. From the outside, River and Easton are an unlikely pair—she is an actress from Los Angeles, in Moose Springs to film a documentary about the town; he is a mountaineer living in Alaska. When she signs her crew up to climb a moun Enjoy the View is the third book in the Moose Springs series, but it is perfect as a stand-alone. (However, I’ve read the other two, and loved them!) Sometimes when you read a book, you can feel the love and heart an author has it into it, and I know that is the case here. From the outside, River and Easton are an unlikely pair—she is an actress from Los Angeles, in Moose Springs to film a documentary about the town; he is a mountaineer living in Alaska. When she signs her crew up to climb a mountain with Easton as their guide, they each discover that on the inside, they might be exactly what the other needs. There are sparks between this couple that light up the page, their banter is incredibly fun to read, but it’s their tenderness that gives their story its heart. River and Easton are such great characters, brave, devoted, adventurous, and delightful. The scenes on the mountain brought an unexpected layer of danger, sacrifice, and risk-taking that took my breath away.

  20. 5 out of 5

    Sarah Adams

    I LOVED this book!⁣ •⁣ When I picked up this book and started reading, I got nervous because not only is this book about a climbing adventure, but also a film crew making a documentary! I am the venn diagram of readers intersecting on this book 😂 My husband and I are both climbers (it’s how we met ❤️) AND he is a DP in the film industry. Normally, writers get both of these things all wrong, and it’s tough for me to read. Or it feels like a stale compilation of climbing facts that were googled. Tha I LOVED this book!⁣ •⁣ When I picked up this book and started reading, I got nervous because not only is this book about a climbing adventure, but also a film crew making a documentary! I am the venn diagram of readers intersecting on this book 😂 My husband and I are both climbers (it’s how we met ❤️) AND he is a DP in the film industry. Normally, writers get both of these things all wrong, and it’s tough for me to read. Or it feels like a stale compilation of climbing facts that were googled. That is NOT how this book is. Nothing about this book is stale. Sarah wrote this story with heart, and vibrant colors, and perfectly captures the heart of an adventurer.⁣ •⁣ Not only is this book accurate, but it was a blast. I could not stop turning pages. The adventure was palpable and the flirting between Easton and River was so fun! I loved them together, but Easton stole the show for me! He’s my new favorite Moose Springs hero.⁣ •⁣ If you haven’t yet, you need to read this book!! I highly recommend if you feel yourself needing a romantic adventure! But I’ll warn you, you’ll fall in love with the sport maybe as much as the characters, and before you know it, you’ll be buying your own gear! ⁣ •⁣ Closed door romance ❤️

  21. 5 out of 5

    Sarah {The Bookish Knitter}

    4.5 Stars I really adored this book and there were just a few things that kept me from giving this book a 5 star review. Without delving too much into spoilers, once River and Easton were on the mountain some things happened that made me dislike River and her attitude. That did end up clearing itself up, but she made me angry in one part in particular. Overall, I do love this series so much, and getting to visit the citizens in Moose Springs again has been a delight. I am thrilled to learn that t 4.5 Stars I really adored this book and there were just a few things that kept me from giving this book a 5 star review. Without delving too much into spoilers, once River and Easton were on the mountain some things happened that made me dislike River and her attitude. That did end up clearing itself up, but she made me angry in one part in particular. Overall, I do love this series so much, and getting to visit the citizens in Moose Springs again has been a delight. I am thrilled to learn that there is going to be a 4th book in the series.

  22. 5 out of 5

    Kini

    I really enjoyed the first two books but this one felt flat from the very beginning. I got to about 15% and realized I found this book incredibly boring. The author gave me no reason to care or be invested in either of the characters. So I DNFed.

  23. 4 out of 5

    Martina

    Book Review ✨ Enjoy The View is the 3rd book in the Moose Springs, Alaska series. I was very excited to get Eastons book! I just knew it would be a good story. I was obsessed with him since book 1. This book did not disappoint me. Easton was even better than I could have imagined. We get to meet River Lane a sassy, bad ass red head who gives Easton a run for his money. I loved the banter between all the characters and I have to say this one might be my favorite of all 3. I’m really loving this seri Book Review ✨ Enjoy The View is the 3rd book in the Moose Springs, Alaska series. I was very excited to get Eastons book! I just knew it would be a good story. I was obsessed with him since book 1. This book did not disappoint me. Easton was even better than I could have imagined. We get to meet River Lane a sassy, bad ass red head who gives Easton a run for his money. I loved the banter between all the characters and I have to say this one might be my favorite of all 3. I’m really loving this series, the small town makes it that much more interesting. It’s what keeps me from coming back to books. It makes me want to visit Alaska ASAP. I highly recommend this series if you haven’t already started it. This can definitely be read as a stand alone too. Thank you netgalley and sourcebooks for the earc of this book!

  24. 4 out of 5

    Caryn - iam.caryn

    You know how when you watch Hallmark movies and it makes you want to move to a small town and start saving small family businesses? Or when you watch the Great British Bake Off and it makes you want to start learning how to knead and prove bread? The Moose Springs, Alaska series makes you feel like you want to move there, be a grumpy townsperson complaining about tourists and become best friends with every main character there’s been. These books make you feel like you’re home. Enjoy the View is You know how when you watch Hallmark movies and it makes you want to move to a small town and start saving small family businesses? Or when you watch the Great British Bake Off and it makes you want to start learning how to knead and prove bread? The Moose Springs, Alaska series makes you feel like you want to move there, be a grumpy townsperson complaining about tourists and become best friends with every main character there’s been. These books make you feel like you’re home. Enjoy the View is a wonderful addition to the series. The sparks are flying immediately, the banter is top tier, the tension makes you want to scream “KISS ALREADY”. I’ve loved Easton from his first appearance and I couldn’t have asked for a better romance for him.

  25. 4 out of 5

    Jana at ThatArtsyReaderGirl.com

    EASTON GETS HIS ROMANCE!!! I'm so excited!! EASTON GETS HIS ROMANCE!!! I'm so excited!!

  26. 5 out of 5

    Sage Knightly

    I read The Tourist Attraction earlier this year and it was an okay read. I loved most of it, but I couldn't overlook a few things that made me cringe a bit. I didn't know this was a series until I requested this book, so I haven't read the second installment yet titled Mistletoe and Mr Right. It was easy to understand this book regardless, but I was a bit intrigued on how Rick and Lana got together. So I should probably go read it soon! Enjoy The View has everything I liked in the first book, and I read The Tourist Attraction earlier this year and it was an okay read. I loved most of it, but I couldn't overlook a few things that made me cringe a bit. I didn't know this was a series until I requested this book, so I haven't read the second installment yet titled Mistletoe and Mr Right. It was easy to understand this book regardless, but I was a bit intrigued on how Rick and Lana got together. So I should probably go read it soon! Enjoy The View has everything I liked in the first book, and none of the awkwardness that made me uncomfortable. So I very much so enjoyed this more than the first book. It had a confident, strong female lead and a love interest that many are initially scared of because he is a very large bearded man who can be somewhat intimidating. I love River's character. She goes after what she wants and she works hard while doing it. She can stand up for herself and protect who and what she loves. She can be feisty, mischievous, brutally honest, and she sticks to her goals. I like that she didn't play games with Easton, going back and forth with her feelings. No, she was very honest with him about how she felt. It was refreshing. Easton is also a great character. He is kind, compassionate, protective, honest, and he never once tried to change River. He is a family man, and he loves deeply. He understood her, just like she understood him. I wouldn't say they are my favourite couple, but they do have their moments. I also really enjoyed the setting. Mountain climbing? Wildlife and camping? Gorgeous scenery? Yes please! I am also really glad that we were made aware of the risks involved in mountain climbing, especially as winter nears. It gave the book a tense atmosphere almost. It also made the accidents and the exhilaration much more powerful. Overall, this is a very engaging story that may leave you yearning for your own romantic adventure! I received a free digital copy from the publisher via NetGalley in exchange for an honest review

  27. 5 out of 5

    Jenn (burlingtonbibliophagist)

    BOOK REVIEW Enjoy the View by Sarah Morganthaler Thank you to @sourcebookscasa for my gifted ARC in return for an honest review PUB Date January 19 2021 Synopsis This is the third instalment about small town Moose Springs. Tourists beware, Moose Springs is a locals only town and the townies are not happy when a film crew manages shows up on the outskirts of town. River is an aging actress turned director/producer who is out to prove herself. She desperately wants to complete her documentary but Moose BOOK REVIEW Enjoy the View by Sarah Morganthaler Thank you to @sourcebookscasa for my gifted ARC in return for an honest review PUB Date January 19 2021 Synopsis This is the third instalment about small town Moose Springs. Tourists beware, Moose Springs is a locals only town and the townies are not happy when a film crew manages shows up on the outskirts of town. River is an aging actress turned director/producer who is out to prove herself. She desperately wants to complete her documentary but Moose Springs and its townsfolk are making it damn hard. Easton gets suckered into helping the film crew, and finds himself leading a climbing expedition with them all in tow. River couldn’t be happier, longing for the mountains of home and struggling to find her self after years of playing a part she is jumping at the chance for adventure. Review Okay, so I am a sucker for witty dialogue and sarcasm and Morganthaler delivers both with ease. Easton’s big burly bearded persona hides a compassionate man, dedicated to his family, with a sharp wit. River can dish it, take it, and go to bed with it... their relationship is full of sparks. I would gladly visit Moose Springs- even if it is damn cold, just for a chance to hang out at The Tourist trap, play pool or poker with the guys at the bar, and have Easton teach me to climb :) What makes this small town trope worth coming back to time and again are the characters, it feels like a place full of my kind of people. Each book in the series has a light, funny, warm spirit that just feels good to read.

  28. 5 out of 5

    Avani

    Enjoy The View by Sarah Morgenthaler is the third book in the Moose Spring, Alaska series. I read the previous book in the series which was "Mistletoe and Mr. Right". This one is love story between a Mountaineer and a Hollywood Actress. Former Hollywood darling River Lane's acting career is tanking fast. Determined to start fresh behind the camera, she agrees to film a documentary about the picturesque small town of Moose Springs, Alaska. Easton Lockett may be a gentle giant, but he knows a thing Enjoy The View by Sarah Morgenthaler is the third book in the Moose Spring, Alaska series. I read the previous book in the series which was "Mistletoe and Mr. Right". This one is love story between a Mountaineer and a Hollywood Actress. Former Hollywood darling River Lane's acting career is tanking fast. Determined to start fresh behind the camera, she agrees to film a documentary about the picturesque small town of Moose Springs, Alaska. Easton Lockett may be a gentle giant, but he knows a thing or two about survival. If he can keep everyone in line, he should be able to get River and her crew up and down Mount Veil in one piece. Turns out that's a big if. Her books are super fun, filled with very appropriate amount of Humor and also light hearted feel good romance. The characters are fun to read about. Their flirty and sassy nature totally went in the perfect lane for this book. I highly recommend you to try this out. _____ Thank You NetGalley and Publisher - Sourcebooks Casablanca for sending me eARC in exchange for a honest opinion.

  29. 5 out of 5

    Katrina

    This was a great book to finish the Moose Springs, Alaska series. Now I wish you could see the documentary the characters were filming in the storyline! Overall this was an excellent PG-rated romance series, which is refreshing.

  30. 4 out of 5

    Randi (randi_reads)

    I have read all three books in this series so far, and this is a tough one to rate. I definitely enjoyed it more than the second book, but not more than the first book. I didn't believe the romance in the second book and had the same feeling with this book. River is not so easy to like as a heroine. I wanted to like her, and she grew on me more at the end, but it was tough. Now, Easton...I loved everything about him. I truly didn't see what he saw in River, besides her obvious beauty. She wasn't I have read all three books in this series so far, and this is a tough one to rate. I definitely enjoyed it more than the second book, but not more than the first book. I didn't believe the romance in the second book and had the same feeling with this book. River is not so easy to like as a heroine. I wanted to like her, and she grew on me more at the end, but it was tough. Now, Easton...I loved everything about him. I truly didn't see what he saw in River, besides her obvious beauty. She wasn't all that nice. She had an agenda with being able to film in Moose Springs and was doing all she could to make it happen. It was nice seeing Graham and Zoey again, but their scenes were limited. A good portion of the book takes place up on the mountain where some serious stuff happens. I guess I was looking for more of the lighthearted feel, too. Thank you to NetGalley and Sourcebooks Casablanca for an advanced readers copy in exchange for my honest review.

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