Disarming Andi by Elizabeth Goddard
Vance never expected this.
Vance Young inherits a missile launch site - a relic from the cold war buried beneath the plains of North Dakota - from his great-uncle, a man he never knew. An astronomy fanatic, Vance needs free access to the night skies, so he doesn't consider staying in the underground dwelling until he meets Andi Nielsen, the woman responsible for remodeling it into a lavish home.
Upon meeting Vance, Andi may have gotten her second chance to discover what her grandfather hid inside the old missile base decades before when he served as a missileer. Is she prepared to detonate her growing feelings for the new owner in order to find the hidden treasure? And when Vance remotely discovers a cybercrime involving his classified software, can he solve the crime and keep the woman he loves safe?
Have you ever inherited something fascinating with a historical background?
My Review: I finished this book last night and did enjoy it. I bought it recently in Adelaide and choose to read it as I needed to still read a book set in North Dakota for the year. Vance is a young man who works with computers and feels women are turned of because he's a geek where as Andi is working for herself after having to leave college but feels no one will want her cos she doesn't have a college education. Both have there issues to deal with especially insecurity. Andi is also looking after a younger sister. What I found interesting is the fact about the missile launch sites and how they were turning it into a home underground. Vance has a few issues with the lack of windows and I am sure I would too. There is also the mystery of what Andi's grandfather has hidden. A good read.