Dana Raynott just traveled 3,600 miles to reunite with the brother who changed his name and fled to Alaska nineteen years ago. It’s impossible not to be moved by this wild, breathtaking state, even if Dana’s no closer to finding the answers she came here for.
Her brother’s best friend, Anchorage engineer Sam MacKettrick, might be able to help her. He’s strong and kind, a six-foot, irresistible blend of diverse cultures. He’s also haunted by a tragic family history with a startling connection to Dana’s past…
Series- Northern Lights = #1 The Alaskan Catch – #2 A Gift for Santa – #3 Alaskan Hideaway – #4 An Alaskan Proposal – #5 Sweet Home Alaska – #6 Alaskan Dreams – #7 An Alaskan Family Christmas –
This is a clean, sweet romance that should offend no one giving the reader a very romantic reading experience.
Thomas (Tom) Lorde’s morning couldn’t get any worse. One call changes everything. Apparently he’s a dad. He should be on the phone with his lawyer. He wouldn’t put it past a woman—any woman—to lie to get at his hard-earned money. His mother trapped his father into marriage and then left them both for deeper pockets. But when the news is delivered from between the sweet lips of Kendra Black, his best friend’s out of bounds little sister, and his one major ‘fucking’ mistake, he knows he’s screwed and that she’s not lying.
Kendra Black knew contacting Tom would be a mistake. Three years ago, he’d made it very clear he had no feelings for her. He slept with her and then flew to Europe without a backward glance. However, he left more than a broken heart behind. He might not want her, but now that’s he’s back in California, her son, their son, Connor (Con) Black, deserves to know his father. What she hadn’t expected was Tom’s old-fashioned lap of honor. He wants to marry her. Why couldn’t he simply be a weekend dad like her father? She can’t deny the physical attraction is still there. He might be okay with a marriage based on hot, raw, animalistic sex and only sex, but she wants more. She deserves a man who loves her and she refuses to wave the checkered flag until he gives her his heart.
I love Romance. The magic of attraction. The physical draw that just cannot be denied. All the possibilities.
I also love the various types of Drama that often come hand in hand with Romance… well, at least in the books that I review here.
Right now, I’m putting together the “magic” that will be showcasing Romance novel reviews in a wide variety of romance genres. Contemporary Romance, Historical Romance, Rom-Com, Modern Western Romance, Western Historical Romance… well, the list is actually endless, but this gives you an idea of what is to come.
I hope you’ll return in a few days when Happily Ever After Romance is up and running.