With starvation stalking in 1915 Alaska, Leah welcomes her brother Jacob's dogsled full of supplies. But not until she unwraps the scarf-covered sled driver does she realize she's been embracing Jacob's friend Jayce, the man who broke her heart a decade ago. Although she insists that Jacob get rid of Jayce immediately, a sudden snow storm and a disabling injury delay his departure.
Loved this book and was looking forward to books 2 and 3 of this series. Very disappointed to find out that the second book was never recorded in audi..Show More »o format. books 1 and 3 are found in audio, book 2 is only in print.« Show Less
When Pinkerton agent Helaina Beecham's obsession with capturing a dangerous fugitive dulls her judgment, she is kidnapped and carried off into the wilderness just as an early winter is approaching. Now her only hope is that Jacob Barringer - the man who has captured her heart - will find her before it is too late.
Yes. The reader does an excellent job of bringing this story to life.
With Leah's husband and brother still lost in the Arctic, it's difficult for her to sustain hope. She values her friends and treasures her one-year-old twins. But what if both men remain forever frozen in Alaska's cruel embrace?
This book could have ended several times, but didn't. Kind of left me feeling like it drug on longer than it needed to, but overall a good book.