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Arrested. Wrongfully accused. Sentenced to 10 years.
But the steel bars release me early.

After serving half of my time for a crime I didn’t commit, they grant me parole - with a very short leash. My second chance at freedom begins now, and I won’t waste it. I should’ve been paying more attention.

Ambushed. Captured. Stranded.
When I wake in the depths of a snowy forest, all seems lost. I’ve been left alone in the wilderness with zero means of escape. Until someone rouses beside me.

I recognize Blakely Cross instantly, yet she’s barely more than a stranger. Now she’s stuck with me in the worst possible place, as collateral damage.

Blakely blames me, and rightfully so. This entire situation is my fault. Our destinies are inadvertently twisted together by forces far larger than us. Whether she hates me or not, we need each other to stay alive.

Cope. Adapt. Persevere.
They tossed us out to be buried, but underestimated our determination. The bond we’re building will overcome the harshest conditions.
And we’re not willing to surrender. 

©2020 Harloe Rae (P)2020 Harloe Rae

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Just Okay For Me.

I really wanted to like this book, but I am kind of on the fence about it. I felt that she made Blakely too “Pollyanna” in her attitude. Nobody, and I mean NOBODY, would be that positive about being dropped in the wilderness, in freezing cold weather to die. I think this book would have been more fun if she complained and drove Halder crazy until they were forced to work together. Instead, she never complained, but was his cheerleader the whole journey. It didn’t seem believable. He was basically a saint, too. I did like him, and felt that he was a great character, but he didn’t melt my heart. He’s not “book boyfriend” material. Ha ha. I also felt that they were unanswered questions that were not solved in the story.

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interesting story line

I get tired if the same premise in a lot of these audiobooks, but this one is not one I had heard before. I believe this is my first Harlow Roe and I will seek out her other books. Troy Duran is the reason I bought this...

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If you like predictable cliches ...

The concept was interesting, but it was WAY too predictable - AND the dialog included every cutesy cliche in the English language. The hero was so pure that he was just unbelievable (although the male narrator’s voice was perfect for the role - the only reason for 3 stars on the performance). And the heroine, well, she was just as cutesy as the cliches. (Be prepared for a matching voice from the female narrator.) The author basically used lengthy sex scenes to develop her characters, so no depth there. Bottom line, not worth the credit used for purchase.