It’s a fine line between feuding and flirting…
Ever since Megan Miller arrived in stunning Lost Harbor, Alaska, she’s been at odds with boat captain Lucas Holt. They’re opposites in every way. She’s a city girl, he’s from an Alaska homestead. She runs nature tours, he’s all about big-money charters. He’s also arrogant, annoying and oh yeah, wildly attractive. Lost Harbor would be the perfect escape from the tragedy that sent her running–except for her feud with the hottie captain.
Lucas Holt came home for one thing—settle his father’s affairs then hightail it back to Colorado. So why is he still here? Is it because there’s something fishy about his father’s death? Is it the endearingly eccentric locals and enchanting scenery? Or could it be Lost Harbor’s newest resident, a sassy scientist who’s as sexy as she is stubborn? Arguing with Megan is the best foreplay he’s had in years.
Until one of Lost Harbor’s dangerous storms tosses everything up in the air, and a feud turns to a passionate affair–with stakes higher than Megan ever imagined.
Megan Miller runs a nature tour guide for birds in Alaska. With her eight-year old daughter, she set off to start fresh after a harrowing ordeal. She’s hiding from her past and trying her best to create a home and community for her daughter. Her ex-husband wants her daughter to excel being she’s a math genius. Megan will do what she can to provide her daughter with more than just a fancy education.
Lucas Holt grew up in Lost Harbor and he’s got their stamp of approval. Reeling from the death of his father, he’s been an ass to everyone including Megan Miller. He tries to make up for it and be friendly, but it backfires. When she’s lost in a storm, he comes to the rescue.
They start an affair that neither of them planned on. Their feelings are stronger than either would’ve guessed.
I really enjoyed hearing about life in Alaska. I’m not sure if this holds any weight to the area, but I enjoyed the scenery, the legends, and the community. The book was entertaining, adventurous, and romantic.