Release Date: December 8
A second chance for Christmas.
I never thought I’d see Alex Blake again. Most certainly not on the side of a snowy highway in Alaska.
The memory of his summer kisses kept me warm on lonely nights for years. Life and geography got in the way.
When my car skids off the highway in the darkness in Alaska, I’m plenty bitter and I’ve lost all faith in fantasies.
I didn’t count on Alex, didn’t count on him setting me on fire, and most certainly not on him betting it all on us.
I never could forget Delilah Carter even though she was nothing more than a memory. Until I find her stranded on a snowy highway a few thousand miles away from where I last saw her.
The years don’t matter. This time, I get to make our wishes come true.
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What do Alaska and North Carolina have in common? More than you might think! Delilah is given a free trip to Alaska to go skiing from a good friend. What she doesn’t expect is to spin out-of-control on a deserted Alaskan highway and end up off the road. Just when she thinks she’ll freeze to death she’s rescued. Imagine Alex’s surprise when he rescues his summer camp girlfriend! And they’re headed to the same place. It seems like it’s serendipity! These two have quite the HOT reunion. Delilah is stubbornly independent and Alex has a hard time convincing her this is fate. Her heart misses him, but her head won’t listen. I loved Alex and Delilah together. I haven’t read any previous books in this series, but I loved all of the characters in this book and now I have to read them! A sweet, snowy romance! 4 stars
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USA Today Bestselling Author J. H. Croix lives in a small town in the historical farmlands of Maine with her husband and two spoiled dogs.
Croix writes steamy contemporary romance with sassy women and rugged alpha men who aren’t afraid to show some emotion. Her love for quirky small-towns and the characters that inhabit them shines through in her writing.
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