Wild Men of Alaska by Tiffinie Helmer

Publisher The Story Vault ISBN 0615736114

He arrested her five years ago and has been waiting for her ever since. She’s vowed never to lay eyes on him again. Wrecked in a small plane, with an arctic storm bearing down, they won’t survive if they don’t survive each other…

He’s big and hot and hungry for a mate, but has a secret that seems destined to ruin his chances at love. She can’t trust herself when it comes to men and knows next to knowing about surviving Alaska. The moose are loose and the men are hungry…

He led a charmed life until he was murdered. Now he’s a desperate man who can only touch her in her dreams. She’s a tempted woman who thinks she’s going crazy when she starts having out-of-this-world sex with a dream lover. Is their love real? Or is it just a dream…

He’s lured her to the edge of Alaska, hoping enough time has passed that her heart has softened and her knives have dulled. She’s been sent to assassinate him. Again. This time she intends to succeed without ending up in his bed. They’ll be stripped bare before the night is over…

4 great stories all in one book.  I really enjoyed reading about these stories, and most of them were all damsel in distress / hero rides in to rescue type of stories… except perhaps for Dreamweaver and Bearing All.

The men in these series of stories are all ruggedly handsome out doors type of men, all of them working one way or another with nature.  The heroines are all lovely girls who have left behind lives to restart their lives in Alaska, perhaps not expecting to be finding themselves loving men.

I enjoyed all of the stories, but I think my favourite would be Bearing All, about a spy who was trying to kill a man that she should have killed years before, but just couldn’t do it, then he betrayed her.  Turns out that he was sent to kill her too, and had done his best to try and defuse the situation.  What she fails to realise now is that he is protecting her, and loving her all over again.


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