From the number one New York Times bestselling author of the Thoughtless series comes a sweet, thoughtful romance set high in the Alaskan wilderness. Mallory Reynolds is a driven woman fueled by her passion for photographing wild animals in remote locations. Every year she makes a trek deep into Alaska, but this time the unthinkable happens: she crash-lands after her plane stalls out in a storm. Injured, vulnerable, and threatened by the very creatures she loves, Mallory fears the worst--until she's rescued by Michael Bradley, a mysterious mountain man living in self-imposed exile. Mallory is grateful for Michael's help but desperate to return home to let her family know she's alive. Unfortunately, neither of them can leave Michael's secluded cabin until spring. Mallory's stuck with a stranger for months. As Mallory recovers, a deep bond begins to form between the pair. Mallory is convinced that fate brought them together, but Michael is buried in his past, unable to move forward. Undaunted, Mallory tends to Michael's heart as tenderly as he cared for her wounds--but will her love be enough to heal him?
"This little volume is designed to perpetuate those stories of the Far North which will interest both the Old Sourdough and his very numerous friends "outside," all the poems beings founded on facts and actual occurrences and embodying true stories of the pioneers of the polar regions ... The illustrations shown are of actual people and places in the North ... The Aurora scene is the only successful foto ever taken of this remarkable phenomena"--Preface.
Bestselling author Tracie Peterson continues her saga of life and love in the rugged Alaskan Territory with the second volume of the ALASKAN QUEST series. 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. (Alaskan Quest Book 2)
Two full-length novels featuring the Granite Lake Wolves are collected in this volume. Includes "Wolf Signs" and "Wolf Flight."
In this autobiography, Nelma Sillanp�� gives a warm and often humorous account of her experiences growing up in a Finnish immigrant community in northeastern Canada. She describes life in lumber camps and mining towns, the impact of the Great Depression, and the experience of waiting for Finnish men to come home after World War II. Her story relfects the experience of Finns in Canada's multicultural history.