Since her divorce, Willa Hayes has thrown herself into her work as a nurse practitioner in the remote town of Stony Creek, Alaska. She’s regained her self-confidence and her heart is almost healed. Then her newfound peace is shaken by the arrival of sexy flyboy Liam Reynolds. Willa can’t deny she’s instantly, intensely attracted to him—even if she’s convinced he’s yet another Mr. Wrong.
Liam has his own reasons for fleeing to the isolation of the north, and a relationship is the last thing he wants. He wasn’t counting on being drawn to the pretty nurse who accompanies patients on his flights to southern hospitals.
Fortunately, the temptation—and the desire to avoid anything serious—is mutual. So the pair comes up with an arrangement: sensual, steamy, no-strings fun. But when things heat up on a cold Alaskan night, the rules of the game may change forever…
From the reviewers:
“This is a great romance story for those that have little time to read but still want their romance fix. The reader also gets to take a trip to a place where you can get up close and personal with some wild animals that you just won’t see in the lower 48.” – Lynn from Romance Reader Enthusiast
“What I really liked about this story was it’s moral… DO NOT JUDGE A PERSON BASED ON THE ACTIONS OF ANOTHER.” – Tara from Book Babe.
“North of Heartbreak is a fast-paced story that beautifully captures the spirit of Alaska. Willa and Liam’s relationship slowly develops during their many adventures and medical emergencies that life in the Alaskan bush brings. They handle the conflict that arises between them maturely and in a realistic manner. Their romance is incredibly sweet and their lovemaking is full of emotion and quite sensual. A wonderful love story that fans of contemporary romance are sure to love.” – Book Reviews & More by Kathy
Julie Rowe’s first career as a medical lab technologist in Canada took her to the North West Territories and northern Alberta, where she still resides. She loves to include medical details in her romance novels, but admits she’ll never be able to write about all her medical experiences because, “No one would believe them!”
A double Golden Heart finalist (2006), Julie’s writing has appeared in several magazines such as Today’s Parent, Reader’s Digest (Canada), and Canadian Living. She currently facilitates communication workshops for her local city college.
Julie enjoys hearing from her readers. You can reach her at www.julieroweauthor.com or on Twitter @julieroweauthor
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