Released from prison after a wrongful conviction, native Alaskan Sam Tarkington is determined to regain his business, repair his reputation, and rebuild his life. But when he meets a desperate and vulnerable woman, guarding secrets of her own, she tugs at his heart. She's a distraction he can't afford. Sam must choose Emily or achieving his dreams.
Like Emily's life, the peacefulness of the wilderness is an illusion as danger lurks in the distance. Does Sam hold the key to her survival or will her past cost them everything?
If I were reading this list, my response would simply be, “Yes.” As in, yes to all of the above.
There are as many different kinds of hero’s as there are men in the world. Sometimes, even the bad guy in one book becomes the hero a few books later. Hey, everyone can change, can’t they? Unless the villain is pure evil, there’s always some redeeming quality in him.
So far I haven’t written one of those…a bad guy who later saw the “error” of his ways. I like reading about them, though.
Personally, I like a variety of hero’s in my ‘diet.’ If I read the same thing over and over, even if it’s with different authors, I get bored. Then I’ll usually switch form suspense to regency or inspirational. Hey, variety is the spice of life, right?
Do you find you read certain authors BECAUSE of the type of hero’s they write and stick with them no matter what? Or do you like to switch it up like I do? If you have a favorite, tell me.