Glaciologist Savannah MacIntyre was happy with her life far away from her family. But sometimes life has a way of bringing you back home when you least expect it and most need it. When the opportunity to reconnect with her estranged dad comes up, she takes it. Then finds herself distracted from her turmoil by ex-CSIS agent turned archaeologist Gabe Tanner, who would rather get another bullet to the head than reconcile with his own father. Family betrayal has taught both Savannah and Gabe not to trust, or love, which makes navigating their mutual attraction on a remote archaeological survey beyond frustrating. But somewhere between roaring fathers and dense spruce forests, they let go of the past and learn that love doesn’t care who the extended family is.
By masquerading as a man, Elaine has turned her artistic genius into a lucrative career. But now she faces ruin, for the rakish Earl of Bridgeport (who she left standing at the altar) has tracked her down. His pride demands revenge for her insult, but his plot could unmask her secret identity, destroying her ability to support herself. To her surprise, their battle of wits reveals that his public persona is a mask hiding several secret identities, one of which could draw censure onto his head. Can their mutually assured destruction lead to mutual trust? Only unlocking her frozen heart, and his, will provide the answer.
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