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Publisher Description

First in a bold, sexy new small-town Alaska contemporary romance series from Jackie Ashenden

Deep River, Alaska boasts a fiercely independent though small population. The people who live here love it, and they don't much care what anyone else thinks. Until the day Silas Quinn comes back and tells them an oil reserve has been found below the town and now it's neighbor vs. neighbor. Some want to take the money and run, while others want to tell the oil company to put its rigs where the sun don't shine.

Hope Dawson never expected to leave Deep River. Her mom needs her. Her grandfather died and left her the local hangout to run. Her dreams of college and adventure died long ago. Until Silas comes back to town, holding the key to set her free. But freedom means she loses him again, and he's the one she's really always wanted.

"Tantalizing and explosive."—Publishers Weekly Starred review for Mine to Take

July 28
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Customer Reviews

penny42058 ,

A good story

This is the first book I’ve read by Jackie Ashenden and I enjoyed it. This is centered around Silas and Hope. Silas, Hope, and Caleb were best friends and then Caleb and Silas left thirteen years ago. Caleb came back to visit, since his family is the town’s founder. Now Caleb is dead and Silas and two of his buddies have inherited Deep River, Alaska. He’s going to turn it over to Hope and get back to his business in Anchorage. Things don’t go as smooth as Silas would like and his departure is delayed. Silas has always loved Hope, but she wanted Caleb. Will they be able to rekindle their friendship before he leaves? No spoilers, so grab your copy and see what happens, especially when the town leaves about the oil in the ground. This book may not cover a great amount of time, but it’s a long book. I enjoyed reading about all the different characters and I’m looking forward to reading the next book in this series.

I received an advanced reader copy of this book from NetGalley and this is my my voluntary and honest review.

Noralynne ,

Come home to deep river

Couldn’t get past 7 percent before deleting. Angst guy can’t get his head out of the past. Vapid female without any redeeming character!

Tish?33 ,


I loved this novel. It kept me reading to the end!

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