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...
What I love most about Julie Rowe's books is her ability to draw your into the story. Her descriptions easily paint a picture that allows the reader to get lost in the words. Throw in the ability to write steamy, yet tasteful love scenes and you've always got a winner from this author. North of Heartbreak is no different. The storyline is excellent, the characters are well-rounded, and the romance is spot on. I highly recommend it.