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Publisher Description

NHL star captain Dane Forrester thought he was single.

But when Mallory ambushes him in his Alaskan hometown because there’s been a clerical error in their dissolution, he’s sure fate has intervened. She wants the documents signed again, but this time Dane isn’t going along with her request.

This could be their second chance at happiness.

Dane says he’ll sign, but only after Mallory spends two weeks with him at his family’s remote wilderness lodge. He’ll show her all the benefits of being married to him and he’ll use his family and the town to help. Yet, no matter the scheme, Mallory is determined to be free from him.

Not used to failure, Dane’s always been a winner is every aspect of his life, but Mallory makes him question everything he believes in; from family, to commitment, to love, and what’s worth fighting for.

If you like heartwarming romance that’s guaranteed to make you smile, then take a trip to small-town Alaska and join the Forrester family! 

ABOUT THE SERIES: The Alaskan Hero Romances are quick, light-hearted romances about love and family. Don’t wait—take a trip to Gold Creek, Alaska!

October 18
Rebecca Thomas
Rebecca Lees

Customer Reviews

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Ten Gold Stars!!!

I received a complimentary copy of this book and I also purchased a copy. I LOVE this author and totally support her in her artistic journey in giving me a few hours (I re-read some sections that I totally drool over) of vacation from real life.

I have been looking forward to reading Dane's story for awhile and this didn't disappoint. Dane and Mallory aren't divorced due to a clerical error and Dane gets his second chance to make Mallory realize that they should stay together. This was a wonderful story. I read it in one sitting (thank you honey for buying take-out!) I sure didn't want to stop reading this. I was totally enchanted right from the beginning. I only hated that the story ended!!!!

Travis, Zak and Sabrina from prior stories made appearances, yay as I LOVE them. Also Molly and Fiona were in the story (Mother and sister respectively). I sure hope that Molly and Fiona get stories as I hate to have this series end (a novella with the entire family at Christmas at the lodge would be fantastic as well.) Yes I LOVE this family.

This story was written in a dual POV. That helps me as a reader to understand the characters' actions. Dane was simple as he was totally in love with Mallory. She on the other, was more complex. Her reasoning for the divorce, when she clearly loved Dane, would not have been clear without the dual POV.

Thank you Ms. Thomas for delivering another fantastic story that took me away to the beautiful state of Alaska.

I highly recommend this story to anyone who loves a great story.

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