An imaginative Beauty and the Beast retelling set against the Alaskan wilderness…
Lauren Dalton's world shattered the day her father died. It shattered again when she found a box of old keepsakes commemorating a life she'd never even known he led.
Heartbroken but determined, she accepts a seasonal job in rural Alaska to look after an injured musher's dogs while searching for the truth about her father's hidden past. But her cantankerous new boss comes with dangerous secrets of his own.
When a fire ravages part of the property, all will be revealed—and four-thousand miles away from the only home she's ever known, Lauren will discover just how quickly everything can change.
Don't miss the chance to lose your heart to Lauren, Shane, and their courageous team of sled dogs in this unforgettable tale of love, loss, and finding where you belong from a New York Times bestselling author.
The Loneliest Cottage - A Good Read
This is a good story filled with emotional events, a strong heroine with a don’t give up attitude, an Alaskan sled dog racing setting and a very positive HEA ending. I’d recommend this book!
The Loneliest Cottage
It was a good love story that was clean without all the sex that is in so many stories. That was very refreshing!
Lauren is a great character, she is one of those with the mentality to deal with things head on. Shane is definitely a beast, I did feel sorry for him after he explained what he was going through but he still seemed a bit reserved or stand-offish. A case of opposites attract, their story flowed well but there was a lot going on at the end which changed the pace. The sled dogs were very interesting and I laughed out loud when she took her first ride. Very enjoyable & emotional read that tugs the heart strings.