Odds Are Good Series
A single Dad. A personal ad. What could possibly go wrong?
When Seattle journalist, Amanda McKendrick, pitches a new story about the increase of bear attacks in Sitka, her newspaper sends her north for two weeks. While there, she answers the personal ad of single dad, Luke Kingston, looking for a little no-strings-attached fun to pass the time.
But the sweet, widowered father of three--who just happens to be a smokin' hot state trooper--turns out to be a lot more than Amanda bargained for. As the days go by, she wonders if it'll be possible to return to Seattle without leaving her heart behind.
When a lonely vet(eran) and an ambitious vet(erinarian) work together to win the Qimmiq 200, sparks will fly…
Montana-born veterinary student, Juliet Sanderson, is disappointed when her project on the treatment and care of sled dogs falls through due to the illness of a local musher. In an effort to salvage her study and graduate, she answers the personal ad of Alaskan musher, Cody Garrison, who is desperately seeking a teammate for an upcoming co-ed race, The Qimmiq 200.
Cody Garrison, a retired U.S. Marine, doesn’t tell Juliet that he was left permanently disabled during his time in active service, fearing that she wouldn’t agree to race with him if she knew. But once she arrives in Alaska, discovering the truth about Cody’s past will be inevitable. Will the partnership they’ve agreed to, and the off-the-charts chemistry between them, be enough to see them through the rigors of training and secure them the win of their lives?
Tired of being treated like a freak when men discover that Faye is a 30-year-old virgin, she answers an ad in The Odds Are Good magazine, hoping to trek up to Fairbanks over New Year's and turn over her v-card to a sexy Alaskan. But when her chemistry with businessman, Trevor, turns out to be stronger than she ever could have imagined, what started out as a one-and-done mission becomes much more complicated.
When Los Angeles lawyer, Addison, receives a desperate voice mail from her adventure-seeking brother, she hires Alaskan helicopter pilot, Dakota, (whom she finds via an ad in The Odds Are Good) to take her to her brother's last-known location. As the two venture further into the harsh Alaskan wilderness on a dangerous rescue mission, they quickly discover they'll have to safeguard their lives...and their hearts.
Tony moved to small, remote Craig, Alaska, three years ago in the hopes of disappearing from his uncle's mob associates in northern New Jersey. But Alaska ain't home. And he misses the Jersey girls he grew up with.
On behalf of all the "plain Janes" in the world, Tessa answers Tony's personal ad, intending to teach its cocky, conceited author an important lesson: he ain't all that. But something about Tony draws her in. And when she finds herself (and her 3-year-old daughter) in danger, she flees to Craig to disappear with Tony.
Now, Craig may be remote, but it's still in the U.S. ... Tony and Tessa won't be able to stay hidden forever. When their pasts catch up with them, difficult choices will need to be made, and a deep love that once seemed unlikely might not be enough to save the day.
Legendary among female cruise employees, Dr. Dan Molloy's waiting room is always full on port days. After all, he's the hottest and youngest Doc west of Canada, and rumor has it, he's still single, to boot! Too bad he's so clueless ... no matter how obvious they are in their attempts to woo him, Dr. Dan is all business with patients.
Equally-clueless cruise passenger Ruby Bacon has a freak accident during a lumberjack show that requires five stitches in her - er, um ... kitty. Relentlessly cheerful despite her mishap (and chock full of kooky "fun facts" that she shares at the worst moments), Ruby misses her ship's departure, stranding her in Ketchikan.
Concerned for the safety and comfort of his newest patient (and more than a little intrigued by her offbeat manners!), Dr. Dan offers to accompany Ruby on a two-day ferry ride from Ketchikan to Juneau, where she should be able to catch up with her ship.
But when it comes to travel and love, even the best laid plans can go sideways; and two adorable misfits may discover that they're only at the beginning of a journey towards forever!
When Tanner Stewart learns his crazy ex is returning for a summer in Skagway, he places an ad in the Odds Are Good magazine, looking for someone to pose as his fiancée for the summer. Enter McKenna Cabot, a commitment-phobic college professor from Seattle caring for her aging grandmother. The promise of seasonal money is too good to pass up, so she heads north only to fall head over heels for tall, blonde, and handsome Tanner. But are their feelings strong enough to last when the summer is over?
~ "I enjoyed immensely this highly entertaining heartfelt story that is based in Alaska. The characters were perfectly created for this storyline. I loved the other characters that played an important role in the development of the story. A page turner that flowed well. I was hooked from the beginning to the end. Bottomline this is a must read." --TDC Book Reviews
~ "Every story in the Odds are Good series is a gem and Summer in Skagway is no exception!" --LitLover
Influencer Nola positions herself as the sophisticated beauty behind a big bucks Instagram page, while in reality, she was the victim of a gruesome, childhood accident. As a result, she lives a sheltered life, hiding behind the internet and quietly longing for love.
Younger brother of lumberjack Magnus, accountant Soren lives in his brother's shadow and gets roped into responding to his brother's fan mail. When he reads Nola's email to Magnus, Soren feels a connection to her from 5,000 miles away and decides to do something about it.
When they come clean with each other and decide to meet in person, will a virtual meeting of the minds be enough to build a foundation for true love?
~ "Five stars! This is a beautiful, heartfelt, and touching story! I've always loved Regnery's writing and Kodiak Lumberjack is another wonderful addition to the collection of emotional books that I absolutely adore." --Kay Daniels, NetGalley