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.
Activist Casey has never met a cause she won't champion, and that includes a new anti-forestry initiative by the non-profit group, Trees-Are-Friends. Hired to write a smear piece about Alaskan logging operations, she answers a personal ad in The Odds Are Good, seeking an inside contact, not romance. Once she meets hot lumberjack, Soren, however, she discovers that people, like causes, are often more layered than they originally appear.