Mine Until Moonrise (Lost Harbor, Alaska Book 1)
(4.7 / 5)
It’s a fine line from joking to feuding…
She has been at conflicts with boat captain Lucas Holt since Megan Miller came in amazing Lost Harbor, Alaska. In all ways, they are opposites. She’s a kid from the town, he’s from a home in Alaska. She operates wildlife trips, it’s all about charters with big money. He’s also wildly attractive, arrogant, annoying, and oh yeah. With the exception of her feud with the hottie captain, Lost Harbor would be the perfect escape from the tragedy that sent her running.
For one thing, Lucas Holt went home— settle the finances of his father, then hightail them away to Colorado. So why is he here still? Is it because the murder of his father is something fishy? Is it the locals and the enchanting landscapes that are dearly excentric? Or might it be the latest citizen of Lost Harbor, a sassy researcher who is as cute as she is persistent? The best foreplay he’s had in years is to argue with Megan.
Until one of the hazardous tornadoes of Lost Harbor throws everything in the wind, and a feud transforms into a loving affair— with greater stakes than Megan ever thought.