Alaskan Renegade

Alaskan Renegade

by Kate Bridges
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Alaskan Renegade (Harlequin Historical #968) 4.2 out of 5 based on 0 ratings. 17 reviews.
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
A sweet romance with a bite! A hunk of a hero! A must buy!
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American-Betty More than 1 year ago
I dont typically read these types of books. It had the right combination of action, drama and romance. It was a very easy read and I could not put the book down. I read it in two days. I would certainly recommend it.
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harstan More than 1 year ago
In 1899 Victoria Windhaven provides nursing services to injured miners and others in the Skagway vicinity of the District of Alaska. Her work requires her trekking into some dangerous wilderness so a bodyguard is assigned to escort her. Her current protector is Brant MacQuaid who jilted Victoria's sister at the altar in St. Louis. He has been hired as her bodyguard and that of her associate medical student Cooper Sullivan as they tend to injured miners on Glitter Mountain. Victoria remains outraged with him and wishes someone else would escort her. He can feel the anger she emits at him, but refuses to allow anyone else replace him even the rival Philadelphian medical student as he needs her as his cover to capture a nasty felon besides being in love with her although keeping her safe comes first before the criminal and his desire. This is another great Kate Bridges Alaskan Territory late nineteenth century police procedural romance. Fans will feel they are on Glitter Mountain assisting Kate and Cooper with the injured and observing the Mountie Brant as he gets his man (and more important his woman). Cooper is a strong likable support character who offers Victoria every quality trait she wants in a husband while Brant provides everything she detests in a spouse. Their spirited rivalry make for a fun historical. Harriet Klausner