Alaska Heart

Alaska Heart

Christine DePetrillo / Oct 22, 2020

Alaska Heart Alaska is supposed to be cold so why is Alanna Cormac on fire Sent on a dream assignment to Denali National Park nature magazine writer Alanna Cormac has no intentions of falling in love with Dale R

  • Title: Alaska Heart
  • Author: Christine DePetrillo
  • ISBN: -
  • Page: 139
  • Format: Kindle Edition
  • Alaska is supposed to be cold, so why is Alanna Cormac on fire Sent on a dream assignment to Denali National Park, nature magazine writer Alanna Cormac has no intentions of falling in love with Dale Ramsden, sexy Iditarod winner When Dale, his family, and even his eighteen sled dogs charm their way into her heart, however, Alanna s fast track New York instincts crumble.Alaska is supposed to be cold, so why is Alanna Cormac on fire Sent on a dream assignment to Denali National Park, nature magazine writer Alanna Cormac has no intentions of falling in love with Dale Ramsden, sexy Iditarod winner When Dale, his family, and even his eighteen sled dogs charm their way into her heart, however, Alanna s fast track New York instincts crumble The Alaskan landscape and the caress of a man too good to be true ignite feelings she never had time to explore before Feelings that have her so blissfully busy she s unaware she s being watched Judged Targeted She s next Love will either save her or swallow her whole Is there a difference This is a new release of a previously published edition.

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      • Christine DePetrillo

        Christine DePetrillo tried not being a writer She s attempted to ignore the voices in her head, but they will not stop The only way she can achieve peace and quiet is to write the stories the voices demand Today, she write tales meant to make you laugh, maybe make you sweat, and definitely make you believe in the power of love.Christine lives in Rhode Island and occasionally Vermont with her husband, two cats, and a big, black German shepherd who defends her fiercely from all evils Visit her and sign up for her newsletter at christinedepetrillo.weebly anytime.You can also find Christine at The Roses of Prose blog on the 4th and 14th of every month rosesofprose


    845 Comments

    1. 4.5 stars, rounded upSweet romantic story about an Iditarod-winner (who was really too good to be true, but I liked him like that!) and a writer for a nature magazine. I loved the Alaskan setting, the fun interactions with the secondary characters, the sled-dogs, and the suspense portion at the end of the book. Grade: A-/B+


    2. Fantastic. Loved Kisses to Remember so I gave this book a try, too. I am now officially a big fan of this author. Romantic, not gooey, not trashy. Rich language and character development.


    3. Fun read with charming characters (for the most part), building plot that keeps you engaged, and a satisfying ending. The sex scenes were satisfying and tastefully done. Very refreshing read for a jaded palette.


    4. Nicely doneEnjoyed this story, even though I am not normally a fan of fall in love in two days kind of books. Suspense was predictable but well written. Dale was great hero and Allanna strong female character. Loved the family too. Would love to see Megan in Alaska story too


    5. Fun readGood story line, good characters. The scenery descriptions makes me want to pack up and head to Alaska even though I don't like the cold.


    6. Tears streamingHaving been to Alaska several times, I understood Alannas connection. There was a bit too much adult relationship but very well writtem


    7. Review posted on Kindles & WineDale Ramsden (aka sled-dog16) is an Iditarod winner from Alaska who hasn’t ever found the right woman. He is content with his life in Alaska, his quirky family and friends, and his best friends, his sled dogs. However, it becomes more difficult for him to stay satisfied when an online “friend” finds a way into his heart.Enter Alanna Cormac (aka Gaia-girl706), a career woman from the Big Apple. She is beautiful but lacks self-confidence where men are conce [...]


    8. 4.5stars actually -- also e-book not kindle. Having never been to Alaska, I have no idea if the writer took liberties or not. I do have an idea about how lovingly it was described - it almost made me want to go. Not only was this soft, easy to get into romance about two people it was about romancing Alaska, nature and living in harmony with our gifts and surroundings. I don't know why I picked this up to read as it's something that shouldn't have appealed to me (snow on the cover - just looking [...]


    9. Dodie's Review Christine DePetrillo must have been to Denali. Her descriptions of Alaska and Denali are dead on. Alaska is a simply beautiful place. Even thought I don't want to admit it, it has been close to twenty years since I have been there, and the beauty stays with you. Although, I had the good sense to go there in the summer and not the early spring that this book is set in. This is definitely a contemporary novel. The book opens with a string of emails between Gaia Girl and Sled Dog. Ga [...]


    10. Beauty, Wilderness and LoveAlanna Cormac is a nature writer in New York. Dale Ramsden is a world class dog sledder in Alaska. They have bonded over flirty & clever emails for a year. When Alanna is challenged at work to write a great article Denali and Dale become her secret weapon. On Alanna's adventure to Alaska she discovers Dale, his family, new friends, Huskies, a lurking serial killer and her future. This is a wonderful portrayal of the fresh, comfortable and friendly life in Alaska. T [...]


    11. This was a "nice" book - mainly romance with a little mystery. Alanna goes to Alaska to write an article for the nature magazine she works for. During the 2 weeks she is there, she falls in love and encounters a serial killer, and still manages to write her magazine article. While being a good story, I think it needed a little more suspense - it seemed the entire murder-mystery component was all contained in just a few pages.


    12. I really hate giving low scores, but I had no choice. The research killed this book. Make that lack of research.I could go on and on about the errors in geography, distance, logistics, setting but I won't. The suspense saved it, but it is perfectly clear the author has never spent any significant amount of time in Alaska. I'm guessing none at all.


    13. A whirlwind romance, with the added element of a serial killer in the Alaska wilderness. A contempory romance, with the aspect of two people who corresponded via email, forging a relationship, that comes to realization of meeting. I enjoyed the romance with added suspense of a mystery of who is the killer. A enjoyable book, with a HEA ending.


    14. Great bookA little predictable, but a nice and enjoyable read altogether. This is the first book I've read by DePetrillo and I look forward to reading more from this author .


    15. WonderfulThis book had the ability to pull the reader in all the way. It is well written and I enjoyed trading it. Couldn't put it down


    16. Love this story! Just reading about the scenery was amazing but that is just background to this amazing story about love, sled dogs, and a creepy stalker. Highly recommended!


    17. Awesome readLove the book, love the story line. I felt like I was right there with them. I just want it to go on and on. Thank you


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