Wednesday, July 22, 2015

'Alaskan Alpha (Books 1-3)' by Melissa F. Hart


Selena Ortiz is a twenty-seven-year-old woman making her way to the top of a man’s business in a man’s world. She lives in a posh Manhattan apartment and works in a towering Manhattan building. She has a boyfriend she loves assumes she will end up marrying. Things in Selena’s world are good until suddenly…they aren’t.

Her boss tells her that she’s being transferred to Alaska. She has to leave in a matter of days, and she’ll be expected to live there. The only thing that Selena knows about Alaska is that it’s cold and it’s desolate. She doesn’t want to go, but unless she wants to lose her job, she has no choice.

Selena says good-bye to her boyfriend and her family and she gets on a plane, having no idea what she is getting into. She’s picked up at the airport and taken to a strange little town that is inhabited by people unlike any she has ever met before. Most especially Conner. He’s the man whose business is being destroyed by her company, and he’s not happy that she’s there.

Handsome, brash, rude…Conner is everything Selena dislikes in a man…Or so she thought.

Read an excerpt:
“Alaska? Really, Daniel?” Selena was looking at her boss like he had two heads. She wasn’t even trying to control her facial expressions the way she usually did when he said something crazy. After all, a girl had to work. But now he was telling her that they needed her to go live in Alaska. Who lived in Alaska? Eskimos and guys who want to risk their lives on fishing boats, that’s who. Huh uh, no way…Alaska? He’s clearly lost his mind. 
“Yes, Selena. Really. We sell fishing equipment. There’s a huge fishing market in Alaska. It makes perfect sense that the company would want to expand there.” 
Selena was an executive for a company called Lloyd Enterprises, working for the subsidiary company called I Dream of Fishing. She worked in an office in Manhattan. She hadn’t been attracted to the company because of the fishing…at all. As a matter of fact, when she had gone for the interview three years prior she had only known three things. 
The first was that the corporation she was currently working for in the cosmetics industry was under investigation by the FDA, and in trouble with PETA for testing on animals. She needed to get out of there before it all unraveled.

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About the author:

I started writing romance fiction since I was 16 years old. I'm now a published writer thanks to the wonderful world of ebooks.

I live in Canada and I love the winter months. As you can see, I wrote several books related to the winter holidays.

I'm not represented by an agent and I'm a proud indie. I have learned how to create websites and edit images, design book covers, etc. All my books and what you see on this website I have created myself.

I'm currently a certified accountant but my dream is to be a full-time independent writer of hot erotic romance books.

1 comment:

  1. thanks for the post. Melissa F. Hart


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