(Heroes of the Tundra #1)
By Laurie Wood
Inspirational Romantic Suspense
ebook, 170 Pages
December 4th 2018 by Anaiah Press
Reunions can be deadly.
After a savage attack in university, Kira Summers fled to the safety of northern Canada and her work as a polar bear scientist. But when her whistle blower brother dies in a mysterious car crash, she must return home to bury him and pack his belongings. Unaware she’s carrying explosive evidence someone’s willing to kill for, she has no choice but to rely on the one person she never thought she’d see again.
Lukas Tanner, a widowed single father of a special needs toddler, moved to Churchill five years ago. As the proud owner of Guiding Star Enterprises, a wilderness tour company, he and his daughter lead a simple life. But when Kira comes crashing back into his world, he realizes God has other plans. Now, Lukas and Kira must confront a merciless killer as their past and present collide in a deadly race—a race they must win if they have any hope of a future together.
My Review of Northern Deception
I received a pdf copy of Northern deception for free in order to share my thoughts.
I loved Northern Deception! I’ve always loved reading about places that are really remote and really cold. Weird right? It’s like a dream of mine to live way out in a tiny Canadian or Alaskan town. But it’s like a pretend dream. I don’t REALLY want to live there because I would go nuts and freeze! I already can’t stand late fall/winter in Ohio. How do I think I’d survive? But ever since I was a little girl and read The Long Winter, I’ve loved thinking about it. I still like watching reality television shows that are either in Alaska or Northern Canada. Any way….all that to say the setting of this book is right up my alley.
The characters in this book are ones you’ll fall in love with….Kira, Lukas, Ruby, Sophie….even the minor characters are great…well not the bad guys. But, you probably won’t be able to figure out who the bad guys are…at least not all of them…until close to the end.
Kira’s job is so cool. She’s a polar bear scientist. While I like looking at polar bears, and stuffed polar bears are awesome, living in a place where polar bears roam around and working with them…not so much. And some of the events in the book convince me even more that I’d never make it way up north among the polar bears…or grizzly bears (no, they aren’t in the book, but they are up there somewhere).
Northern Deception really kept me reading. I couldn’t read it before bed because I’d want to keep reading, and then I’d be crabby the next morning. Don’t start it until you’ve got a lot of time to sit and read! You won’t want to put it down once you start! I give this five big stars!