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Historicals in Washington... (both good stories I've read)
Daniel's Bride by Linda Lael Miller
Lily and the Major by Linda Lael Miller (Book 1 of her Orphan Train Trilogy - Book 2, Emma and the Outlaw, is set in Nebraska (?) and Louisiana; Book 3, Caroline and the Raider, is set in Wyoming)
Also did a quick search for historical romance with "Alaska" in the synopsis on fictiondb.com. There are 27 titles in the search results with the oldest being from 1978. Excluding the bodice-ripper decade, I'll list those from 1993 forward. These I haven't read so you might want to check the synopses and reviews before requesting.
A Light in the Window by Janelle Jamison (Heartsong)
Yukon Love Song by Veronica Blake
Emerald Dreams by Caroline Bourne
Tender is the Touch by Ana Leigh
Midnight Sun by Amanda Harte
I Do, I Do, I Do by Maggie Osborne
Rainbows at Midnight by Amanda Harte
The Unlikely Groom by Wendy Douglas (Harlequin Historical)
Under the Northern Lights by Tracie Peterson
Golden Dawn by Cathy Marie Hake (Heartsong)
Golden Days by Mary Connealy (Heartsong)
Golden Twilight by Kathleen Y'Barbo (Heartsong)
Alaskan Renegade by Kate Bridges (Harlequin Historical)
Titles with "Yukon" in the synopsis:
Ice and Rapture by Connie Mason
Wester Enchantress by Wendy Garrett
Band of Gold by Zita Christian
Gold Dust by Emily Carmichael
Harper's Bride by Alexis Harrington
The Jewel Palace by Jo Ann Ferguson (Precious Gems Historical)
Marriage by Design by Jill Metcalf
Just After Midnight by Lori Handeland (Precious Gems Historical)
Chastity's Angel by Linda Ford (Heartsong)
The Seduction by Kathryn Fox
Klondike Doctor by Kate Bridges (Harlequin Historical)
With "Klondike" in the synopsis:
Heart of Alaska by Kathleen Sage
Silent Stranger by Peggy Darty (Heartsong)
The Ballad of Jack O'Dair by Linda O. Johnston
Klondike Wedding by Kate Bridges (Harlequin Historical)
Klondike Fever by Kate Bridges (Harlequin Historical)
As I typed all these in, I remembered that the very first romance I ever read was set in Alaska, but it was a contemporary (well, in 1930) It was Lighted Windows by Emilie Loring.
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Jenna Kernan(think that's right) also does harlequin historicals set in Alaska. I've read several Kate Bridges-most were pretty good. Linda Lael Miller's series-Banner O' Brien,Darling Melissa, Corbin's Fancy, and the other one with the sexy preacher(how many times can one say that) who has issues with his faith?-are all set in Washington territory.
Alexis Harrington's Harper's Bride is still on my keeper shelf. Love it!
I Do, I Do, I Do by Maggie Osborne - really fun book! I loved it.
All of Kate Bridges books are Canada, Alaska and places cold and North. They are all good, quick reads.
I just read Harper's Bride by Alexis Harrison. Also a Klondike story. the Characters eventually end up in Seattle.
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