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Subject: Alaskan romances
Date Posted: 9/25/2007 10:41 AM ET
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Anyone have any good Alaskan romances. You know the Alaskan bachelors type books. I read a Harlequin series once about a group of Alaskan bachelors that take out an add asking for woman to come to Alaska.  One falls in love w/a magazine reporter, one falls in love w/the magazine's contest winner, one falls in love w/another's sister and then one falls in love w/a woman who's been hypnotized on a cruise ship.  I don't remember the titles.  Men of Bear Creek or something like that.  Anyone know of similar series or books?

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Date Posted: 9/25/2007 11:13 AM ET
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Rainbows at Midnight by Amanda Harte is a good book set in Alaska.

 

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Date Posted: 9/25/2007 11:49 AM ET
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It's not a category but Nora Roberts wrote a GREAT book set in Alaska, Northern Lights.  I have it on CD and when I have nothing else to listen to I'll play it again.  I just reach into the box (it lives in my car) and grab a disc and start from wherever--I know the story that well!  LOL

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Date Posted: 9/25/2007 11:59 AM ET
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Mary, the Midnight Sons series by Debbie Macomber is good.

 

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Date Posted: 9/25/2007 12:51 PM ET
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yep, midnight sons is good..were the small harlequin type books then they were put into 3 books.

there's also a book 'alaska midnight' or something like that but it's inspirational romance so has issues around that topic. I liked it when I read it though except for the last story..that whole subject bothered me.

thre's another debbie macomber book too that was set in alaska..another small size one.

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Date Posted: 9/25/2007 5:08 PM ET
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I have ALASKAN NIGHTS by Judith Lyons--a Silhouette Special Edition on my shelf.  TAKEN, THANKS!



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Date Posted: 9/25/2007 7:20 PM ET
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come to think of it , midnight sons might have started with an ad..maybe that's the one you remember reading already.

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Date Posted: 9/25/2007 8:04 PM ET
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Debbie MacComber aslo wrote The Snow Bride set in Alaska

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Date Posted: 9/26/2007 6:29 AM ET
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that's the one I couldn't remember! the snow bride.

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Date Posted: 9/28/2007 12:00 PM ET
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I think the series Mary's thinking of was by Kate Hoffmann, published in the Temptation line.  The Men of Bear Creek (I think it was).

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Date Posted: 9/28/2007 6:12 PM ET
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Yes that's the one.  I just read The Invasion of Falgannon Isle which had a similar premice.  But there were "213 braw Scot's lads" looking for wives. 

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