Alaskan Heat by Pam Champagne
Publisher: Samhain Publishing
Genre: Contemporary, Mystery/Suspense
Length: Short Story (142 pgs)
Rating: 4 Cherries
Reviewed by Stephanotis
She’ll make him finish what he started—if they live through the night.
Framed and on the run, FBI agent Joe “Hawk” Hawkins has only one chance to clear his name: hit the road for Eagle, Alaska. Things can’t get much worse, until a woman from his past steps into his path. Sophie’s a brilliant statistician, pissed off about their disastrous one-night stand—and offering him a deal.
This is Sophie’s first field assignment, and the fact that it involves Hawk doesn’t make it any easier. She’s never forgotten or forgiven the night Hawk found his way to her bed and left her wanting more. Now she’s on a double mission to make Hawk finish what he started, and get them both to Eagle alive.
The long Alaska Highway stretches before them, and long nights of sexual fireworks that rival the Northern Lights. Caution turns to trust, and then to a love neither of them bargained for.
With two rogue agents in hot pursuit, though, the end of the road may be closer than they think…
Warning: This title contains sex hot enough to boil ice—and make you wish the Alaskan winter lasted even longer.
FBI agent, Sophie Branson is hunting fellow agent Joe Hawkins. And if this was just another assignment, she wouldn’t have a problem. However, Sophie and Joe have a past history and he might just be innocent. When she tracks him down, she’s not sure if she can trust him. Is he telling the truth? Has he been set up, framed for something he didn’t do? Besides being physically attracted to Joe, Sophie believes his story and knows she has to help him clear his name. Even if that means her life could be in danger and her career on the line. And let’s not forget she might be falling for this rugged hero.
Sophie and Joe are well crafted characters and the dialogue is very natural sounding with some great banter between the hero and heroine. The author uses the Alaskan setting perfectly and weaves both Sophie and Joe’s backgrounds nicely throughout this book.
At just 142 pages, this is one to add to your quick read list. If you like sexy romantic suspense stories, you’ll enjoy Alaskan Heat.