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review 2022-05-14 07:51
Review: Knocked Up in Alaska (Captivity Alaska #3) by: Samanthe Beck
Knocked Up in Alaska (Captivity Alaska #3) - Samanthe Beck

 

 

 

Knocked Up in Alaska by Samanthe Beck

My rating: 5 of 5 stars


Fire with a side of heart. Temptation means nothing without emotion. Knocked Up in Alaska gives spicy a bit of soul. Ford and Lilah prove that naughty can be nice. From laugh out loud to unpredictable, Beck serves up an irresistible entree for the senses.

When it comes to breaking rules, Samanthe Beck holds nothing back. With splashes of humor that put a smile to your face, temptation that puts the senses on high alert and moments of emotion that leave footprints on the heart, Knocked up in Alaska proves itself a gem. From spicy to sensitive, Lilah and Ford are a different kind heartwarming with a heartbreaker twist.




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text 2022-05-10 10:28
How Can I Talk To A Person At Alaska Airlines?

Gain valid details to talk to a person at Alaska Airlines

Alaska Airlines allows you to cancel your flight ticket online right after the booking at your required time suitably. You are lucky to share your voice with the best customer representative team and talk to a person at Alaska Airlines where you can receive helpful advice and help your required time. If you have booked a flight ticket online and are willing to gain valuable tips to manage your flight ticket online, find it simple to get proper support and service from the best customer service team at your required time, ideally.

How to talk to a person at Alaska Airlines?

If you are willing to get proper support and service and looking for significant assistance to secure your booking, you can discuss your queries with a live person who remains happy to guide you properly. You can go through the phone number that you can dial and interact with a live person at the right time.

Following are the ways to talk to a person at Alaska Airlines:

  • First, go to the booking website and click on the log-in button to access your booking account using credentials.
  • Go to the phone number you can get on the contact page and dial the phone number.
  • Listen to the voice menu instruction that allows you to press one preferred language and press 2 to choose the best queries.
  • You can select your question by pressing three and pressing 4 to talk to a live person who quickly provides you with a solution over a phone call.    

Thus, if you are literally curious to talk to the Alaska Airlines live person, you can get a proficient who provides you helpful advice and tutorial at the right time significantly.

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review 2021-07-11 12:48
Review: Calling Cassie (Alaska Blizzard) by: Kat Mizera
Calling Cassie (Alaska Blizzard) - Kat Mizera

 

 

 

 
Calling Cassie by Kat Mizera

My rating: 5 of 5 stars


Mizera is known for writing gripping stories that live in the heart and stay on your mind. Calling Cassie takes that to a whole other level. Cassidy Reynolds and Logan Pelletier set the pages ablaze with the heat they exude. Despite the sensual fireworks they never neglect making the heart feel included. Cassie and Logan come with a ton of baggage. It makes for a bumpy road, but is well worth the heartache.




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review 2021-06-28 04:54
Big setting, big story, Survive – Love and Murder in Alaska is classic Wilkins

Not only is bush pilot Tom Bodeen’s cargo secret, but he’s also landing it in the remote Alaskan wilderness. Yet landing the plane turns out to be the least of his worries when he, his customer Levi and two employees, are confronted by armed hijackers and left for dead. Bodeen is saved from a shot to the head by his aviator’s helmet. 

 

When he gains consciousness, he realizes he's alone,  is badly injured, has no means to call for rescue and ​​his only hope of survival is to try to find Levi’s cabin, located somewhere miles from the landing site. This leads to a lengthy, tortuous journey across treacherous frozen terrain to get there against the odds. 

 

Yet getting there is only half the story. When Levi’s wife Elinor and daughter Marianne discover Bodeen, barely alive, and nurse him back to health, a rivalry develops for his affections between the seventeen-year-old Marianne whose hormones are raging out of control and her mother still in her sexual prime though trapped for years in a loveless marriage. Meanwhile, if Levi’s killers learn he’s still alive, they’ll be coming to finish the job of killing him. 

 

The stage is set as two jealous women with needs compete for an attractive injured man miles from civilization where societal norms, even law and order, amount to survival of the fittest.  

 

One woman will lose, leaving the other scorned. Hell, hath no fury… 

 

Survive – Love and Murder in Alaska is the perfect setting for author Clark Wilkins to present his knowledge of survival in extreme winter environments. Realistic plotting, detailed action and complicated relationships culminate in a surprising end that makes for an interesting and informative novel. 

 

 

Surv

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text 2020-07-18 10:53
Reading progress update: I've read 11%.
No Fixed Line - Dana Stabenow,Marguerite Gavin

It brings me comfort to be back in Kate Shugak land. That's odd really as Dana Stabenow doesn't write cosy mysteries. Her books have very bad people in them. She confronts hate, corruption, misogyny, racism, greed and a hunger for violence. She looks at Alaska and sees both its beauty and its lethal indifference. She doesn't whitewash politics or history and she understands that even the people who think of themselves as the good guys sometimes betray themselves and the things they believe in.

 

So why does reading a Kate Shugak story bring me comfort?

 

Because, at the heart of almost all of the stories, there is a refusal to abandon hope, to find the courage to persist and a determination not to look away. There's also friendship, community, love, independence and honesty. It's a home I'd like to have. A home I'd like to be able to live up to even though I know I'd probably fail.

 

So, after a prologue and two chapters where am I?

 

Firstly, it looks like Dana Stabenow is going to dig in to the human consequences of one of the worst evils Trump has created, one that I think the rest of the world looks at and wonders why the rest of America allows it: the separation of children from their parents at the border. Keeping children in cages, sleeping on concrete floors.  Destroying family by dispersing children across America without documenting where they went or who their parents were. All of it overseen by ICE, troops own SS.

 

Of course, that's my, entirely political neutral and totally objective, summary, not Stabelnow's. She's a more 'show don't tell' writer, so her proluge deal with two children, a brother and a sister, separated from their mother, kept in cages and then sold on to human traffickers.  Then she gives me a chapter showing the fast, instinctive response of two young people who face a fierce ice storm to rescue any survivors of a  plane crash, followed by a chapter with Kate at home, cooking and discussing the merits of college and the problems with the State defunding education. 

 

So, I know I'm home. I know things are going to get fraught. And I know I'm going to have to exercise control not to snarf the whole book down in a day, like a Labrador with fresh meat.

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