Playing Dirty in Alaska
By Samanthe Beck
Pub date: 1/17/22
This is a second in a series of bush pilots in Alaska. I love a great second chance romance in Alaska especially when he has to work extra hard. There was a lot of family drama and heartache. I totally felt the loss of her brother and I loved her visions of him though they came from guilt they helped her through his loss. I still feel my Dad around me and he’s been gone for 5 years.
This had some fun forced proximity as Bridget injures herself trying to show off and Archer offers to take care of her and enacts his plan to win her back. He brings out the big guns. Even though his father does not think it’s a good idea and wants him out of this small town in Alaska he’s not having any of it.
These two get super steamy especially since he plays hard to get which denies them both what they want.
Thank you to the publisher entangled for the e-ARC for my honest and voluntary review.
✨ We are at my Aunt’s house today and had major Secret Garden vibes since the storms dumped leaves and such all over. I spent over an hour raking and helping cleaning this bottom yard so the kids could play for her.
✨I got my 200 Net Galley badge and my 80% hope to keep it for a few days or hours lol 😂
Bush pilot Bridget Shanahan runs from responsibility like a child runs from a dentist appointment, but when her brother leaves the family’s airfield in her hands, she knows it’s time to step up and behave like a Responsible Adult ™. So of course that’s when Archer Ellison III blows into her tiny town of Captivity, Alaska, every inch the hot-as-hell mistake that most definitely belongs in her past. Been there, done that, and didn’t even get to keep the commemorative sweatshirt
Archer has only ever had two goals. Now that he’s built his own empire outside his father’s company, he can move on to goal #2—winning back the one who got away by whatever means necessary. He knows it won’t be easy. Bridget Shanahan is older, wiser, more self-assured, and jaw-droppingly stunning…and doing everything she can to pretend the scorching chemistry between them doesn’t exist.
But fate is on his side. After an impulsive bet that would have sent Archer packing goes awry, Bridget is officially stuck with him. Which is really inconvenient, since falling for Archer again is the least responsible thing she could do.