"It must be embarrassingly clear to everyone that you and I can't stand the sight of each other."
Kathrin had found peace and indescribably beauty in the brief Arctic summer. The last person she expected--or wanted--to see was Jud Leighton who, with his brother, had betrayed her so cruelly seven years ago. And she certainly didn't want to accompany Jud out on the unforgiving tundra. Especially since he seemed to believe that she had wronged him .
Good premise but really...the heroine was exceedingly civil to a man who had raped her? She tattles on someone accused of embezzlement to the camp boss but says nothing about a rapist? The hero didn't hate the man who raped the love of his life and caused him to be imprisoned for four years?read more
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