Mar 11, 2016

Melting His Alaskan Heart by Rebecca Thomas Review

  Melting His Alaskan Heart
An Alaskan Hero #2
By: Rebecca Thomas
Releasing March 1, 2016

When Ethan Forrester’s hockey star brother begs him to take his place at a masquerade fundraiser due to illness, Ethan grudgingly agrees to help the cause. After all, he’ll be wearing a mask that covers the scar across his eye. No one will know his true identity.

Sports journalist Carly Hughes will do whatever it takes to procure the interview no one else can get from the NHL Stanley cup winning captain. After a few drinks she confesses her need for an exclusive interview or she’ll be fired. Ethan knows his brother as well as he knows himself—spilling a few details should keep the man’s privacy intact—mostly.

However, when their interview moves to the penthouse suite, Ethan tries to explain he’s not the Forrester brother she’s looking for, but Carly insists he keep his mask on.

Daylight brings some harsh truths, and a serious hangover. Carly not only forgot to record her interview, but she wakes up with a stranger in her bed. Or was this case of mistaken identity the best thing that’s ever happened to her?

 Ethan Forrester instantly regrets doing his NHL hockey star brother a favor by pretending to be him and going to a masquerade ball! But there he is trying to blend in and get out of there as quickly as possible! But then Carly arrives and all his good plans go out of the window. But in the light of day all of Ethan's ghosts come rushing back and he doubts Carly's sincerity on wanting to be her friend, even after his true identity is revealed, she still wants to be his friend.

 Sports journalist Carly Hughes has been given an impossible assignment, to interview Dane Forrester, a NHL Hockey player who refuses to do interviews. So she thinks it's her lucky day when she sees him at a masquerade ball and throws herself on his mercy in order to score an interview with him; to her surprise not only does he give her that interview, but a night filled with passion too. But the next morning she wakes to find that she wasn't with Dane Forrester at all, but his handsome but scared firefighter brother Ethan. But Ethan keeps turning Carly away, too gripped with his grief and ghosts can Carly break through or will Ethan stay in the past?

 After reading Rebecca Thomas first book in the series Her Alaskan Hero; so I jumped at the chance to read the next book in the series Melting His Alaskan Heart and I was not disappointed in the slightest! Flirty, fun, guilt, drama and heartbreak! It was written so beautifully that the story just jumped off the page. When it came to the characters, I loved them all! I cannot even decide which my favorite one is!

I give Melting Her Alaskan Heart 5 stars! And I am desperate for the next installment from the Forrester family.

Rebecca Thomas enjoys a love-hate relationship with Alaska. She lives there with her bush pilot husband and two teenaged sons. When she isn’t reading, writing, or playing board games, she is cheering for her sons at their hockey games and tennis matches.
A reluctant reader as a child, she didn’t become interested in books until her teen years when she discovered historical romance. Now she loves all sub-genres of romance and can’t decide which one is her favorite.
Rebecca earned a bachelor’s degree in Education from the University of Alaska and was employed in the airline industry for several years before working in her current position as a program manager in higher education.

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