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Synopsis:

The Yukon River Quest is a race to the Midnight Sun. Nearly five hundred miles of Canadian wilderness confronts the competitors. FBI Agent Tabitha Knowles has trained with her work partner Victoria for months in preparation. But on the eve of the competition devastating news takes Victoria out of the race.

Finding the experienced Diana Crenshaw equally stranded seems like a miracle, at first. Though they know nothing about each other beyond their reputations as competitive paddlers, they join forces, neither knowing theyve about to be in the race of their lives—with only a fraction of the distance covered, Tabitha and Diana are driven off the river by a snipers bullets.

Forced into the deep woods, they struggle against the wilderness and their growing attraction to each other. Tabitha will do whatever it takes to get them both to safety, but she doesnt know the strength of their pursuer—or the answer to the critical question: Which of the two of them is the real target?

About the Author

The author of the classics The Sunne in Golde and Black by Gaslight and the critically acclaimed Flowers of Edo: A Ghost Story, Nene Adams left behind eleven years working in the newspaper and marketing industries in the U.S., to live and work in a small village in the Netherlands with her partner, Dutch artist Corrie Kuipers. Though her fascination with the nineteenth century and earlier times, she finds inspiration in the modern world as well. The Midnight Sun is her first novel with a contemporary setting and reflects her devotion to stories featuring strong, smart women.

Product Details

ISBN:
9781594933523
Author:
Adams, Nene
Publisher:
Bella Books
Subject:
Lesbian
Subject:
Gay and Lesbian-Lesbian Fiction
Edition Description:
Trade Paper
Publication Date:
20130431
Binding:
TRADE PAPER
Language:
English
Pages:
288
Dimensions:
8.5 x 5.5 in

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The Yukon River Quest is a race to the Midnight Sun. Nearly five hundred miles of Canadian wilderness confronts the competitors. FBI Agent Tabitha Knowles has trained with her work partner Victoria for months in preparation. But on the eve of the competition devastating news takes Victoria out of the race.

Finding the experienced Diana Crenshaw equally stranded seems like a miracle, at first. Though they know nothing about each other beyond their reputations as competitive paddlers, they join forces, neither knowing theyve about to be in the race of their lives—with only a fraction of the distance covered, Tabitha and Diana are driven off the river by a snipers bullets.

Forced into the deep woods, they struggle against the wilderness and their growing attraction to each other. Tabitha will do whatever it takes to get them both to safety, but she doesnt know the strength of their pursuer—or the answer to the critical question: Which of the two of them is the real target?

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