Franny Fyfe was content with her quiet existence in the small town of Ayashe, Alaska. As the waitress in the only diner in town, she has come to know almost everyone. Except, that is, for the intimidating Sheriff Drew. But when circumstances bring them together, she learns that there is more to the normally-reserved man than meets the eye, something warm and funny and irresistibly sexy.
And the more time they spend together, the deeper the attraction grows until Franny finds herself yearning for more…
Drew Alden has only ever seen himself as the guardian of Ayashe, whose sole purpose is to serve and protect. Until Franny enters his life in a burst of questions and dreams and, for the first time, he begins to want something for himself.
But when the woman he lives with presents him with an unexpected offer—a relationship and the chance to be a father—Drew is faced with a difficult choice.
Caught between duty and desire, Franny and Drew must decide whether to follow their hearts or sacrifice their chance at happiness for the sake of doing what’s right.
North Star is a 46,000-word erotic romance. For readers 18 and up.
June Gray is a daydreamer who, at the age of ten, penned a short story inspired by a Judy Blume novel and has been unable to stop writing since. She loves to tell stories that titillate and enrage, that break the reader’s heart, and put it back together again.
Her fairy-tale life has been lived on four different continents—most notably, in a two-hundred-forty-year-old castle in rural Germany owned by a Graf. She was born in the Philippines, raised in Australia, and now calls the United States home, and she can currently be found dodging tornadoes in Oklahoma with her husband and two daughters.
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