Books in Alaska Heat series: ICE, CHILL, GHOST. All books in the Alaska Heat series are standalones and can be read in any order.
"Once again Rowe has delivered a story with adrenalin-inducing action, suspense and a dark edged hero that will melt your heart and send a chill down your spine." ~Sharon Stogner, Love Passion Romance
"CHILL is a riveting story of danger, betrayal, intrigue and the healing powers of love… CHILL has everything a reader needs – death, threats, thefts, attraction and hot, sweet romance." ~ Jeanne Stone Hunter, My Books Addiction Reviews
"Chill packs page turning suspense with tremendous emotional impact. Buy a box of Kleenex before you read Chill, because you will definitely need it! ...Chill had a wonderfully complicated plot, full of twist and turns." ~Tamara Hoffa, Sizzling Hot Book Reviews
ABOUT THE AUTHOR: ABOUT THE AUTHOR: New York Times and USA Today bestselling author Stephanie Rowe is the author of more than 40 novels, including her popular Order of the Blade and NightHunter paranormal romance series. Stephanie is a four-time nominee of the RITA® Award, the highest award in romance fiction. She has won many awards for her novels, including the prestigious Golden Heart® Award. She has received coveted starred reviews from Booklist, and Publishers Weekly has called her work "[a] genre-twister that will make readers...rabid for more." Stephanie also writes a thrilling romantic suspense series set in Alaska. Publisher's Weekly praised the series debut, ICE, as a "thrilling entry into romantic suspense," and Fresh Fiction called ICE an "edgy, sexy and gripping thriller." Equally as intense and sexy are Stephanie's contemporary romance novels. You can find Stephanie on the web at www.stephanierowe.com, on Facebook at https://www.facebook.com/StephanieRoweBooks, on Pinterest at http://www.pinterest.com/StephanieRowe2/, and on Twitter at StephanieRowe2.
NOTE: CHILL was originally released in print in 2009 by Dorchester Publishing and has been substantially revised and re-issued as an ebook. The novel is approximately 350 pages, and there are excerpts from other books by the author in the back of the book.