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Racing North

North Country

by (author) Genevieve Montcombroux

BWL Publishing Inc.
Initial publish date
Jan 2022
General, Clean & Wholesome
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    Publish Date
    Jan 2022
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Racing North is a romance novel full of passion, adventures, and sled dogs set in the northern reaches of the Yukon and Alaska. Pat dreams of racing the prestigious Iditarod Trail Race in Alaska. But first, she must hone her dog sledding skills. She signs on as a dog handler for a top racer, Scott Walsh. Having to share a wilderness cabin with him poses unforeseen difficulties. Pat sees glimpses of another man beneath Scott's forbidding exterior and gives him her heart. A losing steak and unresolved personal problems leaves Scott with a massive chip on his shoulder. Yet under the spell of the vivacious Pat, he wins the Yukon Quest, the toughest long distance race. When an encounter with a moose sidelines Scott from the Iditarod race, Pat takes his place. She's sure she can win the race, but can she win his love?

About the author

I sold my first romance short story at age sixteen, which helped fund dance lessons. Later, I went on to write novellas and short stories for magazines. Emigrating to Canada was my husband Michael’s dream. It was also was mine as I wanted to experience first hand the life of the Inuit and their amazing dogs. Dogs are another of my passions. However, due to circumstances, we ended up in a tiny Prairie town where I was suddenly transported back to pioneer times. Fortunately, I had been a Girl Scout, and I wasn’t phased at having to cut blocks of ice for water. And like many a pioneer woman, I had a toddler and a babe in arms. From the prairies we moved to the Canadian Arctic, which forever holds a special place in my heart.

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Editorial Reviews

Wonderful story. Looking forward to more of Montcombroux's work.

NM Bell

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