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High Impact by Kim Baldwin

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Another Alaskan adventure-romance. No risk is too high. No adventure too daunting. All that they think they want and know will be challenged.

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No risk is too high. No adventure too daunting.

Emery Lawson reinvents herself after another near-death experience prompts a thorough  reevaluation of her priorities. Empowered to live a life of no regrets, she casts aside all that is  familiar to face her fears and chase her dreams. But as she heads for the wilds of Alaska, romance is  definitely not on her agenda, because she’s convinced she’s incapable of falling in love. 

Pasha Dunn has learned to expect the unexpected, in her job with an Adventure Outfitter in the  remote Alaskan interior. Adaptability is essential in such a savage and unforgiving landscape. But  she’s woefully unprepared when her infallible intuition tells her that client Emery Lawson is the  soul mate she’s been waiting for all her life. Emery is clearly determined to remain unattached, and  her high-risk vagabond lifestyle is too far outside Pasha’s comfort zone. 

All that they think they want and know will be challenged when the two are thrust into a nightmare  of survival and endurance high above the Arctic Circle.

High Impact by Kim BaldwinKim Baldwin has made her living as a writer for more than three decades, working as an Emmy-winning  journalist in network news for twenty years before she began penning fiction. The positive  feedback she received from readers hooked her to continue writing  more romantic lesbian adventures. Travel is a major obsession. Her  travels and journalism background provide great fodder for her novels. Kim is a member of Romance Writers of  America and the Rainbow Romance Writers.

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