Mine Until Moonrise by Jennifer Bernard (Review)

Mine Until Moonrise by Jennifer Bernard

Series: Lost Harbor, Alaska, Book 1
Style: Contemporary Romance, Enemies to Lovers
Release Date: September 27, 2019

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Series

Lost Harbor, Alaska
Book 1
September 27, 2019
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Lost Harbor, Alaska
Book 2
November 22, 2019
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Lost Harbor, Alaska
Book 2.5
December 21, 2019
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Lost Harbor, Alaska
Book 3
January 28, 2020
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Amazon (US)

Synopsis

It’s a fine line between feuding and flirting…

Ever since Megan Miller arrived in stunning Lost Harbor, Alaska, she’s been at odds with boat captain Lucas Holt. They’re opposites in every way. She’s a city girl, he’s from an Alaska homestead. She runs nature tours, he’s all about big-money charters. He’s also arrogant, annoying and oh yeah, wildly attractive. Lost Harbor would be the perfect escape from the tragedy that sent her running–except for her feud with the hottie captain.

Lucas Holt came home for one thing—settle his father’s affairs then hightail it back to Colorado. So why is he still here? Is it because there’s something fishy about his father’s death? Is it the endearingly eccentric locals and enchanting scenery? Or could it be Lost Harbor’s newest resident, a sassy scientist who’s as sexy as she is stubborn? Arguing with Megan is the best foreplay he’s had in years.

Until one of Lost Harbor’s dangerous storms tosses everything up in the air, and a feud turns to a passionate affair–with stakes higher than Megan ever imagined.

It’s like the ocean tapping you on the shoulder to tell you a secret

Lucas Holt, Mine Until Moonrise

Mine Until Moonrise is the first novel in the Lost Harbor, Alaska series which can be read as a standalone or as the first part of the Lost Harbor, Alaska series, is an enemies-to-lovers story and is told in the third-person point of view.

Megan has recently moved to Lost Harbor, Alaska with her smarter than normal daughter Ruby. Trying to start over after her divorce and trauma at her old job she is finding it hard to fit in with the locals. Especially Lucas Holt who is constantly bugging her by pushing all her buttons and having to get in the last word. Lucas has come back home to Lost Harbor to deal with his father’s estate to which he is convinced that there is more to his death than has been told. When both Lucas and Megan have had enough they decide to take their boats out to enjoy some quiet time until a violent storm rolls in and changes everything. 

Mine Until Moonrise was a great beginning to the Lost Harbor, Alaska series. We meet a lot of interesting characters who catch your attention and you can not wait to learn more about it. Lucas and Megan’s constant bantering is fun and Jennifer Bernard describes Lost Harbor so well that you feel like you are right there with the characters. Mine Until Moonrise is the first novel by Jennifer Bernard that I have had the pleasure of reading and I plan on continuing to enjoy the Lost Harbor series and more of her novels.

My Rating

Meet Jennifer Bernard

Jennifer Bernard is a USA Today bestselling author of contemporary romance. Her books have been called “an irresistible reading experience” full of “quick wit and sizzling love scenes.” A graduate of Harvard and former news promo producer, she left big city life in Los Angeles for true love in Alaska, where she now lives with her husband and stepdaughters. She still hasn’t adjusted to the cold, so most often she can be found huddling with her laptop and a cup of tea. No stranger to book success, she also writes erotic romance under the name Juniper Bell.

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