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Paws and Prejudice

(Hearts of Alaska #2)

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It's up to a trio of adorable rescue huskies to make two lonely hearts in a coastal Alaskan town realize that true love is worth too much to turn tail and run.

Glaciers have nothing on Kelsey Porter when she decides to freeze someone out. After getting burned once, she's not about to let it happen again. And right now all that icy contempt is focused on one annoyingly attra
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Mass Market Paperback, 336 pages
Expected publication: June 29th 2021 by Berkley
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Sophia
Freezing out the newcomer seems the only solution to thwarting her dad’s plans for her life and the newbie brewer makes it easy when he snubs her dogs. I took one look at the title and cover and just had to read this adorable Alaskan romance. Total cuteness!

My full review will post closer to the release date @The Reading Frenzy blog
Wendy'sThoughts
Jun 04, 2021 rated it really liked it  ·  review of another edition
Recommends it for: Alanna Martin Fans, Romance
4 Look At Those Husky Faces Stars
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I have a confession, we use to have Huskies years ago. When I saw this cover, the sweet Red Husky on the Right side was a spitting image of my little girl, Samantha. She was The Best. PERIOD. To this day, I miss her and her laughing face. So I clicked on this without even reading the blurb.

Surprise, Surprise, this has turned out to be a lovely read.
It takes place in Helen, Alaska where there has been a feud between two familie
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Samantha Verant
May 24, 2021 rated it it was amazing
Let's just say...this story is so hot all of Alaska is melting. And not due to global warming. I adored Ian (swoon worthy) and Kelsley (so much fun!) Another home run for Martin! ...more
RomanceAllTheWay S
Jun 04, 2021 rated it it was amazing
Fun, heat and good banter including library jokes (sexual innuendos and all :-D ) Mix it all together with some good huskies and you have Paws and Prejudice!

I loved Kelsey! She is such a softie inside but acts tough (much like many of us out there) it's hard not to relate and like her. She is a trooper, she shows her dad at the end what's what (I loved that scene!) and well she is a romance writer so a woman after my own heart. She hates the outsides (prejudices) but then sees Ian for what he is
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Margie
May 13, 2021 rated it really liked it
This was an interesting read. I really liked the characters in this story. Heroine Kelsey Porter thought hero Ian Roth and his idea for a brewery wasn't good for her hometown of Helena, Alaska. How this difference of opinion resolves and ends up with a Happily Ever After makes for a fun read.

I received an ARC in exchange for a honest review.
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Minx
3.5 stars rounded up to 4.

I received a digital ARC of this novel courtesy of NetGalley and Berkley in exchange for an honest and voluntary review. Will post full review closer to publication date of June 29, 2021.
India Holton
Mar 30, 2021 rated it it was amazing
Another smart, steamy, and thoroughly enjoyable book in the Hearts of Alaska series. The herione Kelsey was so wonderful and Ian was a perfect match for her. I laughed, I swooned, and I'm definitely looking to the third installment. ...more
JoAnne
May 14, 2021 rated it it was amazing
My review on RomanceJunkies.com will be posted soon.

I rated the book 4.5 stars but rounded to 5 stars here and on other sites.
Carole Bell
Mar 15, 2021 rated it really liked it
Pride, Prejudice and huskies. Can a dog lover and a man who’s deathly afraid of dogs form a love connection? If she were actually willing to date, Kelsey Porter’s dating profile would begin with the words “must love dogs.” Kelsey is a jaded and surly secret romance novelist who hadn’t dated in six years and doesn’t tolerate anyone disrespecting her babies (the three huskies she adores). Budding entrepreneur Ian has his eyes firmly fixed on the prize— and no distractions or canines are allowed. F ...more
Olivia Blacke
Apr 23, 2021 rated it it was amazing
You had me at huskies.

Paws and Prejudice is the second in a 3-book series and works as a standalone but WHY WOULD YOU WANT TO READ JUST ONE when you can READ ALL THREE?

Kelsey, the main character, likes dogs more than she likes people (she rescues huskies!). She's got a secret that I can totally relate to. She's a tough, independent cookie that no one takes seriously, even (especially) when she scowls. I admit it. I adore Kelsey! I am Kelsey!

Love interest Ian in an outsider in a quaint Alaskan to
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Growing up, Alanna Martin wanted to be an astronaut, a doctor, and an actor – possibly all at once. After nine years of studying psychology, she somehow became a writer instead. This turned out to be the best career choice of all because she can work in her pajamas while drinking wine. She firmly believes in the power of fluffy books, long walks in the woods, and that there’s no such thing as too ...more

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