The Simple Wild by K.A. Tucker follows Toronto native and city-girl Calla. Calla’s parents have been long divorced after her mother couldn’t remain living in Alaska anymore and her father couldn’t live anywhere but.
When Calla gets a call informing her that her estranged father has cancer, she contemplates a trip to Alaska to make amends during the time he has left. As the owner and operator of a charter flight company, the remote Alaskan wild is all he knows. Calla arrives and soon finds she is WAY out of her element.
She meets Jonah, a pilot from her father’s charter company and they take an immediate dislike to one another. They jar and jab and soon find themselves questioning exactly how they feel about one another. It’s a thin line between love and hate and these two have no business following in Calla’s parents footsteps...
I LOVED this one. I keep thinking about it and wish I hadn’t read it just so I could read it all over. If you’re looking for a good contemporary romance with plenty of heat, tenderness and character development a la Sweet Home Alabama takes the Alaskan wild - you’ll love this one!