Claire Stanfield became a lawyer to make her father proud. But after a troubling case leaves her shaken, she escapes to Alaska and immerses herself in the world of dog sledding. Dillon Cord became a police officer to serve the Portland community, but he retreats to Nome in the wake of a life-altering incident. For both, the Iditarod--the toughest sled dog race in the world--offers a chance for forgiveness, redemption, and healing. After meeting unexpectedly just ten days before the race, Claire and Dillon are drawn together by the shared challenge of braving the merciless Alaskan wilderness out on the trail. With the help of their strong-willed sled dogs, the two mushers navigate treacherous mountain paths, as well as their own budding relationship. If they can come to terms with their pasts and stay focused on the dangerous trail ahead, Claire and Dillon might have a chance to create something special--but only if they reach Nome in one piece.
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About the Author
Writing in the spirit of adventure and happy endings, Cindy Hiday has won numerous honors, including first place in the Kay Snow Awards for Fiction from Willamette Writers. Her 2014 title Father, Son & Grace is a five star Readers' Favorite and a local book club choice. Cindy draws inspiration from the beautiful state of Oregon, where she lives with her husband and four-legged friends. When she isn't hard at work on her next novel, or mentoring the latest group of writing talent as a part-time instructor for Mt. Hood Community College, Cindy enjoys hiking, gardening, and traveling.
Iditarod Nights is a fresh take on the romance genre, and Cindy Hiday gives this just enough tension to make for good reading. ----Wendy J. Fox, Buzzfeed
Published in partnership with Multnomah County Library and Portland State University's student-run Ooligan Press, Hiday's fast-paced, well-researched romance will be perfect for readers following the actual race and for -Iditarod displays.--Kellie Tilton "Library Journal "