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Intense...Rugged...Sexy...Untamed...A collection of four novellas in the Wild Men of Alaska series. Impact ...Intense He arrested her five years ago and has been waiting for her ever since. She's vowed never to lay eyes on him again. Wrecked in a small plane, with an arctic storm bearing down, they won't survive if they don't survive each other... Moosed Up ...Rugged H Intense...Rugged...Sexy...Untamed...A collection of four novellas in the Wild Men of Alaska series. Impact ...Intense He arrested her five years ago and has been waiting for her ever since. She's vowed never to lay eyes on him again. Wrecked in a small plane, with an arctic storm bearing down, they won't survive if they don't survive each other... Moosed Up ...Rugged He's big and hot and hungry for a mate, but has a secret that seems destined to ruin his chances at love. She can't trust herself when it comes to men and knows next to knowing about surviving Alaska. The moose are loose and the men are hungry... Dreamweaver ...Sexy He led a charmed life until he was murdered. Now he's a desperate man who can only touch her in her dreams. She's a tempted woman who thinks she's going crazy when she starts having out-of-this-world sex with a dream lover. Is their love real? Or is it just a dream... Bearing All ...Untamed He's lured her to the edge of Alaska, hoping enough time has passed that her heart has softened and her knives have dulled. She's been sent to assassinate him. Again. This time she intends to succeed without ending up in his bed. They'll be stripped bare before the night is over...


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Intense...Rugged...Sexy...Untamed...A collection of four novellas in the Wild Men of Alaska series. Impact ...Intense He arrested her five years ago and has been waiting for her ever since. She's vowed never to lay eyes on him again. Wrecked in a small plane, with an arctic storm bearing down, they won't survive if they don't survive each other... Moosed Up ...Rugged H Intense...Rugged...Sexy...Untamed...A collection of four novellas in the Wild Men of Alaska series. Impact ...Intense He arrested her five years ago and has been waiting for her ever since. She's vowed never to lay eyes on him again. Wrecked in a small plane, with an arctic storm bearing down, they won't survive if they don't survive each other... Moosed Up ...Rugged He's big and hot and hungry for a mate, but has a secret that seems destined to ruin his chances at love. She can't trust herself when it comes to men and knows next to knowing about surviving Alaska. The moose are loose and the men are hungry... Dreamweaver ...Sexy He led a charmed life until he was murdered. Now he's a desperate man who can only touch her in her dreams. She's a tempted woman who thinks she's going crazy when she starts having out-of-this-world sex with a dream lover. Is their love real? Or is it just a dream... Bearing All ...Untamed He's lured her to the edge of Alaska, hoping enough time has passed that her heart has softened and her knives have dulled. She's been sent to assassinate him. Again. This time she intends to succeed without ending up in his bed. They'll be stripped bare before the night is over...

30 review for Wild Men of Alaska

  1. 4 out of 5

    PJ

    3.50 Stars Audiobook Version Firstly, I loved the narrator. She had such a smooth, confident voice that she actually lulled me to sleep once or twice--which for this long-suffering insomniac was not a bad thing. Also, her ability to seamlessly switch between dual POVs came off as effortless. This was a box-set of four novellas by author Tiffinie Helmer featuring four very intense, Alaskan alpha males--an Alaskan State Trooper, a Wildlife Refuge Officer, a murdered mountain climber & an ex-KGB agent 3.50 Stars Audiobook Version Firstly, I loved the narrator. She had such a smooth, confident voice that she actually lulled me to sleep once or twice--which for this long-suffering insomniac was not a bad thing. Also, her ability to seamlessly switch between dual POVs came off as effortless. This was a box-set of four novellas by author Tiffinie Helmer featuring four very intense, Alaskan alpha males--an Alaskan State Trooper, a Wildlife Refuge Officer, a murdered mountain climber & an ex-KGB agent--all ready to find and claim their destined mates. Question is, are these women ready to be found and claimed? The stories were each well-thought out with well-developed characters, but they felt a bit rushed once the females admitted their feelings and then they ended somewhat abruptly. (Just saying, I'm a huge fan of Kristen Ashley and thought all of these stories could have used one of KAs signature Epilogues.) Still, overall I enjoyed these Alaska-based tales and would happily read more by Tiffinie Helmer.

  2. 5 out of 5

    S. Wideman

    A rather disappointing buy, sorry to say. I liked the second story, "Moosed Up", but not so much the rest. "Moosed Up" was the more believable story with the most plot. There was an antagonist, though he barely got in the way of the romance, a cast of characters, and a chance for the two main characters to get to know each other. The first story, "Impact" was not a story as far as I'm concerned. It was a scene out of a story. And it wasn't very believable. After crashing in Alaska, the hero and h A rather disappointing buy, sorry to say. I liked the second story, "Moosed Up", but not so much the rest. "Moosed Up" was the more believable story with the most plot. There was an antagonist, though he barely got in the way of the romance, a cast of characters, and a chance for the two main characters to get to know each other. The first story, "Impact" was not a story as far as I'm concerned. It was a scene out of a story. And it wasn't very believable. After crashing in Alaska, the hero and heroine are more interested in getting it on than the fact that there is a dead body with them, a blizzard is approaching, and one of them is injured. By the way, our heroine was not really injured in the crash. She had an inconvenient gash on her head, the hero broke his arm, but they weren't hurt in any way that would make sex impossible. I found that to be unbelievable. I'm sure if I were in a small plane that crashed, there would be a little more injury, and a worry about internal bleeding and some PTSD associated with it. When I read the opening, I honestly thought the action would take place at the wedding both were going to. While these two had a history together, their get-together felt more like a rebound relationship than anything that would last. After all, both admitted in the five years they've been apart, both were saving themselves because no one would compare to their lost love. As I said, "Moosed Up" was my favorite. The two characters had a chance to get to know each other. She gets to meet his family and develop a relationship that wasn't just all about sex. It was the only one that I felt really had a villain, though this villain didn't do anything to harm the relationship and only showed up at the end. And BW the Moose was a neat addition. It was the only one that felt like a real story to me. "Dreamweaver", the third story, was a great let down. I thought maybe the first one would be the only let down, but I was wrong. Again, there are the main characters who have no real chemistry as far as I could tell, no connection, and it was all about how fast the two of them could have sex. It wasn't about a relationship, but a one-night stand. I like, when I read romance, to feel that the hero and heroine have a staying power after I read "the end". Not so with this story. What do they know about each other? Not a whole lot beyond they want to have sex with each other. What stood in their way? Again, not a whole lot. He was dead and in Limbo, that was the problem. We all knew, before the end, there would be a way for them to be together. The ending felt tacked on. I can't really comment on the last story. I read most of the first chapter, skimmed through it, and deleted it from my kindle. It was, basically, a rehash of everything I was disliking about the rest of the stories. Girl and boy meet, instantly fall in love, and all plot revolves around them getting in bed as fast as possible and there is no believability of them staying together. Frankly, I would have loved to see "Moosed Up" as a longer book with more development, or have "Impact" be stretched to include more plot.

  3. 5 out of 5

    Malinda

    I'm listening to the audio version of this that has books 1-4 all done together. Book#1: Impact 3 stars Audio time: 0-2:05 This is a short story about 2 ex-lovers that get trapped together in a crashed plane during a storm in the wilds of Alaska. Wren and Skip grew up together and were each other's first loves. The full details are sketchy but it appears that certain things ended Wren on a path where she got hooked on drugs and Skip had to arrest her for her own good. I didn't have an issue with tha I'm listening to the audio version of this that has books 1-4 all done together. Book#1: Impact 3 stars Audio time: 0-2:05 This is a short story about 2 ex-lovers that get trapped together in a crashed plane during a storm in the wilds of Alaska. Wren and Skip grew up together and were each other's first loves. The full details are sketchy but it appears that certain things ended Wren on a path where she got hooked on drugs and Skip had to arrest her for her own good. I didn't have an issue with that but I did find it strange that he dropped out of her life for 5 years and thought it would be easy to get back in her life. There was a rather confusing mix of emotions and blame that Wren and Skip needed to work through. They don't get through them completely but they do realize what they've been missing enough that Skip and Wren are back together by the end of the story. This was an enjoyable story. Wren and Skip both seemed like good people but, TBH the story isn't long enough to get to know them very well (especially considering all the conflicting emotions that had to be dealt with). I think this would have been better if it had been a bit longer (to work through things a bit better) but overall is was a decent story and I'm reading book #2 in the series next. Book #2: Moosed Up 4 stars Audio time: 2:05-5:46 This was a very good story. I liked Eva and Lynx and their story was enjoyable with a bit of a surprise twist. Eva is a nurse practitioner. She had been in a happy relationship (or so she thought) but her life took an unexpected turn when she discovered her boyfriend in bed with her BFF. What was even more shocking for Eva is that her BFF is a gay man and now her (ex)boyfriend is living happily with her (ex)BFF. Eva needed a change so she moved to Alaska for a 2 year contract at a small clinic. Lynx is the law enforcement for the local Wildlife refuge in his town and he's also a vet. He grew up in Alaska and most of his family lives in the same town he does. Eva isn't in town too long before she gets lost in the woods near her house and gets chased by a Moose. She climbs a tree to get away from it and ends up attracting Lynx's attention. Lynx gets the Moose to leave her alone and then helps her with an injury she got from the tree. There's a strong attraction between them but there's also a certain amount of antagonism between them since Eva can be a bit bitchy when she's stressed/freaked and Lynx isn't very good with talking to women (at least it seems that way outside of sex). Regardless of his annoyance at this outsider, Lynx can't help but want her and feel the need to find out more about her. He manages to get Eva to agree to a date but unfortunately for both of them, things seem to keep going wrong in ways that makes Eva unsure of where she stands, if Lynx actually liked her or if he's really just a jerk. I liked Lynx and Eva together though and although the story is an insta-love, I felt enough of a connection with them that it worked for me. By the end, Lynx and Eva are pretty solidly together. When it ends there's still some things that need to be worked out but there's a confidence that they're good together and will do what's needed to ensure their HEA together. I enjoyed this story very much. Lynx and Eva were both likable characters. They had their issues getting together but I liked how they both worked towards it, even if sometimes haltingly. I actually was a bit surprised by what Lynx's secret ended up being (think Dr. Doolittle). Overall, I thought this was a very good story and I'd recommend it. :D Book #3: Dreamweaver 3.5-4 stars Audio time:5:46-10:19 This was a pretty good story. I liked both Gemma and Lucky. Their story was unusual but interesting. There is a bit of a love triangle but it all works out so it actually ends up being a good thing. Gemma is a nice lady that owns a book store in Alaska. She was raised there by her hippy parents. Her dad died when she was young and Gemma's mom was loony enough that Gemma became the adult of the relationship. Emma hasn't had much luck with men but has recently started having very intense sex-dreams with a guy she doesn't know. Lucky was a professional mountain climber and the type of guy who was always looking for the next adventure. He loved women but never found one he wanted to commit to. Lucky was killed and now languishes in Limbo. Lucky and Gemma were meant to be if Lucky hadn't been killed. When he ended up in Limbo he found his connection to earth only existed through Gemma. This connection was made stronger by the particularly strong northern lights displays going on right now. Lucky fell for Gemma as soon as he saw her and hasn't been able to move on from Limbo because of his connection to Gemma (and his longing to be near her). Gemma thinks she might be nuts with the dream lover thing and is even more worried when he mom starts talking about a dreamwalker trying to take her soul. Gemma is drawn to Lucky but he's not real (not real enough to have a relationship with at least) and she's really not sure what to do. Things get even more confused by the fact that she's just starting to see a guy she knows and the whole dream lover thing makes things that much more confusing. It also doesn't help when Gemma's BFF (for her own reasons which I found a bit disturbing) suddenly starts encouraging Gemma to be with Lucky when she had previously been discouraging her. I really wasn't too hot on the love triangle but it actually works out quite well when all is said and done. Gemma and Lucky made a good couple but there is a good amount of angst they have to deal with. Thankfully, there ends up being a way for things to work out for Lucky and Gemma and they end the story starting a HEA together. This was and enjoyable story. Gemma was a nice woman and I wanted her to get the man that was meant for her. Lucky was a bit cocky but nice and proved he wanted what was best for Gemma over his own needs which I loved. There were a couple points I wasn't thrilled with but overall I liked this story and am looking forward to reading the next story in the series. :) Book #4: Bearing All 4 stars Audio time:10:19-13:37 This was a very good story. I liked Sergei and Kate, although since the story begins with Kate trying to kill Sergei it's a bit difficult to see her likable features at first. Kate and Sergei have a convoluted past. She was an agent for the US and he was one for Russia and they got pitted against each other during a mission. They ended up sleeping together (which was part of both of their missions) but they didn't kill each other (which they were supposed to). Kate thought that Sergei was responsible for her partner's death (as well as for breaking her heart) and decided to hunt him down to kill him. After a couple years she finds him in Alaska and goes after him. Sergei knew that Kate would come for him...actually he counted on it. The way Sergei felt about Kate wasn't part of his mission and now he wants to see if they can be together. When she comes to kill him, Sergei manages to best Kate and subdue her (which isn't easy at all). Sergei tries talking to Kate but it's hard to get past her anger to make her realize some painful truths. The time that Kate and Sergei have together isn't easy but they can't deny their attraction for each other and Sergei doesn't want to...in fact he tries to fan the flames of Kate's attraction, hoping it can be something more. Sergei and Kate have to get through some things that are rough (especially for Kate) but they do manage to come through things alright and ready to start a HEA together. This was a very enjoyable story. I liked Sergei and Katre and they made a good pair (once they got past their past). The story could have been a bit longer but it's shortness wasn't really an issue. Overall, this was a very good story and I'd recommend it. :D * note - I listened to the audio version of this story and the narrator did a good job.

  4. 5 out of 5

    Janet Juengling-Snell

    Book One IMPACT I love stories about lovers who reunite for a second chance at love. And I love stories that take place in my home state of Alaska! With this short story by Tiffinie Helmer, I have both. When Wren Terni returns to her village for a wedding, the last person she wants to see is Alaska State trooper Skip Ozhuwan, the man who arrested and sent her to jail for 5 years. But as luck would have it, he is on the same small 3 seat plane as her. When they crash in the mountains, these two have Book One IMPACT I love stories about lovers who reunite for a second chance at love. And I love stories that take place in my home state of Alaska! With this short story by Tiffinie Helmer, I have both. When Wren Terni returns to her village for a wedding, the last person she wants to see is Alaska State trooper Skip Ozhuwan, the man who arrested and sent her to jail for 5 years. But as luck would have it, he is on the same small 3 seat plane as her. When they crash in the mountains, these two have to face each other and deal with their sordid past, or freeze to death. I LOVED the fact that Ms. Helmer does an amazing job of stay true to the reality of living in Alaska. I had to laugh at some of the lines, shaking my head and saying, yep, that’s Alaska. This was the first time I read anything written by Tiffinie Helmer, I was so impressed by the fact that this was a short story, 67 pages on my Nook, yet, it was so well written that I didn’t feel rushed or cheated. As soon as I was done with Impact, I immediately went to B&N and downloaded Moosed Up, the second book in the Wild Men of Alaska Series. Book Two Moose Up After reading Impact, the first book in this series, I had to follow up with Moosed Up! And I’m so glad I did. This book was hilariously witty!! I found myself either smiling or softly snickering while I was reading. The other thing that I noticed, while this was the 2nd book in the Wild Men of Alaska, these books a stand-alone books….the only thing that connects this series is the fact that they take place in Alaska and the men are smoking HOT!!! Same as the first book, Tiffinie Helmer ,once again captures the beauty of Alaska and her people. Only this time it’s with a big dash of humor and a touch of mystery. Eva and Lynx were both strong and very likable characters that you can’t help but fall in love with. The bantering between these two had the grinning ear from ear. And the chemistry, sizzling hot! Book Three Dreamweaver Living in Alaska for the past 16 years, I have had the pleasure for watching the Northern Light dancing outside my living room windows almost every winter and have heard the varies native legends connected to these beautiful displays. Now Tiffinie Helmer has written an equally wonderful story about one of these legends. Ms. Helmer, does a fantastic job of weaving the native folklore and a sweet love story. It has everything, it’s intense, it’s emotional, mystery, humor and it’s very sexy! As I was reading this story, I kept wondering how in the world could this have a HEA? I, for the life of me, couldn’t figure out how there could be one, but my hats off to Tiffine, she pulled it off! I highly recommend this novella! Side Note: Once again this 3rd book in the series can be read as a stand-alone Book Four Bearing All I love to read a good action romance and I adore stories about second chance love. Yet, I have seldom found them both in one book. I finally found one…. “Bearing All” as met all the requirements!!! Kate is one bad ass chick, I loved her combat moves as much as I loved watching Sergei take her down while trying not to hurt her! The chemistry between this two just sizzled off the pages! Tiffine did a wonderful job for slowly explaining their history as we were watching the present unfold. Just like the other 3 books in this series, you get a magnificent peek into the rugged Alaska terrain. This time Ms. Helmer just happened to pick the area by my favorite city in Alaska, Homer and in the winter. There couldn’t be a more magical place on earth! The mentioning of the Salty Dawg saloon had me jumping for joy! You can’t go to Homer and not visit the Salty Dawg, even if it’s just to get one of their hoodies. My whole family has one, in fact some have one in almost every color. I think that “Bearing All” is my favorite so far!! I look forward to more in this wonderful series and yes, I know that I’m bias, because I’m from Alaska!!

  5. 5 out of 5

    Dawn Sullivan

    Getting to read Tiffinie's books all in one with this bundle was such a treat. It spoiled me and now I want more more more. Getting to read each story, one after the other was beyond amazing. I can't decide which was my favorite because to be honest they all had something special about them. There was enough action, passion, love and smoking hot sex scenes in this bundle to burn my kindle up!! Each stories were very well written and unique. I truly loved this bundle!! Impact- Skip and Wren's sto Getting to read Tiffinie's books all in one with this bundle was such a treat. It spoiled me and now I want more more more. Getting to read each story, one after the other was beyond amazing. I can't decide which was my favorite because to be honest they all had something special about them. There was enough action, passion, love and smoking hot sex scenes in this bundle to burn my kindle up!! Each stories were very well written and unique. I truly loved this bundle!! Impact- Skip and Wren's story, This was the first book I read of Tiffinie's and it wont be the last. I truly enjoyed this story. It was very realistic and lovable. The whole story line was amazing. Both characters were unforgettable. Its a true love story and it melted me... Moosed up- Lynx and Eva's story, After reading Impact I had to continue reading Tiffinie's books. Tiffinie's writing makes me want to take a trip to Alaska to see all the wonderful things it has to offer that we get to read about in her books. The details are vivid, really making you feel as if you are in the story. Oh wow does the title fit this wonderful story. This story was packed with everything you could possibly want when reading romance. Smoking hot passion between Lynx and Eva. I loved how their relationship grew as the story went on. I had so many laugh out loud moments. This story had exciting twists that kept you wanting more. Lots of action, passion, love, emotion and plenty of laughs. A complete package. Tiffinie's men are to die for and her women are strong enough to stand beside their men. I loved this tale. Its a must read. Dreamweaver- Lucky and Gemma's story, This book was so very magical... I loved the story line. Tiffinie writes heart melting love stories. I can't get enough of this world Tiffinie has created. It's addicting and I want more. This story had plenty of smoking hot passion and lots of laughs. This one will stay with me forever! Bearing All- Sergei and Kate's story, Oh wow!!! So much action and passion in this love story. I loved the whole story line. Tiffinie has done it again and I am a fan. What is there not to love about being snowed in with a sexy man? LOL Oh boy this story was smoking hot I had to fan myself a few times... I sighed so much and even laughed. I love when I read a book and I get physical reactions from the story. Now I want more of the yummy men and kick ass women she writes. Please write more :)

  6. 5 out of 5

    Katrina

    This set of fab books is like icing on a cake !! Delightful, decadent and hard to put down ! I've read them all and enjoyed them immensily ! I read these books in almost one sitting; I was hooked within the first pages till I had turned the last page. Tiffinie Helmer always captivates me with her writing, her stories are always unique, well detailed and easily envisaged and I immensely enjoy the characters that she scripts. Her settings that her stories are set in, are to die for,and as a reader I This set of fab books is like icing on a cake !! Delightful, decadent and hard to put down ! I've read them all and enjoyed them immensily ! I read these books in almost one sitting; I was hooked within the first pages till I had turned the last page. Tiffinie Helmer always captivates me with her writing, her stories are always unique, well detailed and easily envisaged and I immensely enjoy the characters that she scripts. Her settings that her stories are set in, are to die for,and as a reader I can envisage every detail that she scribes within these pages. You are certainly taken to another place whilst reading her stories. Whether they be action packed, adventerous, romantic or down right funny at times you will feel as though you are in the story itself . I am always able to connect with the characters and submerge myself within the story, something that for me is important when reading. We have action,adventure,romance, a few good laughs, and storylines that will have you wanting more and even searching out your own 007 !! lol. An author whom I will follow with each and every new story and adventure!

  7. 4 out of 5

    Dawn Gregory

    4 amazing story's in this boxed "Wild Men of Alaska" set. Impact - Skip and Wren are hot together. The hardships they endured and be able to have love push that aside so they can work through it all. Moosed-up - Super fun and sexy story. And I think all of us can say getting Moosed Up is one heck of a thing. Eva and Lynx are pure chemistry together. Even heart broken Eva is such a strong person. Dream Weaver - This story was a bit para-normal but was still a great read. Gemma and Lucky were a gre 4 amazing story's in this boxed "Wild Men of Alaska" set. Impact - Skip and Wren are hot together. The hardships they endured and be able to have love push that aside so they can work through it all. Moosed-up - Super fun and sexy story. And I think all of us can say getting Moosed Up is one heck of a thing. Eva and Lynx are pure chemistry together. Even heart broken Eva is such a strong person. Dream Weaver - This story was a bit para-normal but was still a great read. Gemma and Lucky were a great storyline couple you could not help but want them to be together in the end. Bearing All - Kate comes in and plans to eliminate Sergei, unknowing that Sergei has plans for Kate she is unaware of. Hot sexy Russian Sergei is a woman's dream. Loved the story and the conflict between the two of them. All 4 books are great stories in the "Wild Men of Alaska" boxed set.

  8. 4 out of 5

    Barbara Witek

    I can't say enough about Helmer's Wild Men of Alaska! I started these books as individual e-reads, and was thrilled when they came out in a print volume! Helmer does an excellent job with setting details and her heroes are simply...... let's just say they grow em extremely hunky in Alaska! I have her latest books in my TBR pile and I'm looking forward to more of whatever Helmer writes! I can't say enough about Helmer's Wild Men of Alaska! I started these books as individual e-reads, and was thrilled when they came out in a print volume! Helmer does an excellent job with setting details and her heroes are simply...... let's just say they grow em extremely hunky in Alaska! I have her latest books in my TBR pile and I'm looking forward to more of whatever Helmer writes!

  9. 4 out of 5

    Delta

    I really enjoyed the first two stories of this anthology (Impact and Moosed Up), both of which I would rate at 3.5 stars. The last two stories were not my cup of tea, but the first two more than make this anthology worth it.

  10. 4 out of 5

    Sandy

    Great collection This is a varied collection of novellas, each set in that different part of Alaska and each featuring a different set of characters. You will meet a recovering addict and a cop, a veterinarian native and a greenhouse, an ethereal spirit and a pragmatic bookseller and a couple of Russian spies. They are generally likeable and strong, and while the stories are novellas so pretty short and not complicated are entertaining and varied.

  11. 5 out of 5

    Carol Sandford

    Nice foursome Four very nice, very different, and very sexy stories. Loved the settings and scenarios. I loved all the characters, even the third 'other worldly' story which was a surprise. I love Alaska 😘 Nice foursome Four very nice, very different, and very sexy stories. Loved the settings and scenarios. I loved all the characters, even the third 'other worldly' story which was a surprise. I love Alaska 😘

  12. 5 out of 5

    Laura Baird

    Great reads filled with humor, emotion, and sexy romance. Descriptive and captivating.

  13. 5 out of 5

    Donna

    Interesting and entertaining set of books. Enjoyed the humour in the second story, the premise of the third, and the suspense in the fourth. Will definitely read more books by this author.

  14. 5 out of 5

    Romance

    First 2 are not that good (caused the drop in rating) but the last 2 stories are definitely worth the read.

  15. 4 out of 5

    Julia Gulley

    There were several stories that I would love to know more about and was really frustrated with just the short glimpse we received.

  16. 4 out of 5

    Book lover

    I listened to this book in audiobook format.

  17. 5 out of 5

    Rose

    Not that great.

  18. 5 out of 5

    Hollie

    I made it through 3 out of 4 books but could not make myself continue - Awful I really hate writing bad reviews. But here's is the thing......... I paid $7.99 for this "4 book bundle" (it sounds like a lot of books, but in reality all 4 books total 428 pages). I only made it through book 3. I could not even continue onto book 4. Each page was d_mn near cringe inducing for me personally. I'm a bit disappointed in myself because I tend to read samples before purchasing books, but the synopsis sold I made it through 3 out of 4 books but could not make myself continue - Awful I really hate writing bad reviews. But here's is the thing......... I paid $7.99 for this "4 book bundle" (it sounds like a lot of books, but in reality all 4 books total 428 pages). I only made it through book 3. I could not even continue onto book 4. Each page was d_mn near cringe inducing for me personally. I'm a bit disappointed in myself because I tend to read samples before purchasing books, but the synopsis sold me on this........lesson learned. It doesn’t take long to realize how terrible the story quality is. I would say the first book was the best (which doesn’t say much) and they seemed to steadily get worse. The scenarios were so far-fetched and ridiculous. I read a ton, but never a book with such an extreme case of "insta-love" and each of the books were consistent in that aspect. They meet, they are ready to get it on, and then they are immediately in love and live happily ever after. It was just bad. No story depth or character development. There was really nothing about this series I enjoyed. I wouldn’t recommend it if it was free. Again, I really hate writing a bad review, and I'm sorry if it's offensive to anyone. I honestly am not a b_tch but $7.99 is a lot to pay for 428 pages; especially when the stories are just absolutely preposterous. I wanted to spare other readers what I endured here. I wouldn’t recommend this even as a freebie :(

  19. 5 out of 5

    Kay Bolton

    There's nothing I enjoy more, especially when I'm feeling a wee bit down that a whole pack of seriously sexy men ... especially when they are holed up in Alaska .... just think of those long nights! Other than the (almost obligatory for ebooks) typographical and grammatical error this was actually really well written, and enjoyed very much. In order of preference for this four book bundle, my vote would be Moosed Up (Book 2); Impact (Book1) and Dreamweaver (Book 3) as joint second, and then Bearin There's nothing I enjoy more, especially when I'm feeling a wee bit down that a whole pack of seriously sexy men ... especially when they are holed up in Alaska .... just think of those long nights! Other than the (almost obligatory for ebooks) typographical and grammatical error this was actually really well written, and enjoyed very much. In order of preference for this four book bundle, my vote would be Moosed Up (Book 2); Impact (Book1) and Dreamweaver (Book 3) as joint second, and then Bearing All (Book 4) coming in third place - not that there was anything wrong with it. Little sprinkles of humour throughout, they just of sneaked in here and there, which is always the sign of a well written piece of fiction. For all you romance readers out there, I can heartily recommend this 4 star book. One can certainly understand by Tiffinie Helmer is an award winner, I will certainly be keeping an eye out for more of her excellent writing.

  20. 5 out of 5

    Sandy

    Of the four stories, Moosed Up is my favorite. Dreamweaver is another good and interesting story. Impact is fun to read with a lot of humor, despite it being very short. Bearing All is my least favorite with too much action for my taste. but the plot twist saves the story. In Moosed Up, it's very interesting to read about small town Alaska with detailed description of beautiful scenery. The story of how H and h meet, their banters and their interactions are like in romantic comedy movies. My favo Of the four stories, Moosed Up is my favorite. Dreamweaver is another good and interesting story. Impact is fun to read with a lot of humor, despite it being very short. Bearing All is my least favorite with too much action for my taste. but the plot twist saves the story. In Moosed Up, it's very interesting to read about small town Alaska with detailed description of beautiful scenery. The story of how H and h meet, their banters and their interactions are like in romantic comedy movies. My favorite one is the lace bra hanging from antlers scene. Dreamweaver is related to local believes. At first, they are a bit too long and too dramatic for my taste. However, the ending got me. I like how the story resolves.

  21. 5 out of 5

    Kat Morrisey

    This was a sweet and sexy collection of four short stories. I was really impressed with the way the author was able to create characters in such a short period of time and give a believable HEA for each of the stories. I can't decide which one is my fave but the second one had me laughing out loud in several parts (the moose was hysterical), and the third story, with it's paranormal twist was hot and I loved how the ending turned out. (Though, poor Cub! :( ). The first story would have been bett This was a sweet and sexy collection of four short stories. I was really impressed with the way the author was able to create characters in such a short period of time and give a believable HEA for each of the stories. I can't decide which one is my fave but the second one had me laughing out loud in several parts (the moose was hysterical), and the third story, with it's paranormal twist was hot and I loved how the ending turned out. (Though, poor Cub! :( ). The first story would have been better if longer given the intense back story between the two, but it still worked and was a good intro to the Wild Men of Alaska.

  22. 5 out of 5

    Amanda

    A fun set of quick, entertaining reads that I grabbed after seeing it on Book Bub. This was my introduction to Tiffinie Helmer's books, and I had to grab the first of her Romance on the Edge novels Edge based on the teaser at the end of this set. I'm really enjoying the characters and stories she's created, and the wild Alaskan backdrop makes for lots of fun. A fun set of quick, entertaining reads that I grabbed after seeing it on Book Bub. This was my introduction to Tiffinie Helmer's books, and I had to grab the first of her Romance on the Edge novels Edge based on the teaser at the end of this set. I'm really enjoying the characters and stories she's created, and the wild Alaskan backdrop makes for lots of fun.

  23. 4 out of 5

    Sandra Edwards

    Wild Men Of Alaska by Tiffinie Helmer Thursday, February 19, 2015 The story had all of the characteristics that I like to discover when finding a good book to read: • One or more HOT alpha males • Interesting characters • Good backup characters • Hot chemistry between heroine/hero • Entertaining story lines • Unique situations • Danger • Secrets • Action • Drama • Suspense • Romance • Intrigue I would highly recommended these stories (personal favorite was Dreamweaver). I would like to read more stories by this Wild Men Of Alaska by Tiffinie Helmer Thursday, February 19, 2015 The story had all of the characteristics that I like to discover when finding a good book to read: • One or more HOT alpha males • Interesting characters • Good backup characters • Hot chemistry between heroine/hero • Entertaining story lines • Unique situations • Danger • Secrets • Action • Drama • Suspense • Romance • Intrigue I would highly recommended these stories (personal favorite was Dreamweaver). I would like to read more stories by this author.

  24. 4 out of 5

    Rosanna Castillo

    Truly enjoyable 4 book bundle. Each takes place in Alaska & the author describes the scenery so well you can picture yourself there. Each story is intriguing with a whole lot of passion & hot sexy men. Love, laughter, chemistry, paranormal, action, adventure, danger, suspense & of course romance makes it hard to put the books down.

  25. 5 out of 5

    Sue Parker

    I enjoyed these books. Some were a little far fetched but that's why it's called fiction right? My favorite character had to be BW. Short for Bullwinkle. Too funny just the thought of him wandering they town with a bra stuck on his antlers! I also loved the spy vs spy concept in the fourth book. I enjoyed these books. Some were a little far fetched but that's why it's called fiction right? My favorite character had to be BW. Short for Bullwinkle. Too funny just the thought of him wandering they town with a bra stuck on his antlers! I also loved the spy vs spy concept in the fourth book.

  26. 5 out of 5

    Anna

    Quite enjoyed these short stories. Quite an interesting mix considering they are in an anthology together. The only real connection between the stories is Alaska. Still, a lot of hot and sexy loving, good romance and a bit of spiritual mumbo jumbo to round it off. Four nice, quick and easy reads to make a weekend go by a bit faster.

  27. 4 out of 5

    D.R.Slater

    Alaska await you with wild hunky man Wild and moving storyline in all five novels. My first Alaskan read looking for more romantic adventures . Funny and warm with twists and turns that captures your romantic interests. A change from the hundreds of novels I've read about highlander,ops and vamps. Alaska await you with wild hunky man Wild and moving storyline in all five novels. My first Alaskan read looking for more romantic adventures . Funny and warm with twists and turns that captures your romantic interests. A change from the hundreds of novels I've read about highlander,ops and vamps.

  28. 4 out of 5

    ✿✿Tammy Barton

    I really enjoyed all 4 books but I do have a favorite and that's without a doubt a tie between Moosed up and Bearing all!! Keep the books coming I will definitely be reading all the books from this author! Recommended reads! I really enjoyed all 4 books but I do have a favorite and that's without a doubt a tie between Moosed up and Bearing all!! Keep the books coming I will definitely be reading all the books from this author! Recommended reads!

  29. 5 out of 5

    Moira

    Short novellas in a multi-book set for my ereader. The first and second stories were pretty good but the third and fourth left a lot to be desired. I would read them separately as Moosed Up and Impact were okay but would skip Dreamweaver and Bearing All.

  30. 5 out of 5

    Heidi R.

    Light racey reads... These four stories were fun to read and pack a bit of heat in each of them...well worth purchasing them in a bundle.

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