Image of All That You Are


Image of All That You Are

If you like your romance with characters as real and as clear as the Alaska sky, you are in for a treat. Set in Ketchikan, this book reads like a look through your favorite photo album, where you want to linger over the story in each frame. Settle in and try to make it last.

Danalee Jackson runs the Blue Note, her late father's jazz bar, balancing her job and single motherhood as best she can. It's not easy, but she knows she will never leave this place, where she grew up and still feels close to those she lost. Even if the life she's made here doesn't include a happily ever after, that's the way things go.

Mark Moretti has always worked for his family's construction firm, but the last job, which had to be finished while he mourned his father, just about burned him out. He has decided that an extended fishing trip is the perfect way to clear his mind and help him decide what he really wants to do with the rest of his life. He never thought that a beautiful woman, a gap-toothed boy and a small rainy town would catch his heart and make him want more than just to get away for a while. (HQN, Oct., 384 pp., $7.99)
Reviewed by: 
Bunny Callahan