SHE'S THE ONE
SHE'S THE ONE (4) by Kay Stockham: When travel writer Alexandra Tulane visits an Alaskan lodge for an assignment, she meets writer Dylan Bower, who's hiding out at his father's lodge after the death of his wife in a fire, amid accusations of murder. Determined to keep both his young son Colt and himself safe, Dylan has been living at the lodge for close to two years, rejecting nearly all contact with the outside world. Although in love with Dylan, Alex refuses to enable his desire to hide away. Dylan and Alex's feelings and motivations ring true. Stockham's well-drawn characters have much that appeals, and her excellent description gives readers a bird's-eye view of Alaska.