by Robbi McCoy
When photo-journalist Kelly Sheffield is offered the chance to travel to Greenland for coverage of American science teams, she grabs it. Not only is it a dream assignment, it also means she’ll have a chance to reconnect with the compelling Jordan Westgate, the glaciologist studying the melting ice cap.
Jordan hasn’t forgotten Kelly, nor has she forgotten that she’d found it hard, all those years ago, to firmly reject the inappropriate overtures from a student. This Kelly—self-assured, successful, and even more attractive—is a threat to Jordan’s equilibrium, something she simply can’t allow.
Kelly finds the frozen landscape a match for Jordan’s chilly attitude. But Greenland is a surprising land of beauty and danger where even the iciest heart can melt.
From the award-winning author of Not Every River and Spring Tide.
McCoy has given us a richly drawn land and presented us with a history of the native peoples in a clever, creative manner... The glacier is melting and it's debatable whether or not Jordan and Kelly's hearts will melt and meld together. Melt is a romance told in true Robbi McCoy page-turning fashion. She gives us beautiful vistas of a remote land and a historical perspective to delight and entertain, teaching us along the way.
A beautifully written page turner from start to finish... Yet another winner from Robbi McCoy... The scenic descriptions of Greenland were so well written, they had me shivering and reaching for a jacket. I was transported in amongst the characters and living the story with them.