Bea isn’t comfortable with alpha men. Dink has a thing for redheads, he loves Bea’s hair.
Her first impression of the man proved wrong. He’s a pushy know-it-all and mean to her cat. Felix means a lot to Bea. No one hurts her kitty. Bea won’t take a chance on some shaved-head jerk, no matter how well he cooks.
On the run for years, Dink shouldn’t have let his friendship with Destry keep him from moving on. Now he’s in Anchorage with his best friend, trying to protect the kid’s mom. The receptionist is a temptation, and he’s willing to give in. Dink must face the enemy. A redhead got him into this mess. Can he get out for another one?