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The truth always surfaces. When a small bush plane smashes through the ice at Falls Lake Lodge, it's a chilling reminder of everything Megan Metzler has lost. Three years ago, Meg's pilot husband died in a similar crash, a tragedy Meg and her young son, Chip, have struggled to move on from. Still, Meg does everything she can to assist when Commander Bryce Saylor arrives The truth always surfaces. When a small bush plane smashes through the ice at Falls Lake Lodge, it's a chilling reminder of everything Megan Metzler has lost. Three years ago, Meg's pilot husband died in a similar crash, a tragedy Meg and her young son, Chip, have struggled to move on from. Still, Meg does everything she can to assist when Commander Bryce Saylor arrives to investigate, even as working alongside the handsome pilot stirs up painful memories--and an attraction that catches them both off guard. Bryce knows time is of the essence as he plunges into the frigid water in search of clues. But when vital evidence is destroyed, it soon becomes clear this downed plane was no accident. With someone tracking them from the woods, Meg and Bryce must race to unravel a mystery as indomitable as the Alaskan wilderness, or they might be the next victims to crash and burn... An Alaska Wild Novel Book 1: Deep in the Alaskan Woods Book 2: Under the Alaskan Ice


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The truth always surfaces. When a small bush plane smashes through the ice at Falls Lake Lodge, it's a chilling reminder of everything Megan Metzler has lost. Three years ago, Meg's pilot husband died in a similar crash, a tragedy Meg and her young son, Chip, have struggled to move on from. Still, Meg does everything she can to assist when Commander Bryce Saylor arrives The truth always surfaces. When a small bush plane smashes through the ice at Falls Lake Lodge, it's a chilling reminder of everything Megan Metzler has lost. Three years ago, Meg's pilot husband died in a similar crash, a tragedy Meg and her young son, Chip, have struggled to move on from. Still, Meg does everything she can to assist when Commander Bryce Saylor arrives to investigate, even as working alongside the handsome pilot stirs up painful memories--and an attraction that catches them both off guard. Bryce knows time is of the essence as he plunges into the frigid water in search of clues. But when vital evidence is destroyed, it soon becomes clear this downed plane was no accident. With someone tracking them from the woods, Meg and Bryce must race to unravel a mystery as indomitable as the Alaskan wilderness, or they might be the next victims to crash and burn... An Alaska Wild Novel Book 1: Deep in the Alaskan Woods Book 2: Under the Alaskan Ice

30 review for Under the Alaskan Ice

  1. 4 out of 5

    Harlequin Books

    Categories Contemporary Romance, Suspense, Romantic Suspense Miniseries An Alaska Wild Novel (Book #2)

  2. 4 out of 5

    Kathleen Gray

    Meg and her young son Chip are walking off their Thanksgiving dinner when they see a small plane spiral down through the ice of Fall Lake, Alaska. She's quick to call for help, which arrives in the form not only of first responders but also Bryce, who works for a mysterious Big Man and the NTSB. Meg's a widow, whose much loved bush pilot husband died in a crash; she now lives and works with her twin sister at the lodge they own. Who was the pilot and what was he carrying? And who is the man in t Meg and her young son Chip are walking off their Thanksgiving dinner when they see a small plane spiral down through the ice of Fall Lake, Alaska. She's quick to call for help, which arrives in the form not only of first responders but also Bryce, who works for a mysterious Big Man and the NTSB. Meg's a widow, whose much loved bush pilot husband died in a crash; she now lives and works with her twin sister at the lodge they own. Who was the pilot and what was he carrying? And who is the man in the white blanket? The mystery gets a tad convoluted (in fact, some of it doesn't make a whole lot of sense) but the relationship between Meg and Bryce is nicely captured with a little (not a lot of) steam thrown in. I'm a sucker for an Alaskan setting and this one filled the bill. This is the second in a series but its fine as a standalone. Thanks to Edelweiss for the ARC. A quick entertaining read.

  3. 4 out of 5

    Beth

    Actually, I didn't finish this one. I was attracted to the premise of the mysterious unmarked private plane that crashes into a frozen Alaskan lake. What I didn't realize, though, was this mystery had a heavy romance factor. That in and of itself would have been okay, but I had problems with the writing/style. My primary issue was the number of times the author asks the questions that should be left up to the engaged reader. For example, Harper has one of the characters think through a long list o Actually, I didn't finish this one. I was attracted to the premise of the mysterious unmarked private plane that crashes into a frozen Alaskan lake. What I didn't realize, though, was this mystery had a heavy romance factor. That in and of itself would have been okay, but I had problems with the writing/style. My primary issue was the number of times the author asks the questions that should be left up to the engaged reader. For example, Harper has one of the characters think through a long list of questions about the plane: Why did it crash? Why now? Why here? and so on. The plotting should have made me ask those questions without the prompting. This happens more than once. Eventually, I put the book aside. In addition, the young child was little too precocious for my tastes. I'm a mystery fan and love an Alaskan setting, but this one just didn't click with me. Thanks to the publishers for audio and digital review copies.

  4. 5 out of 5

    Barry Martin Vass

    On Thanksgiving Day, young widowed mother Meg Metzler and her six-year-old son are walking around a remote Alaskan lake, trying to burn off some calories, when a small plane loses power and crashes into the lake ice right in front of them. Stunned, Meg dials 911 and reports the incident, and the operator dispatches an NTSB pilot and diver, Bryce Saylor, to take charge of the situation. Investigating further, and dry diving in the frozen lake, Bryce discovers that the plane has no markings or oth On Thanksgiving Day, young widowed mother Meg Metzler and her six-year-old son are walking around a remote Alaskan lake, trying to burn off some calories, when a small plane loses power and crashes into the lake ice right in front of them. Stunned, Meg dials 911 and reports the incident, and the operator dispatches an NTSB pilot and diver, Bryce Saylor, to take charge of the situation. Investigating further, and dry diving in the frozen lake, Bryce discovers that the plane has no markings or other identification, as required by law, and the pilot is similarly missing any forms of ID. What's going on? Author Karen Harper has created an involving mystery here, with a mysterious branch of the NTSB investigating missing gold and jewels from the Confederacy in the Alaskan wilderness. A fun read!

  5. 4 out of 5

    Darla Taylor

    When Megan Metzler and her son witness a small airplane crash through the ice of a lake at Falls Lake Lodge, she has no idea how complicated and dangerous things will become. Commander Bryce Saylor is sent to investigate the crash and recover the pilot. As Megan helps Bryce with his investigation, she faces the danger head on. Both the danger from the investigation and the danger of losing her heart are in play. This is the second book in the series and I really enjoyed it. It's well-written with When Megan Metzler and her son witness a small airplane crash through the ice of a lake at Falls Lake Lodge, she has no idea how complicated and dangerous things will become. Commander Bryce Saylor is sent to investigate the crash and recover the pilot. As Megan helps Bryce with his investigation, she faces the danger head on. Both the danger from the investigation and the danger of losing her heart are in play. This is the second book in the series and I really enjoyed it. It's well-written with wonderful characters and it will keep you on the edge of your seat. Full of action, intrigue, and suspense, this book pulled me in from the start and kept me hooked until the end. I'm looking forward to the next book. I highly recommend both book and series which I suggest you read in order for the most enjoyment and benefit.

  6. 4 out of 5

    Miriam

    Karen Harper mastered the art of mystery - thrillers with a romantic twist. This one comes with chilling temps, icy water diving, and a plane crash through a frozen lake. As luck would have it, the plane and its deceased pilot carry no identification and a mysterious cargo. Both lead to secret investigations by NSTB. Add a plot to foil the investigation, some bombs, and arson, and you have a mystery/thriller. Pacing, plot, and scene were Karen’s go-to tools for crafting an intense story. “Under t Karen Harper mastered the art of mystery - thrillers with a romantic twist. This one comes with chilling temps, icy water diving, and a plane crash through a frozen lake. As luck would have it, the plane and its deceased pilot carry no identification and a mysterious cargo. Both lead to secret investigations by NSTB. Add a plot to foil the investigation, some bombs, and arson, and you have a mystery/thriller. Pacing, plot, and scene were Karen’s go-to tools for crafting an intense story. “Under the Alaskan Ice” has all that and more. Sadly, Karen Harper died in April from complications from COVID-19. How I wish she’d written more books in this series. For a different review, see the Ohioana Library Association Quarterly http://www.ohioana.org

  7. 4 out of 5

    Peggy

    Interesting story about Civil and old jewelry, I enjoyed the characters and being in Alaska since I lived there for 3 yrs and remember things that was talked about in the book. I wasn't much with all the romance in the story, it seemed like a lot, but I will read Karen Harper again. Interesting story about Civil and old jewelry, I enjoyed the characters and being in Alaska since I lived there for 3 yrs and remember things that was talked about in the book. I wasn't much with all the romance in the story, it seemed like a lot, but I will read Karen Harper again.

  8. 4 out of 5

    Kathy Schouten

    3.5. I chose this book because it was set in Alaska and enjoyed that aspect. The story was solid and I liked the mystery and the following of clues to the final conclusion. The romance was ok, a little too “love at first sight”, but I enjoyed the book.

  9. 5 out of 5

    Deb Leonard

    Loved the plot with the confederate gold but the love story fell flat. Dialogue was corny and seemed contrived. No chemistry between the two lovers and could have cared less if they ended up together or not. Not one of my favorites.

  10. 5 out of 5

    Vanessa

    I was left Rather confused by this plot. Whilst I liked the characters the underlying story was extremely far fetched.

  11. 4 out of 5

    Pcox

    Easy and peasant. Not into the romantic plot, too contrived, but the rest especially the setting was a nice distraction.

  12. 4 out of 5

    Mary

    Good romantic suspense novel. I liked reading about places in AK that I have been to.

  13. 5 out of 5

    Lottie

    Very good book!!!

  14. 5 out of 5

    Becky Barker

    Intriguing opening scene and concept! Romantic suspense spinoff of Deep In the Alaskan Woods. Great characterization.

  15. 5 out of 5

    Kathy Spencer

    I was hoping there was another book, so lets hope there is, I love this series...good reading

  16. 4 out of 5

    Jennifer Neckermann

  17. 5 out of 5

    Donna

  18. 4 out of 5

    Rhonda

  19. 4 out of 5

    louise belliveau

  20. 5 out of 5

    Judy Crudele

  21. 4 out of 5

    Megan Lierman

  22. 5 out of 5

    Katrina

  23. 4 out of 5

    Jerilynn

  24. 4 out of 5

    Alison Murray

  25. 4 out of 5

    Lynette

  26. 4 out of 5

    betty catanese

  27. 5 out of 5

    Sfoell

  28. 4 out of 5

    Susan Harang

  29. 4 out of 5

    Linda

  30. 4 out of 5

    Karina Woods

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