Midnight Sun is the first in the Sinclair Sisters Trilogy featuring three sisters, Hope, Charity and Patience.
All of them vow to have at least one adventure in their life before settling down.
In New York, Charity was an editor for a well-known publisher. She quits her job, breaks up with her boyfriend and starts her adventure to the Yukon, the new Gold Rush in the Twenty-First Century. She buys a cabin, complete with mining equipment, in Dead Horse Creek - via the Internet, leases her apartment to her sister and leaves for Alaska. Although the cabin she bought isnít in good condition and needs some reconstruction, it doesnít discourage Charityís gold panning plan. She employs two laborers to work on her little plant and enjoys every minute of it.
Call Hawkins has been living alone in Dead Horse Creek since the death of his wife and daughter. He loves his quiet and private life until the arrival of his new neighbor. The last thing he wants is someone stubbornly independent and beautiful like Charity to complicate his life. He wants her to sell him her cabin and go home. Of course, Charity refuses and Call tries hard to discourage her but ends up rescuing her every time she gets into trouble.
In Midnight Sun, the spark between the hero and heroine starts right from the moment they meet. Once again, Ms Martin has created a perfect match in her tale. Although Midnight Sun is categorized as a romantic suspense, the suspense didnít start until the later part of the story. Overall, Midnight Sun is a fast paced, well-plotted romance with breathtaking scenery and romantic moments. Another enjoyable read from Ms Martin that you wonít want to miss.