In this article, the analytical solution of the 2D problem for cracked thermoelastic fiber-reinforced anisotropic material is investigated. The boundary of the crack is due to a prescribed temperature and stress distribution. In the case of one relaxation time, the generalized thermoelastic theory has been employed. In the transformed domain using exponential Fourier and Laplace transformations, the eigenvalues approach are used to obtain the analytical solutions. The inverse of Fourier transform has been obtained analytically. Comparisons with expected results by the absence and presence of reinforcement have been presented. Results were verified numerically and are represented graphically.