Big Love in a Small Town
It takes a special kind of woman to step into her father's shoes and run a multinational conservancy at the age of twenty-six, but Sierra Montgomery has done just that. A trip to the outskirts of Cancun, Mexico, lands her in the middle of a rundown hostel and its adjoining animal sanctuary, a place that her father supported privately for years before his death. Sierra's intent to find out why the sanctuary wasn't eligible for official funding from the conservancy and to withdraw funding from her own pocket is met head-on by the tenacious owner, Jonathan Cavner. After a week of tense discussions about the future of his work, they part angrily with no intention of ever laying eyes on one another again. When thieves attack and injure Sierra on her way back to Cancun, Jonathan comes to her rescue. Forced temporarily into his care, she soon finds herself falling head over heels in love with this magical place, the beautiful creatures that call it home, and the selfless man by her side.
- Paperback | 121 pages
- 127 x 203.2 x 8.38mm | 199.58g
- 13 Feb 2015
- Createspace Independent Publishing Platform
- United States
- black & white illustrations
About Kate Goldman
In childhood I observed a huge love between my mother and father and promised myself that one day I would meet a man whom I would fall in love with head over heels. At the age of 16, I wrote my first romance story that was published in a student magazine and was read by my entire neighborhood. I enjoy writing romance stories that readers can turn into captivating imaginary movies where characters fall in love, overcome difficult obstacles, and participate in best adventures of their lives. Most of the time you can find me reading a great fiction book in a cozy armchair, writing a romance story in a hammock near the ocean, or traveling around the world with my beloved husband.