Bangor, ME, April 28, 2007 --(PR.com
)-- Carol McPhee has written a story with the Maritime flavor of her homeland. The salty tang of the setting’s sea-air is strong enough for the reader to taste. Intriguing, windswept coves and isolated beaches furnish a backdrop for suspense that will send the reader into a world of adventure and romance.
Greg Sanders is a lobster fisherman with issues of his own and he treasures his privacy. When his new neighbor takes off after his dog she crosses a boundary he will not tolerate. His anger and quick response take him to her cottage--an action that will cause more trouble than he ever dreamed and will place his life on the line.
Mauri Ripley has finally found safety for herself and her son in Maine. Her disfigured cheek will keep men at bay and without distractions she can rekindle Sam’s spirit and in the process gift a lift to her own sad state of affairs. The only trouble spot in this ordered life is the nosy neighbor and his dog, both of whom seem determined to invade her privacy. Clashing tempers override deepening desires and send Mauri’s world into a tizzy, thwarting her goals and endangering all she holds dear.
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