Florida: Four Inspiring Love Stories from the Sunshine State
Barbour Pub Incorporated
, Apr 1, 2001
- 464 pages
It wouldn't be Florida without sun, surf, and sand, and you'll experience it all through the eyes of both natives and tourists in these heartwarming novels from the Sunshine State. Start your journey with Eileen M. Berger and A Place to Call Home. Travel with Tess and Pete, northerners visiting Dade County to help rebuild homes after a devastating hurricane. Though they are happy to respond to the call for aid, career obligations distract them. Could these outside motivations sabotage a blossoming love? Hurricane force winds blow again in What Love Remembers by Muncy G. Chapman. Summering in the barrier islands, Kristin Kelly has a mission: to help Wes Bradley's daughter through the grief of losing her mother. For the sake of the child, Kristin must smother her attraction to the girl's father...but for how long? Another child needs a friend in Summer Place by Peggy Darty. Television reporter Mary Kate Moore wants to help, but she is the one responsible for sending the girl into a panic - by splashing her father's face on the evening news. How far will Mary Kate be willing to go to uncover the truth behind Blake Taylor's arrest? Misunderstandings surface in Steven Papuchis's Treasure of the Keys, when Ann Langley comes to Key West to oversee a condo development project. She is drawn to local scuba diver and treasure hunter Nick Carmichael - but why is he so opposed to her company's idea of progress? Experience both stormy relationships and the warm rays of love in Florida. Be reminded that God works all things for good for those who place their trust in Him and that He can overcome any challenge of our fast-paced, modern world.