An environmental crisis is the last thing clean-water crusader Eve Jackson expected in her hometown. She's used to taking on powerful DC politicians in her fight, but when a baby in Safe Harbor, Florida, shows mysterious signs of possible poisoning,...
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An environmental crisis is the last thing clean-water crusader Eve Jackson expected in her hometown. She's used to taking on powerful DC politicians in her fight, but when a baby in Safe Harbor, Florida, shows mysterious signs of possible poisoning, the danger hits painfully close to home, stirring memories of her own mother's death. Eve's search leads her to the Sutton Ranch, now run by her high school crush, Cole. Focused on keeping the family business afloat as a series of deformed calves are born to his herd, Cole has no time for Eve's crusade. But as her unwelcome questioning ostracizes her from locals, Cole's irritation turns to intrigue-about the source of the poisoned water and the tenacious, loyal, and passionate woman determined to help. As Eve digs deeper into Cole's operation, she sees her suspicion of Sutton Ranch may be misplaced. Yet she can't shake the feeling that his ranch, and perhaps his past, hold the answers she seeks. When the sabotage escalates, the two must work together to uncover the culprit-if they can survive the investigation.
Author Connie Mann lives in Central Florida and offers encouragement and inspiration on her blog: www.BusyWomenBigDreams.com. Her romantic suspense novel, TRAPPED! showcased a gator-trapping heroine, while a trip to her father s native Brazil provided the inspiration for Angel Falls. The screenplay for her romantic comedy, Catch of a Lifetime, was made into a feature-length film. Connie is a member of Romance Writers of America, Volusia County Romance Writers, Central Florida Romance Writers and Faith, Hope and Love, RWA s inspirational chapter. Connie is also the author of Parenting in the Ho