Civic-minded Dr Julia Huerta has
made another in her long string of her philanthropic missions
for providing medical help in an inaccessible area when a extensive
storm requires her private plane to be landed on the personal
airstrip of a none too cordial stranger. The young pilot flying
her airplane alone is left to wait it out in the home of a handsome,
reticient stranger for several days before the foul weather is
such that she can proceed with her flight home to Scottsdale,
Arizona. During the time spent with cattle rancher Tony Carrera
she discovers herself drawn to the aristocratic paradoxical fellow.
Julia's return to Scottsdale
is quickly followed with Tony's desire for a redoubling of their
initial companionship. It is not until the day of the benefit
staged for her Buena Vista clinic that Julia comprehends what
the mystery behind the man really is.
Nice romantic tale filled with
engaging people and a plausible predicament resulting from an
unexpected set of occurrences. Writer Garcia has captured the
misgiving felt towards most people entertained by Tony Carrera
as well as the misinterpretation regarding the precise characteristics
of the whole imbroglio felt by Julia with a proficiency most
often found in more experienced writers. She intertwines a satisfactory
account around the burgeoning confusion mounting between the
pair as she deftly makes known to the reader what that authentic
situation regarding Tony and their friendship really is. The
book is filled with abundant detail to keep you reading, although
it does not admit enough to turn the reader away.
This writer has several more
books accepted by Encanto line of Kensington Publishing. I look
forward to reading them soon.