If you dare venture beyond the high rises of Miami and the razzle-dazzle of Disney, you'll find yourself in Florida's untamed wilderness. Step into thousands of acres of forests, lakes and rivers-a paradise for hunters and fishermen. But paradise has a dark side...
The river runs wild
Former Fish & Wildlife Officer Charlotte "Charlee" Tanner still carries the guilt of a tragic drowning accident that occurred on her watch. She hoped moving back home to the wilds of central Florida would provide a safe haven-until she learns the death was no accident, and she's the intended target.
But no wilder than their passion
Tough and decisive, Lieutenant Hunter Boudreau loves his new job as a law enforcement officer with the Florida Fish & Wildlife Conservation Commission. Charlee is his best friend, so when she comes under fire, he's not letting her out of his sight until the killer is caught. But Charlee won't sit by and let anyone else die for her.
As danger closes in and Charlee and Hunter's attraction threatens to consume them, Charlee has to decide if she can trust Hunter. And to save Charlee, Hunter will have to trust her, too.
About the author
Connie Mann is a licensed boat captain and writes romantic suspense stories set in Florida's small towns and natural environments. She is the author of the Wildlife Warrior series, the Safe Harbor series, as well as Angel Falls and Trapped! She has lived in seven different states but this weather wimp has happily called warm, sunny Florida home for more than twenty years.
When she's not dreaming up plotlines, you'll find "Captain Connie" on Central Florida's waterways, introducing boats full of schoolchildren to their first alligator.
She is also passionate about helping women and children in developing countries break the poverty cycle and build a better future for themselves and their families.
Besides boating, she and her husband enjoy hanging out with their grown children and extended family and planning their next adventure.
Please visit Connie online at www.conniemann.com.