In a world where survival comes at the cost of truly living, is love enough to mend their broken wings? Behind the power suits and the flashing, flirty eyes, Wren has a secret vulnerable side. Following the devastating loss of her father and the discovery of a bird journal they made in her childhood, she sets out to find something she just can't name. Is that something--or someone--tied to the little paper cranes she keeps finding along the way? With no one left to understand him, black sheep Laurie Byrd pours out his heart into letters and drawings he never intends to send--then he folds them into paper cranes that he leaves behind like messages in little winged bottles. He never dreams someone might be finding them.
God damn it, Sylvia, for a few moments I tricked myself into feeling really alive. I cut it off before anyone got hurt, but just for a moment or two, I really thought I might feel something again--something like trust. Something like love. Not the kind of love we had, but something new. Something like hope. "Can you go home again? Maybe not, but you can find home when you stop running from the past."~ Katina F, Amazon reviewer "A sweet romance in the new adult fiction genre, this book completely delivers. The setting of the story against a backdrop of 'birding' was fascinating, in that it introduced a world to me that I know nothing about, and a unique way of two people finding each other. Pick up a copy!" ~M. Frastley, Amazon reviewer
"I must admit that when I got to the end of this book, I let out a tiny whimper from under my breath. It was over and I didn't want it to be; the style of writing was unique, fun, quirky and witty." ~JC at All Is Read
"Sweet and delightful." ~Yolanda, of Yolanda Has So Many Books And So Little Time
About the author
Author of contemporary and historical romance about Smart Girls Gone Country.
Avid bird nerd, super-proud wife (married to my best friend and he is a looker!) & mom of four lovable scamps.
Slightly opinionated. Almost always overwhelmed.
Up to my neck in feathers, leaves, and sloppy kisses. Ask me if I mind.
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