Renny Kudrow, Director of the Kihali animal orphanage in Kenya, is a brilliant scientist and an expert in animal communication. But human communication?
Not so much, thinks Starlite Higgins, the orphanage's wildlife vet he has hired over the objection of others who think a woman is not up to the job. Renny is prickly, remote, critical, and Starlite, anxious to please and accustomed to success, is unable to win his approval.
When Renny and Starlite are forced to work together to rescue the baby rhino from poachers, they must face the secrets they both hide--and the attraction they can no longer deny.
Meet the brave and lovable baby rhino, Zuri (the word means “beautiful” in Swahili), Doris and Maisie, the wise and caring elephants, and Boozie, a mischievous young goat. Get to know string bean-skinny Jomo and strong, athletic Muthengi, the Kenyan wildlife experts, Ian Stewart-Montgomery, the witty, handsome half-Kenyan, half-English photo safari guide, and all the other human and animal friends who find a home at Kihali.
A KISS AT KIHALI will appeal to readers who love animals, adventure and tender love stories about second chances.
A KISS AT KIHALI is suitable for a wide range of readers and contains no sex or cursing.
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KEYWORDS: Africa, Kenya, rhinos, elephants, goats, wildlife, nature, poaching, poachers, crime, veterinarian, vet, female vet, scientist, animal rescue, animal communication, love story, wholesome, clean romance, sweet romance, second chance at love, mystery, suspense, contemporary, diversity, Africans, Americans, safari, photo safari