Gulf Breezeby Gerri Hill
Dr. Carly Cambridge, wildlife biologist, returns to the Texas Gulf Coast to manage the latest Habitats for Nature project, restoring the woods and wetlands to their natural state. She is devoted to the environmental cause with a passion usually reserved for a lover – something she hasn’t had since a disastrous love affair ten years earlier. Having sworn… See more details below
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Dr. Carly Cambridge, wildlife biologist, returns to the Texas Gulf Coast to manage the latest Habitats for Nature project, restoring the woods and wetlands to their natural state. She is devoted to the environmental cause with a passion usually reserved for a lover – something she hasn’t had since a disastrous love affair ten years earlier. Having sworn off women and relationships, Carly is perfectly content to live her life alone while she focuses on her latest project.
Wildlife photographer Pat Ryan is duped into volunteering her talents to the Habitats For Nature cause, but she wants no part of the overzealous Dr. Cambridge.
While they spend most of their time sparring and bickering, an early season hurricane finds them fighting nature – instead of each other – to save the wetlands and the birds that brought them together.
Soon Carly finds her heart opening, little by little, and struggles to ignore the feelings that are growing between them. And Pat, always searching for that certain someone to take her breath away, can’t believe for a moment that the woman she’s been waiting for could possibly be Carly.
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I enjoyed the characters. Not quiteas the last i read, skin deep, which was great. But i did enjoy the characters even though they were a bit surface and even though it was a long book they didnt interact too much.
Dr. Carly Cambridge and Pat Ryan, are two women who could not be more different. Carly is a nature biologist hoping to turn a patch of land into a wetland habitat. Pat is a photographer whose main experience with nature is that she takes pictures of wildlife. Pat and Carly meet when Pat is ¿volunteered¿ by her aunt to take pictures for the habitat¿s brochure. Needless to say, their first meeting doesn¿t get off to a great start. Pat thinks Carly is whacko - Carly thinks Pat is infuriating. Little by little each woman soon comes to appreciate the skills of the other and find themselves both standing on the same side of the line ¿ the line of nature versus humans. Carly, who was burned badly by an ex-lover isn¿t looking for anyone, while Pat had given up on finding anyone to share her life with. When a hurricane suddenly threatens both the habitat and the two women, they are forced to face feelings they¿ve been fighting to keep hidden. Will a chance at love for Pat and a new start for Carly be ended before it even begins? And will the habitat itself be able to survive possible destruction? While taking the readers on an intriguing journey of two women as they face the trials and tribulations of love, Gulf Breeze is also a terrific lesson of how nature fights a constant battle to survive against the human race.
A little slow in action but good