Have you ever wanted to get rid of everything you own and move someplace unfamiliar?
This is a true modern-day immigration tale of how Karethe and her husband Jaime left a North American city of millions for a small, rural mountain town in Andalucía.
What are the challenges of a transatlantic move in the 21st century? Will an outsider ever be fully welcomed, especially when settling in a very Catholic, hyper-traditional community located way off the freeway system?
Take the leap with Karethe and Jaime and discover a world of priceless riches, where passions and tempers run high, kisses are abundant, and where “Help thy neighbour” really means something.
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About the Author
Karethe has always dabbled with a pen. She was a lifestyle journalist in Paris, a student paper editor in Oslo, a movie reporter in Montreal, a script writer in LA, and a writer for NGOs in between film gigs in Vancouver. She met Jaime, her present, third, and (she swears) last husband, while working on a screen adaption of a novel taking place in India. They live in Ronda, Andalucía, where she restores antiques, climbs mountains, helps neighbourhood kids with their English homework, and writes stories about living in the Spanish South. She will unfortunately never learn to dance la sevillana, for which there are too many caminos to explore. Casita 26 is her first book. Visit her online at www.snobb.net.