Marin is going through something of a dry spell, in more ways than one. And she has secrets that no-one other than her unnaturally large family is supposed to know. One hot, sunny, Perth morning she is thoroughly drenched and shortly afterwards, almost run down by a man who has a startling resemblance to James Garner. Turns out, this former Navy SEAL has been chatting with her father over drinks ...and it seems daddy may have let a few of the family secrets slip.
Marin's dessicated life is about to get an unexpected dousing...
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About the Author
Irene Davidson was born and raised on the plains in the provincial far south of the South Island New Zealand. All those 'Souths' should give a clue as to just how far south that really is... Looking around, Irene rapidly came to the conclusion that her native home was a long way from ...anywhere, and unless she wanted to spend all her adventures on Stewart Island (which though quite lovely, was an even longer way from anywhere) she’d better get used to flying. With this in mind, she jetted off to complete high school in Tennessee, a degree in Palmerston North, work in London, holidays in France and a couple of years in Australia, all the while gathering material for writing. After post-graduate study and working as a Landscape Architect, she produced two beautiful babies; both of whom are now well on their way to being grown-ups. After a year in Chattanooga, Tennessee (that 'other' south), Irene now lives in Seattle, Washington. Her husband Tim is editor-in-chief and a large black greyhound that she believes may qualify as one of the most expensive rescued dogs on the planet is her constant writing companion. That is to say, he sleeps in Seattle while she writes.