She's at risk of drowning in more ways than one – and he's the last person she expects to pull her out of the water.
Belle Fabrini is sailing through the Whitsunday Islands to see her grandfather, when she's caught in a freakish storm. Luckily, Kabe Hunter finds her and hoists her on board his yacht just before a huge wave threatens to end her life.
Belle hasn't seen Kabe since high school, a time she spent crushing on Kabe in a big way. Now he's sitting across from her in a tiny cabin wearing nothing but a towel. But Kabe has a reputation for loving and leaving gorgeous tourists, and Belle doesn't need any more complications in her life.
Kabe, however, has other plans. Belle has always been different, and it seems like only he can see through her happy–go–lucky façade to the pain behind. Belle is drowning in her secrets, but Kabe has no intention of losing her, now that he's finally found her again.
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About the Author
Louise Forster discovered the joy of writing while backpacking through Europe and watching people go about their daily lives. Back
home (writing as Lucy Forster) she, and co-writer Danielle Ellis, won the Emma Darcy award in 2000. Writing solo in 2008, she
came 3rd in the Charter Oak Romance Writers Golden Acorn Excellence In Writing Contest with the Secret Life Of Bob. That same
book now titled, Home Truths, became a best seller on Amazon Australia, as did the sequel, Tumble Creek. Louise enjoys writing
strong heroines and strong, protective heroes.
Louise lives on a small property with her husband, extended family, three rescue dogs, two cats, and two possums that have their
own little apartment under the carport.
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