Joppa Park tells the story of Kimberly Peters, a lifelong nature lover. Kimberly went to college for both Forestry and Law Enforcement and hopes to become a park ranger. She gets the job at Joppa Park, a National Park in northern California. Unfortunatelly, Kim has to compete for the position with another probationary ranger by the name of Mark and Mark is not above playing dirty to get the coveted position. Kim plays clean though, but life gets even more complicated when she meets the very sexy Ranger James Steele on her first day on the job. James likes her, but he doesn't like relationships so Kim is going to have to do whatever she can to land James. Kim's getting the job as ranger is surprisingly complicated by the fact that she thinks with both a cop's brain and a park ranger's brain - which does benefit her in trying to find a dangerous man who is loose in her park. There are no easy answers in this story. Does Kim land James? Does she land the job? Were the fantasies better than the realities? Find out in Joppa Park!
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I started reading this wonderful book and could not put it down till the very end! The characters had me engrossed till the very end! I loved the singularity of each, how they stood and fought over their each unique individuality, but using their fears as strengths it grew into an eternal journey of love. Excitement, action, emotion and one of the mose wonderful epilogues I have ever read made this an awesome book! Can't wait to read the author's next book! Awesome, superb work!
I really enjoyed the plot line in this story. It was very engaging and I couldn't put it down. There were only two things that bothered me about this story, first I don't like the name. It kept reminding me of Jabba the hut from Star Wars. As a native Northern Californian that name does not fit the area. Secondly, in both of your stories you have the heroine driving a jeep with a lot of detail about the jeep and that gets to be a little too much at times. Other than that I thought it was well written with a few grammatical errors in it. Nice job and I can't wait to read the next book you put out!