Jake Weston is on a mission. He needs to find a project site for the ECOSYSTEM SERVICES INSTITUTE before it loses its funding. When his friend from the Department of Justice’s Environmental Crimes Unit asks him to go undercover in a small Northern California coastal town called Jenns Cove to investigate a corrupt corporation, Jake sees the opportunity to kill two birds with one stone. He can find his site and possibly bring a big polluter to justice. What he doesn’t expect is to meet Maggie Gallagher, a local attorney, single mother and possibly the woman of his dreams. Only one problem: Jake can’t tell her who he really is or why he’s come to Jenns Cove. Anyone in the small town could be involved in environmental crimes, even the local hotshot attorney, and his investigation is strictly confidential.
When Maggie meets Jake, she can’t believe her bad luck! The first man she’s been interested in for a very long time, and he’s only in Jenns Cove for a short time. She’s not the type of person to indulge in a fling, but that might be all she and Jake can have. He lives three hours away in San Francisco and her life is in Jenns Cove. When her friends and even her family encourage her to go for it, Maggie decides to live in the moment—just this once—and go with her heart. She only hopes that Jake isn’t too good to be true.
About the Author
After careers in teaching and the law, stints as a marine biologist, waiter, newspaper ad writer and a tortilla chip factory worker, Marc has settled down to do what he enjoys most: writing fiction. A member of a very large family—ten-ish brothers and sisters depending on how you count—he lives on the Central Coast of California with his wife, Karin and their three cats. He and Karin can be found regularly hiking the scenic hills or kayaking along the coast. For now, Marc is busy at work on the second and third books in the Jenns Cove Eco-Romances.