Wow, there is so much I’m grateful for in four days. I’m feeling very blessed so the gratitude comes easily at the moment.
Day 23 I am grateful for:
A sleep in (oops missed Kick Fit), because trying to stay awake to work with my book designer in the UK means less sleep.
Day 24 I am grateful for:
My morning kiss from the hubby, because whether I’m asleep or not he always gives me a kiss before he goes to work.
Day 25 I am grateful for:
My fantastic book designer Victoria (VicCovers on Fiverr), because The Zanzibar Moon book cover (above) is finalised and looks fantastic.
Day 26 I am grateful for:
Celebrating Australia Day, because we are blessed to be living in this beautiful, peaceful country.
I’ll be celebrating Australia Day at the launch of good friend Sandra L Rogers’ historical romance novel Cooyar. Being around like-minded authors and writers is always fun and inspirational. After that we head to a barbie with some good friends overlooking the water. That’s going top off what will be a wonderful Australia Day celebration.
A sexy man in a loincloth doesn’t end Alkina’s marriage but when her husband’s infidelity does, Ali’s life takes on a jungle twist.
To rebuild her life she decides to volunteer in Africa.
“Maybe I’ll find Tarzan,” she says as she leaves Australia.
Then one day on a Zanzibar beach a spellbinding man walks past with a cheetah attached to a lead. This tantalizing encounter changes Ali’s life in ways she’d never imagine.
Kendwa, the Tarzan of her dreams, comes with complications; a three-year-old son and a mysterious job. Then there’s also a handsome doctor, a neighbor who wants more than friendship and a husband who can’t make up his mind.
But the much younger Kendwa provides euphoric sex, evocative conversations and a world that Ali never knew existed. How can she resist him, but will his past come back to haunt him?
When a medical emergency sends her racing home she re-discovers her family bond, uncovers a new betrayal and finds an inner strength from her time with Kendwa in exotic Zanzibar and the wilds of Africa.
But on her return to the island will the grief of what she finds overwhelm her?