His plans could devastate her island. But the island had other plans for him. Stacie Halloran was perfectly content running her bed and breakfast in Windon Harbor, on Malaspina Island off the Pacific coast of Canada. Or maybe not perfectly content, since there was a decided shortage of eligible men of a certain age on Malaspina. But it was home, and it was a living.Then the hot-shot executive from the timber company that owned Nathan's Forest turned up. Adam Fraser's presence had the whole island talking - and watching his every move. Because there was only one reason for him to be on their island: his company planned to cut down their forest. Adam was the Enemy, sent to make nice with the natives.Talk about the last thing Stacie needed. The Enemy was under her roof, and with his big-city vibes he was a fish out of water in tiny Windon Harbor. Then, wouldn't you know? He had to go and kiss her right there in the guest lounge. Definitely the last thing she needed. Because whatever she thought about that kiss - and she thought plenty - a battle was looming, and they were on opposite sides.The lines were drawn. But for Adam, it all came down to a brown-eyed bed-and-breakfast owner and an old house on a hill. Because once Malaspina Island wove its spell, all bets were off.
LizAnn Carson writes in Victoria, British Columbia, a smallish city that's large enough to have all modern conveniences, but not so large as to have hours-long traffic jams or heavy duty pollution. She can follow a trail to her local supermarket, or be downtown by bus in twenty minutes. LizAnn writes romance fiction and poetry. Sometimes she aims for thoughtful; other times she simply wants to leave a happy, contented feeling behind. Besides writing, she enjoys a variety of crafts. She likes weight training and yoga - and doesn't do enough of them. Her philosophy? Life is such a gift, and there's always something new to learn, some new path to explore.