Summer’s Island by Cricket Rohman
Summer’s Island is a wild beach adventure with love, danger, and a dog named Noodles.
A small seaplane drops off JD, an overworked chef, near the shore of a deserted island. It seems he’d have his solitude, but the island, though tropical, was no paradise. Nothing but ocean, sand, and jungle. No place to get a beer or a bed. Something moved quickly toward him. An animal? A person? It was a woman named Summer. Was this some kind of a joke, a mistake, or something more sinister?
JD’s mistrust of this so-called vacation grows, and Summer hides secrets. Can opposites really attract? Is love in the stars? When confronted with life-threatening circumstances, how will they survive?
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Cricket grew up in Estes Park, Colorado, and spent her formative years among deer, coyotes, and beautiful blue columbine. She could see snow-capped peaks in almost every direction. Living on the boundary of the Rocky Mountain National Park, Cricket could wander in by merely stepping out the backdoor of her childhood home. She was recently included in Marquis Who’s Who in America.
Today she is a full-time author writing Sweet Romance, Westerns, Women’s Fiction, and Romantic Mysteries about cowboys, teachers, creative women, and the great outdoors—even Alzheimer’s. So far, there is a wonderful dog in each of her novels.
Prior to full-time writing, she was an actor, a singer, an audio/video producer, a classroom teacher, and a school principal. Cricket claims to be an eclectic reader and, therefore, an eclectic writer who loves to hike, cook, read, and write.
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