Previous to his romance book, Barbary Point, Alan Nayes wrote two biomedical thrillers, Gargoyles and The Unnatural. Barbary Point has to be at the other end of the scale from his previous work, as it is a sweet, poignant story of attraction and love.
As one of the few male romance authors (as am I), Alan shows great dexterity in managing the building attraction between the two main characters. This is an emotional roller coaster, where you, the reader, follow the two protagonists as they slowly open their hearts.
Barbary Point Description:
When Kelly English flies back to Oshkosh, Wisconsin, to close out her father’s estate, the last thing on her mind is falling in love. Again. Kelly is twenty-eight and engaged to an older man who is quite wealthy. She’s happy, and only desires to make the trip back brief, sell her deceased father’s place, and return to her stable life in Los Angeles. However, while taking care of business in Oshkosh, Kelly meets a fishing guide, launching her on an emotional journey she never could have predicted or foreseen. Barbary Point is Kelly’s story of what happened that one magical week in May on the shores of Lake Winnebago when the ducklings hatch and the walleye run.
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