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After fifteen happy years of marriage, Kate Courtenay discovers that her charismatic novelist husband is spending more and more of his time with a young fan. She throws herself into her work, a controversial wind farm that’s stirring up tempers in the local community. Sparks fly when she goes head to head against its most outspoken opponent, local gardener Ibsen Brown – a man with a past of his own. But a scheme for a local community garden brings the sparring-partners together, producing the sort of electricity that threatens to short-circuit the whole system.
Targeted Age Group: Adult
Book Price: $.99
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How is Writing In Your Genre Different from Others?
My characters don’t just fall in and out of love, they have real jobs and face real challenges – which adds depth and dimension to my books.
What Advice Would You Give Aspiring Writers?
Never give up, and be prepared to listen and learn.
What Inspired You to Write Your Book?
I live in a beautiful part of Scotland, where many people believe wind farms destroy our glorious countryside. Others are convinced they are essential – so they are very controversial. I liked the idea of making my heroine an engineer and my hero a gardener, who take opposing views, despite the attraction they feels for each other.
About the Author:
Jenny Harper lives in Edinburgh, Scotland, though she was born in India and grew up in England. She has been a non-fiction editor, a journalist and a businesswoman and has written a children’s novel and several books about Scotland. Her short story, ‘The Eighth Promise’ was recently published in the Mills & Boon anthology, Truly, Madly, Deeply. Jenny writes contemporary women’s fiction with bite – complex characters facing serious issues. Face the Wind and Fly is about a woman wind farm engineer with a marriage in trouble and a controversial project to handle. Loving Susie is about a female politician with a complicated family history and at odds with the world.