Though Laurel Binet and Darren Grant both love their work in exotic Africa, they can't stand each other. Their opposing passions spark arguments over what's really important: she's investing her life in the study of wildlife for a master's degree; he has no time for people who waste their energies serving animals when people need food and shelter. When their worlds collide during calamitous seasons of starvation and epidemic, Darren and Laurel have to learn to work together. Encounters with deadly snakes, the unscrupulous acts of a fanatical conservationist, and a frightening kidnapping force both Laurel and Darren to examine their faith -- and their feelings for one another. Can love bring harmony where once there was war?
About Karen Rispin
Karen Rispin is the author of numerous magazine articles and the Anika Scott children's fiction series (Tyndale House). Born to missionary parents in Kenya, Karen moved to the U.S. after high school and now lives in Three Hills, Alberta, with her husband and two daughters.Karen's website is: www.therispins.com