African Skies

African Skies 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

  • Title: African Skies
  • Author: Karen Rispin
  • ISBN: 9781576736265
  • Page: 351
  • Format: Paperback
  • 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 collideThough 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

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    1. A really exciting story! I loved so many things about it- the landscape of Kenya, the plot that centered on humanitarian aid and environmental research, the rich descriptions of wildlife, and Darren Grant, the dreamy pilot ;). It was unpredictable, fast-paced and I felt like I was in Africa for those few hours of reading it.At the start of the book I was thinking not again, another portrayal of environmentalists being only crazy tree-huggers who don't care about people, because the character Joa [...]

    2. African Skies was a fun, interesting, and thoughtful read. There were a few things that I didn't quite agree with in it and the animal care bordered on obsession sometimes But was an enjoyable read over all.

    3. This is such a great romantic adventure of a strong woman who goes to Africa to research baboons, not expecting to find love.

    4. Absolutely amazing! Loved this book! It kept me interested from start to finish, plus had an incredible surprise ending! Loved it! =)

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