Yardley is reserved, Marchand has communication issues, and in spite of their mutual attraction, they struggle to work things out.
A Brand New Address (Book One of the Intervenus Series)
Author: Kathleen Rowland
Genre: Futuristic sweet romantic
suspense for Teens
Date of Release: May, 2014
Publisher: Kathleen Rowland
Blurb:Yardley Van Dyke promised her dying mother she’d care for the family by growing food in their Ice Age greenhouse. Family dynamics change when her dad’s fiancé sells it. Yardley signs up as an intergalactic gardener on Marchand LaFond’s shuttle. Groomed for the space voyage, he calls the shots. In spite of his brazen exterior, she falls for him, but he can’t let emotions get in the way of his mission.
Maneuvering through sun spikes and space junk is dangerous enough. Evil Vito Savage plans to annihilate his competition.
Will Venus be Yardley and Marchand’s new address where they can fulfill their dreams?
About Kathleen:Kathleen Rowland is devoted to giving her readers fast-paced, high-stakes suspense with a sizzling love story sure to melt their hearts. Kathleen used to write computer programs but now writes novels. She grew up in Iowa where she caught lightning bugs, ran barefoot, and raced her sailboat on Lake Okoboji. Now she wears flip-flops and sails with her husband, Gerry, on Newport Harbor but wishes there were lightning bugs in California.
Kathleen’s genre is Romantic Suspense, running the gamete from sweet to ultra-spicy. All books, including her futuristic Intervenus series for teens and new adults, are set near water. Her grandchildren are allowed to read these books!
On futuristic habitable Venus, a creek bubbles from underground in A Brand New Address and Betrayal at Crater’s Edge. For adult readers Deeds of Deceit ignites Big Bear Lake. A Key to all that Glitters and Falling Evermore scrape along SoCal’s Pacific shores.
Her work-in-progress for adults, Deadly Alliance, takes place in Lake Arrowhead, California and Malahide Village, Ireland.
Kathleen treasures time spent with the love of her life, Gerry. While proud of their five children who’ve flown the coop, she has the luxury of time to write.
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