Sunday, April 27, 2014

A Kiss At Kihali by Ruth Harris #99cents Kindle Countdown Deal @RuthHarrisBooks


Lanky, dark-haired Renny Kudrow, Director of the Kihali Animal Orphanage in
Kenya, is a brilliant scientist, a noted television personality, and an expert in animal communication. But human communication?

Not so much, thinks Starlite Higgins, the talented young vet he has hired over the objection of others. He is prickly, remote, critical, and Starlite, anxious to please and accustomed to success, is unable to win his approval.

When Renny and Starlite set out on a dangerous mission, they rescue a severely injured baby rhino whose mother has been killed by poachers. Upon their return to Kihali, they must work together to save the little orphan, now named Zuri--the word means "beautiful" in Swahili.

The little orphan's courage and determination and the idyllic beauty of Kihali, gradually break down Renny's and Starlite's emotional walls. Little by little, they each confront their own painful, invisible wounds.

But how can Starlite know the secret Renny guards is as shocking as the past she conceals?

A KISS AT KIHALI is an inspirational story of grief, healing, and second chances.

What readers are saying:

"…a story that encompasses a rainbow of emotions. Reading the murder of Zuri's mother was a hugely emotional experience."

"I got a sample on my Kindle app on my iPhone and immediately realized that I had to get the full book. I downloaded… and could not put it down. I finished it in about a day altogether. I absolutely adored Zuri and her willpower to not give up. Every character was brilliant and I loved them all."

"This is a beautiful story of love, strength, and survival in Africa. …a great read for young adults and older: due to the graphic accounts of animal poaching and attacks. This is also a fantastic read for anyone who knows the beauty of emotional connection with an animal as well as with humans."

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