The healing power of animals helping PTSD in a moving Love Story
Alexandrea Weis brings her experience as a wildlife rehabber to a new romance set in the
NEW ORLEANS - Feb 9, 2012 - As a wildlife rehabilitator, Pamela Wells has dealt with herfair share of wild animals, but her reclusive life is forever changed when she meets an elusive
former soldier, Daniel Phillips. Set against the backdrop of rural Louisiana, Alexandrea Weis's Broken Wings, has Pamela Wells trying to ease Daniel's post traumatic stress disorder with the healing power of animals.
Broken Wings, has Pamela Wells trying to ease Daniel's post traumatic stress disorder with the healing power of animals.
Sent to Pamela's struggling wildlife sanctuary as part of his parole requirements, Daniel and Pamela quickly clash until Daniel's troubled past unexpectedly comes to light. Daniel finds
peace, and an unexpected kindred spirit in Pamela. Just when Pamela thinks she has found someone to love and share the burdens of her facility, Daniel skips town.
On the verge of losing her beloved sanctuary, Pamela has no choice but to turn to her former husband, a ruthless Louisiana attorney named Bob Patrick, for help. When Daniel unexpectedly returns, Bob is not willing to give Pamela up. The fight may prove deadly, but Daniel will to doanything to save her.
"Being a permitted wildlife rehabber in Louisiana, I wanted to educate people about what it is wildlife rehabbers do in a tale of one woman's struggle for happiness." Weis says.
Fans of To My Senses, Recovery, and Sacrifice will appreciate the emotional edge and heartfelt characters Weis brings to the table in Broken Wings.
About the book:
Broken Wings by Alexandrea Weis
Publisher: World Castle Publishing
Date of publish: Feb 5, 2012
About the author:
Alexandrea Weis's popular first novel, To My Senses, received rave reviews and garnered awards for both commercial fiction and romance writing. Her second novel, Recovery, won the
Gold Medal for best romantic suspense from The Reader's Favorite Book Awards and was named best Romantic Suspense by the NABE Pinnacle Book Awards in 2011. Her third novel,
Sacrifice, was released in late 2011. A permitted wildlife rehabber with the Louisiana Wildlife and Fisheries, Weis rescues orphaned and injured wildlife. She lives with her husband and pets in New Orleans.