Traralgon, Victoria (PRWEB) January 17, 2014
A young woman carries a heavy load in her shoulders, running an exotic animal sanctuary and tending to her beloved animals’ needs. Then one day, she meets a man who reminds her that she is still a woman, and that she also longs to be clingy and feminine and girlish even. Is Rob the right man for her? Is she a step closer to the fulfillment of her dreams? Author Coral Boucher unveils her debut novel that will surely capture the hearts of many readers with her publication, “Sanctuaries United.”
The story opens with this young lady who owns and runs an exotic animal sanctuary. She is desperately in need of more land to expand and give her beloved animals the room they require for their best health. She runs a program to attempt to breed endangered species and either return them to the wild or exchange with other like-minded sanctuaries. Ruth is used to responsibilities. She is tending their farm and zoo since her mother retired from the heavy work. Her world revolves around the animals and the vegetable garden they grow to feed many hungry mouths.
Everything is fine until one day she meets Rob. Rob who is caring and thoughtful and very much dependable. They are instantly attracted to each other. Everything does not go smoothly for them. For the first time in her life, she experienced cutting heartache. Can Ruth and Rob’s chance encounter still lead her to the fulfillment of her dreams?
A story of love and loss, “Sanctuaries United” will draw readers who love animals and also ignites their passion with the moving romantic tale of Ruth chasing after her dreams.
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About the Author
Coral Boucher is 70 years old and has enjoyed writing all her life, in some way or another. She was delighted and surprised when her first book was accepted for publication. It was like a dream come true. At the age of 69 after a life of hard work, she could finally have time to do something she always loved. Poetry then became a real love and many short stories followed. Her three children and nine grandchildren took delight in calling her an author. Boucher wrote “Where Waters Meet,” and her latest work, “Beneath the Great Divide” is in the process of publication. The sequel for her debut novel “Sanctuaries United” is nearly finished.
Sanctuaries United * by Coral Boucher
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