Kira has decided to go on an eco-tourism
adventure in Peru. She has decided to learn more about her
Incan ancestors, as she is ¼ part Inca. Her guide rudely
abandons her just over a rickety bridge, which is straddling a
huge gorge. She is rescued by her host Amaru who is attending
her as if she is Princess. She is drawn to him not only due
to his looks but also his demeanor. As time progresses she is
drawn more and more to Amaru.
There may be more than one reason that
Amaru seems to know lots about the Incan culture. He is
cursed to an eternity of loneliness but if he finds the one
true love in a woman who can accept him things will change.
But, what will happen if he falls in love?
Leap of Faith is a blend of
Incan faith and Contemporary Romance. The author took time to
set the stage for a believable way for the two main characters
to meet, and kept the story moving whether in a light hearted
or moving part. She also did a nice job writing the light sex
scenes. I finished Leap of Faith and found
myself smiling at the story. I look forward to seeing other
offerings from this author.