RiverTime by Rae Renzi

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Casey Lord needs a break. Her great-on-paper boyfriend, Reed, is pressuring her to marry him—but she's not sure if he sees her merely as an asset to help his political career. A river-rafting trip in the remote wilderness provides the perfect opportunity to clear her head. Until a flash flood sweeps Casey away from her group—and straight into the arms of Jack, a mysterious man also stranded by the flooding river.

Jack won't tell Casey his last name, and her innocent questions about his life are met with evasive answers. Yet they have to trust each other to survive, and as the pair await rescue, their uneasy truce slowly blossoms into friendship—and love. They agree to keep secret whatever differences may separate them in the real world.

When rescue finally arrives, will it spell an end to their budding relationship or can they find a way to stay in RiverTime?

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About Rae Renzi

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Rae Renzi's career in romance fiction began somewhere along the path of science (neuroscience, to be precise) when she recognized two things: First, there is an amazing overlap between science and romance, and, second, that romance is an essential condition of having a human brain-if you have one, you want it. She lives in the state of Texas surrounded by interesting and unusual people. When she's not writing novels, she does research on human behavior and her favorite organ (the brain), which, although icky from a sensory perspective (grayish-pink, squishy), is nonetheless fascinating. She has a full complement of fabulous family, friends and pets, and likes horseback riding, swimming, papermaking and, new in the panoply of activities, raising her own food in an urban garden (which hasn't been surpassingly successful yet, but she is sure it will be). Rae is crazy about writing romance because it lets her weave into words the many inspirational men (and women) she has known, and recast them as suits her as heroes, heroines or villains. Although she has numerous publications in science, RiverTime is her debut work of fiction. She is happy to hear from readers, and can be emailed at raerenzi@gmail.com.
Published July 15, 2013 by Carina Press. 287 pages
Genres: Romance, Literature & Fiction. Fiction

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The opening chapter of RiverTime proves that Casey Lord has the right stuff in matters of survival, even though her senses do go out the window sometimes when she has to cope with Jack Raines.

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