I've always loved research, libraries, and creative assignments. In junior high, I had to write a travel diary on Barcelona. I sometimes wonder even now if my teacher was charmed by my over-the-top enthusiasm for the assignment. The other choice would be irritated, but I tend to go all out on things I enjoy. There were photos. So many photos. And when I discovered the travel book section of my library (around 910-920, I think), I fell in love. As a little girl, I checked out coffee-table sized photography books on Ireland and England and any place with castles. When I found the Fodor's travel guide to Spain, I was hooked. Barcelona became so real to me with itineraries and descriptions of food and hotels and museums and history. I have a book for every place I've visited and a few that I'm still dreaming of discovering. I still remember the joy of that school assignment.
Want to visit Peru yourself? Go and tell me alllll about it!
Want to read about Peru? Here's a book: Winner Takes All (Available June 1 but up for preorder)
Winning the lottery means finally living her dreams
Stephanie Yates isn't really sure she's ready to leave her hometown and see the world, but there's not much she can do about it now: her friends have sent her on her way! And her first stop is a village in the breathtaking mountains of Peru, where Daniel Lincoln, her lifelong crush, is setting up medical clinics.
Stephanie thought she could hide her feelings for the hotshot doctor no problem, but Daniel has changed. And spending time with this strong, caring man helps her imagine a new life for herself, and for Daniel. That is, if he can start seeing her as more than just a friend .Harlequin:::Amazon:::BN.com