By Julie Carobini
Callie Duflay simply isn’t just like the remainder of her kinfolk. whereas they’ve equipped white collar lives, she prefers getting her fingers soiled via operating with little ones and native California explanations. while Callie learns liked piece of untouched estate in her city of Otter Bay may perhaps quickly be constructed, she confronts the architect assigned to the project.Gage Mitchell should be an easygoing, green expert, yet he’s now not approximately to backpedal this activity irrespective of how lovable Callie or her puppy pooch, Moondoggy, could be. His purposes and hers are noble—both have a middle for shielding God’s construction, and if truth be told those will be ideal for every different outdoor of this face-off. yet will they ever determine that out?
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He shook his head at the air, picturing the now-meaningless words splashed across a shiny page in a jaunty, coral-colored font. Gage watched Callie take the hill as she’d probably done hundreds of times before, confidently and purposefully, like a doe might leap in and around forested land. She was no docile member of the deer family, though. He could tell by the way she snapped at the three strangers who had dared to finish their work in her presence, two of whom nearly doubled her in size. ” He’d acquired this job mere hours after watching his career implode, the developer wore deep pockets and stayed out of the limelight, and Gage had finally overcome the fear of launching a dream business, in a new location.
Thank you for filling me daily. Chapter One The rope in my hand resembled a noose. ” The stray doggy with the dewdrop eyes found me earlier today as I jogged along the shores of Otter Bay while trying to shake off a tough weekend. I slipped the makeshift leash around his skinny neck. It was almost evening now and our trot through the woods on the way to my sister’s house for Sunday supper would serve as my halfhearted attempt to find this dog’s owner. Hopefully, they’re long gone, because until this pup’s arrival, I hadn’t realized just how hollow my house with its reclaimed wood flooring and single occupant had begun to sound.
The woman paused. Had I annoyed her? “I feel your frustration. I really do, but frankly, there is not much help we can offer you. We do not regulate development in the coastal zone, unless of course the structure is to be constructed over the water. ” “I’m not sure. ” “But probably not-so-terrific along federally protected waters. ” My heart lifted. ” “I wish we could, but you see, our jurisdiction does not extend inland beyond the mean high tide line. ” My heart sank and I glanced at the Sunday paper still spread across my kitchen table.
A Shore Thing: An Otter Bay Novel by Julie Carobini