Unreachable. Dell Rosales gained her nickname,
“inalcansable,” or “unreachable,’” the old-fashioned way, earning it
with every new rip in her heart.
Unwanted. Dell returns
home to salvage her father’s ranch by opening the place to a group of
girls with problems and pain not unlike her own. With her outlook on
love soured–perhaps beyond salvation–she clings to Becky, the tiny
little girl whose own mother preferred a life of drugs and men to
Unwinnable. Former DEA agent Jovani Treviño
has seen that the war isn’t winnable: people keep dying. Drugs keep
killing them. But pleas for help from the DEA make him agree to one last
battle for the good cause—checking out heiress Dell Rosales, whose
ranch on the Rio Grande provides a perfect spot for traffickers to cross
if she allows them to.
passion, and their respective pasts draw Dell and Jovi into a tumultuous
relationship that both must to avoid. Love seems distant, foolish to
seek–unattainable. When an epic flood threatens not only Dell’s ranch
but the surrounding area, will anything survive?
by Leslie P. García
Words empower. South Texas author/educator Leslie P. García believes that absolutely. Absolutely.
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