Publisher:Unknown, 2015Note: This book was purchased with support from the Government of Canada's Social Development Partnerships Program - Disability Component.
- Author: Raglin, RodDate:Created2015Summary:
Kimberley James is hoping her new assignment will jumpstart her stalled career with a New York corporate relations firm. Her client wants to develop a mega ski resort in northern Canada. Her job is to convince the current owners of the land to sell. With millions of dollars to be made, it seems like a done deal. Until she runs up against Jonah Baker. Baker is part owner of a lodge on the land and an ardent environmentalist. He’s not about to permit a development that threatens ancient rainforests and the habitat of the rare and endangered Spirit Bear for any price. Kim begrudgingly respects his principles before profit, but cannot allow a tree-hugging, bear-loving zealot to derail her fast track to success. Jonah admires her determination and worldliness, but will fight to the end to stop a materialistic corporate climber from destroying something rare and unique. Will the mythical, white Spirit Bear survive, and what role will it play in resolving what appear to be irreconcilable differences? Spirit Bear is the first in the three book, stand-alone series ECO-WARRIORS, contemporary romances that deliver a satisfying love story with a subplot that addresses important environmental issues.Subject(s): Ski resorts | British Columbia | Corporations | Environmentalists | Green movement | Interpersonal attractionOriginal Publisher: [s.l.], UnknownLanguage(s): EnglishISBN: 9781517065751