Penelope Ashton is a passionate young writer with too much experience with the wrong men; and, Jack Kirkpatrick-lover of the ocean and seeker of the father who abandoned him as a child-is a shrimperman still searching for happiness. When the two fall in love, it is a relationship marked with change and loss. Meeting his estranged father and getting in trouble for a crime he didn't commit, Jack must choose between happiness and heartache. Striving to give Penny her dreams of becoming a published author, will he lose her forever to the murderer who is stalking him? Traveling back roads, beaches, and the Gulf waters, More Than Angels is a romance that launches the reader into the terror of a deadly drug ring and a blistering summer of love in a southern town. When love is at stake, sometimes it takes more than angels to save it.
Lee Ann Ward is an award-winning fiction author with a background in journalism and mass communications. Her novels include Dying Twice, published in 1992, The Spider in the Well, published in 2003, The Gift of Sun: Hamet's Awakening, which won First Place in the General Fiction category at the Writer's Weekend in Seattle, WA, published in 2006, and There in the Moon Mist, published in 2007. More Than Angels is her first romance novel. She and her husband, Joe, have four sons, and make their home in Irvington, Alabama.