Killing Time in Paradise - A Daisy Greenwood Novel
Daisy Greenwood has abandoned city life for peace and quiet in rural Florida. Working an easy job wearing jungle boots and saving the Everglades, she stumbles into a web of ruthless land developers and batty locals. Saving herself, her friends and miles of virgin forest draws this fish-out-of-water into the deadly Florida backwoods where a fight for her life ensues. More
Daisy Greenwood was an ambitious Manhattan executive struggling with a stressed out life until she quits her job, eBays her Manolos and starts life over in a quiet South Florida gulf town. Despite the culture clash and gator nuggets, most locals welcome her into the porch swing fold, including the sophisticated Cuban-American politician who runs half the county. It also helps to have a handsome wildlife biologist for a work partner. Her new, mindless job wearing jungle boots and saving the wetlands seems like salvation until a greedy developer tries to steal the town's parklands and threatens her life. Saving herself, her friends and miles of virgin forest draws Daisy into the harsh Florida backwoods where a fight for her life unfolds. It takes the unlikeliest of alliances to unravel the mystery that almost forces her to do the one thing she vowed not to, admit defeat and go back to her safe life in the city.