Dave is working for a development project with farmer
families in remote and distant areas, often mountainous. Very few people speak
English, and he works with several translators. He comes across primary school
teachers who work in villages in those areas, and one of them who speaks English
asks him for help with transport to one of the distant villages. She inadvertently
invites herself for accommodation overnight in Dave’s small village house.
Kim Anh comes from a family of teachers, and unfortunately is just recovering
from a failed marriage, so meeting Dave is quite fortuitous and she
instinctively cleans and tidies Dave’s kitchen and bedroom.
Kim’s departure to her new village is delayed as her transport is not
available, until after the forthcoming luni-solar holidays, and she stays
another day in Dave’s house. The weather grows colder and Dave kindly offers
her warmer sleeping facilities!
Kim had found Dave an attractive man when she first met him, but Dave found all
young ladies beautiful, until Kim began to blossom under Dave’s care.
Initial contact turns to passion and passion to deep love.
Everything works out well until Kim’s co-teacher turns up with a baby, a
non-husband, and big problems!

About Love in the Boondocks

Genre Fantasy Romance
The word originally military slang used by American soldiers
engaging guerrillas in the Philippines before World War II, from Tagalog
bundok, mountain, from Proto-Malayo-Polynesian *bunduk, elevated ground. The
word has since been used by many others to denote a remote and wild area in any
country.

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About Adam Mann

Adam has worked for over 50 years in what is called “developing
economies”. Most of the time Adam’s work has been with the thousands of
small scale farmers, who have appreciated sustainable livelihoods, so that they
now have enough food to feed themselves, and also some to sell so that they
have a cash income. That is why most of Adam’s novels are set in these remote
locations.
Two years ago Adam finally retired and started writing, and
has now produced 25 fantasy romance books nine of which have been published,
and sixteen self-published at Smashwords and Amazon KDP.
Adam is a member of the Romance Writers of Australia.

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