About Romance in the Western Desert
Love, lust and political intrigue in the Southwest draw Melinda Burroughs from her job as a Congressional aide in Washington, DC, to assist in a grassroots campaign in Tucson, Arizona to stop the conversion of effluent into drinking water. She knows a lot about organizing a winning campaign, a little about Greg Abelard who persuaded her to help him, and next to nothing about the issue. That doesn’t stop her from jumping in feet first until she is up to her neck in dirty tricks, double dealing in the desert and a persistent cowboy who challenges her to believe in love again. And the ride of her life.
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Andrea Ibáñez makes her home in Tucson, Arizona. She was trained as an anthropologist at Syracuse University and Duke University specializing in primate behavior and the worked as a public administrator with the City of Tucson. She has published scores of articles about travel, culture, history, and the Southwest for the Tucson Weekly, Valley Guide Quarterly, Tucson Guide Quarterly and The New York Times. She was the author of the chapters on Tucson and Southern Arizona in Fodor’s Arizona and Fodor’s USA guide. She enjoys walking in the desert, hiking and anything outdoors.