Nikki Arana The Winds of Sonoma

ISBN 13: 9781448640201

The Winds of Sonoma

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Angelica Amante must make a career-ending moral decision when the high profile, New York law firm she works for demands that she use her brilliant legal talent to exploit the poorest of the poor. Blackballed in New York, she returns to her parents' California wine country estate determined to start over. There she meets Antonio, an illiterate stable hand who cleans the stalls of her father's Arabian horses. He has an inner strength, integrity, and peace that she longs for in this time of turmoil. And soon she is drawn to him in a way she cannot deny. Angelica finds herself fighting her mother's prejudice and her father's insistence that she pursue the lifestyle she was groomed for. With her mother seriously ill and her father on the edge of financial ruin, must she betray her family to be true to herself? One decision will change her life forever. This book has won many awards. Visit www.nikkiarana.com.

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This decision could change her life forever. But how can Angelica choose between her career and her heart? As the rising star of a prominent law firm and the only daughter of a wealthy horse-ranching family, Angelica Amante has everything money could buy. Things can only get better for her. Or so she thought. When she's offered a promotion, Angelica is suddenly confronted with a life-changing decision. Should she continue to work for a company that profits by taking advantage of the poor, or take a stand against injustice and put her career in jeopardy? Then Angelica meets Antonio, a handsome and determined worker on her father's ranch. As she gets to know him, Angelica discovers that Antonio has left his poverty-stricken home in Guadalajara, Mexico, and illegally crossed the U.S. border to find work. Immediately Angelica's compassion is reawakened. Soon coinciding circumstances and conflicting lifestyles cause their worlds to collide, and Angelica and Antonio find themselves at a crossroad of faith, love, and selfless commitment that will forever alter both their lives.

About the Author:

Nikki Arana is an award-winning author of women's fiction, essays, poetry, and magazine articles whose work has been published in the United States and Canada. She has won several national awards, including the American Christian Fiction Book of the Year for Women's Fiction for two consecutive years, the Beacon Award, the Excellence in Media Silver Angel Award, the Write Touch Readers Award, and others. Her book, The Winds of Sonoma was named One of the Top 20 Books of the Year by Christianbook.com. Nikki is also the recipient of the Jessie Cameron Alison Writer of the Year Award and the Idaho State Writer of the Year Award. Nikki and her husband of thirty-three years live in Coeur d'Alene, Idaho. They have two grown sons.

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