Wednesday, August 8, 2012

Wilderness Liaison by Anne Ashby

The concrete jungle defines financier Shal Gregory, who thrives on the sheer vitality of the fast-paced corporate world. Until he find himself alone in the thick of the New Zealand bush with a feisty guide who despises everything he stands for.

Jodie Mathieson's devotion to the wilderness fulfills her. She isn't prepared for an intimate liaison with a man who clearly does not share her love of the great outdoors. When sparks between them ignite-Jodi runs.

Bewildered but determined, Shal tracks Jodie down, resolving to convince her that having differing life goals isn't enough to keep them apart.

Tifferz Take-

I love to travel and want to go to New Zealand. Well, after reading Wilderness Liaison. New Zealand has been bumped up on my travel list. Ms. Ashby did such an great job describing the scenery that I want to go camping. And I am not a huge camper. I love that Shal and Jodie do not like each other when they meet and for some time. The tension was so thick. Excellent writing and the story has a good pace and some unexpected developments. I also like that Shal and Jodie had flaws and had to work at the relationship. It was not always smooth sailing. I think if you need a trip and can't afford one get this book and enjoy the ride. I can't wait to check out all Ms. Ashbys work.
Just fyi this has a handful of swear words and some descriptive foreplay. All sex is behind closed doors.

source: author for review

you can pick up the kindle book here

you can pick up the paperback here

Here is Ms. Ashby's website here


  1. Hi Tifferz,

    Thanks for posting Wilderness Liaison and for giving it such a great write up. You couldn't have done me more proud than with your comments about New Zealand. I'm striving to display some of my great country into stories and your reaction suggests I've achieved that. Great, thank you.

  2. Wilderness Liaison sounds great! I agree about New Zealand. I've read a few books set there, and it makes me really want to visit. Thanks for sharing and congrats on publishing with The Wild Rose Press. They're a wonderful publishers!

  3. TWRP sure are the best, I agree. Thanks for stopping by

  4. If you enjoy stories of other cultures perhaps you'd enjoy my earlier story "Worlds Apart" which is currently selling for .99
    While not set in New Zealand, its about a Kiwi visiting MD who finds odd cultural & language differences she didn't expect.