Title: Finding Love’s Wings
Series: Love’s Wings (1)
Genre: Contemporary Romance
CAMERON ENDERS seems to have it all: a brand new condo in a city she loves, a top executive position at an international entertainment firm, an insane amount of money, and a gorgeous boyfriend. But when Cami catches the boyfriend in the act with another woman, it triggers all the anguish from years of neglect by her parents, and she realizes she never learned how to love or be loved. Cami flees to the remote tropical island of Tarah, but she can’t avoid facing her problems any longer when she meets the man of her fantasies…
TRISTAN MICHAELS, one of Hollywood’s hottest new stars, has come to Tarah to ride out a storm. His girlfriend of five years has been caught on camera cheating, and she’s determined to make Tristan stop the story from breaking.But Tristan’s done cleaning up her messes. He needs to escape all things Hollywood for a while–and especially the firm that represents him–until the whole thing blows over. What he doesn’t count on is meeting an irresistibly beautiful woman, a woman who just so happens to be the CEO of the firm he’s trying to avoid.

Can Tristan and Cami help each other learn to trust and love again, or will their histories of betrayal tear them apart?



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About Finding Love’s Wings –
Edited by: Sione Aeschliman
Original Cover Design by Olivia Rivers
Current Cover Design by Parajunkee Design
Finding Love’s Wings is Zoey’s Debut Novel, originally published May 5th, 2013 as a 31st birthday present to herself.

In 2014, Finding Love’s Wings was recovered and re-released prior to Chasing Love’s Wings release on May 27th, 2014. The original cover, while Zoey’s original idea wasn’t quite what she was after.

Finding Love’s Wings, to this day, remains Zoey’s baby. In fact, she loves the characters of Cami and Tristan so much that you can find them in One Week, Claiming Addison, Craving Talon, Redeeming Kyle, Taming Dex and Devouring Raine.

Is this story complete?
Finding Love’s Wings AND Chasing Love’s Wings can both be read as a stand alone. While better together, you can certainly pick up Chasing Love’s Wings without reading Finding Love’s Wings.

What’s with the Title?
The title is a play on words. Something that may be more obvious once you step onto the Paradise Island of Tarah and fall head over heels in love with Cami and Tristan.

Take a journey to an island paradise and fall in love!