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Amazon Sunset (Paradise) (Volume 1) Paperback – April 19, 2014
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such skill, that the reader cares about them immediately. The exciting trip through the rainforest
is very real. What adventure is complete without a chilling villain? Romance and the revelation
of family secrets completes a very good read.CS
The son of a duke, Felix is bitter about his past. He was disowned by his family and had his heart broken by a selfish, wealthy woman. Felix is now convinced that all women are cruel, especially rich, pampered women, like Katrina Landon.
Katrina lets Felix believe she is a wealthy woman, afraid to tell him of her past, and eager for him to see just how used to hard work she really is. Felix is impressed by her hard work and the genuine concern and kindness she shows for his men. Before he knows it, he's falling in love with her.
Meanwhile, strange things are happening in the jungle. Fire ant colonies are turning up where they never had before, crocodiles are living in unusual waters, one of his men diasappears, and another is killed. Someone clearly doesn't want Katrina to reach her father's plantation, but who, and why?
My favorite part about this novel was that the author used the Amazon as a back drop, rather than typical Regency England. It was a refreshing change. The chemistry between Katrina and Felix sizzled from the instant they met. My only complaint is that some parts of the story were totally implausible- how could the villian really control where fire ants made their colony, and how could he force crocodiles to stay in a certain body of water?
This is a clean novel- only one scene where Felix leaves a tavern, having clearly "bedded a tavern wench" the night before.
A great read, loved it!
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