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Dear Authors: The reviews in this blog are only personal opinions. I have absolutely no background in literature, writing or reviewing. I am a Librarian (actually a Library Technician for those who care OR know the difference) with a love for a good story. The opinions in the reviews are ONLY my OPINIONS. I am not commenting on the writers ability since well -- I am not a writer and never will be. If you are the author of any of the books reviewed here, my opinion is just that and not a judgment against you!
Wednesday, September 1, 2010
Desire Me by Robyn DeHart: Mini Book Review
by Robyn DeHart
Descripton: Years ago, Maxwell Barrett found a map to Atlantis and dedicated his life to the search for the mystical lost continent. But when an alluring woman makes a wager for the priceless artifact, he may have discovered an even greater treasure.
A descendant of Atlantis, Sabine Tobias needs the map to decipher an ancient prophecy. What she doesn't need are the sparks flying between her and Max. He's too devilishly charming to be trusted: The fate of her people is at stake as well as her heart. Yet a ruthless killer also covets the map. Now Max and Sabine must race to decode the prophecy's riddle before this criminal fulfills his deadly mission.
Review: Just going to do a quick review on this one, as I didn't write any notes or anything. This was a delightful quick read that I read yesterday while off sick. It made me forget for a while how crappy I felt while I lost myself in the authors well written story. An interesting take on the Atlantis theory with lots of unusual and interesting characters. The Hero is an intelligent hero with a bid of a naughty streak, which is always fun to read and the heroine is strong and feisty and doesn't take crap from the hero. A lovely story for reading at the beach, on a cold Canadian winter night or just while home sick. I will also be heading out to the library or book store to check out some of the authors other books. Fans of Amada Quick will enjoy.
I won this from another blog (Sorry cannot remember from which one) and I didn't have to review it, I just felt like it since it was such a delightfully light read.