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A steamy jungle, an ancient curse, a deadly secret—one big sweaty mess! From the award-winning author of the Deadwood Mystery Series comes LOOK WHAT THE WIND BLEW IN, the first book in the Dig Site Mystery series. Welcome to the jungle ... A headstrong and determined archaeologist. A tall, dark, and unwelcome photojournalist. Both are trying to unearth secrets that have A steamy jungle, an ancient curse, a deadly secret—one big sweaty mess! From the award-winning author of the Deadwood Mystery Series comes LOOK WHAT THE WIND BLEW IN, the first book in the Dig Site Mystery series. Welcome to the jungle ... A headstrong and determined archaeologist. A tall, dark, and unwelcome photojournalist. Both are trying to unearth secrets that have been long buried, but an ancient Maya curse threatens to destroy them ... unless they can learn to trust each other enough to make it out of the jungle alive.


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A steamy jungle, an ancient curse, a deadly secret—one big sweaty mess! From the award-winning author of the Deadwood Mystery Series comes LOOK WHAT THE WIND BLEW IN, the first book in the Dig Site Mystery series. Welcome to the jungle ... A headstrong and determined archaeologist. A tall, dark, and unwelcome photojournalist. Both are trying to unearth secrets that have A steamy jungle, an ancient curse, a deadly secret—one big sweaty mess! From the award-winning author of the Deadwood Mystery Series comes LOOK WHAT THE WIND BLEW IN, the first book in the Dig Site Mystery series. Welcome to the jungle ... A headstrong and determined archaeologist. A tall, dark, and unwelcome photojournalist. Both are trying to unearth secrets that have been long buried, but an ancient Maya curse threatens to destroy them ... unless they can learn to trust each other enough to make it out of the jungle alive.

30 review for Look What the Wind Blew In

  1. 4 out of 5

    Madeline Worrell

    I really enjoyed Ann Charles' new series. Taking place in the hot steamy jungle, an archeologist and her dad are stationed at a Mayan dig. When two uninvited guests show up; a photographer and another archeologist, a nefarious wind blows bringing in an evil curse. Ha Ha Ha Part mystery, part romance, part steamy jungle adventure and a whole lotta fun. I really enjoyed Ann Charles' new series. Taking place in the hot steamy jungle, an archeologist and her dad are stationed at a Mayan dig. When two uninvited guests show up; a photographer and another archeologist, a nefarious wind blows bringing in an evil curse. Ha Ha Ha Part mystery, part romance, part steamy jungle adventure and a whole lotta fun.

  2. 4 out of 5

    John W.

    “Look What the Wind Blew In” is the first book in Ann Charles’ new Dig Site Mystery series. Her readers enjoy a great plot and equally great characters. Charles gives her readers a new group of characters and plot inviting to join Dr. Angelica Garcia’s Architectural dig, regardless of location. Quint Parker, Violet Parker’s brother, is the male protagonist of Charles’ first book of the series. Charles informs her readers of Parker’s history including his multiple reasons for being at the dig sit “Look What the Wind Blew In” is the first book in Ann Charles’ new Dig Site Mystery series. Her readers enjoy a great plot and equally great characters. Charles gives her readers a new group of characters and plot inviting to join Dr. Angelica Garcia’s Architectural dig, regardless of location. Quint Parker, Violet Parker’s brother, is the male protagonist of Charles’ first book of the series. Charles informs her readers of Parker’s history including his multiple reasons for being at the dig site. Readers get to see what going on and know what he is thinking as they are inside Parker’s head. His agenda includes helping his childhood friend Jeff Hughes and his mother find answers to questions they have about Dr. Henry Hughes’ disappearance. As the plot picks up its pace, Charles adds more information about Quint’s role and enhances what readers are seeing from Quint’s perspective. Readers feel and see why there is a change of direction of the storyline. The female protagonist is Dr. Angelica Garcia, the lead archeologist for the dig. Readers are given details of her back story as well as information about her ex-husband Dr. Jared Steel. As Charles is continually enhancing Angelica’s character, readers are seeing events through her eyes and learn how Quint see Angelica There are support characters helping Quint and Angelica maintain enhancement of the storyline keeping readers aware of what is going on as the plot changes directions or new problems develop causing problems for the protagonists. In addition to working to maintain a schedule, Angelica and her father are dealing with strange events or occurrences being blamed on a curse. Angelica doesn’t believe in curses or coincidences as each new accident causes members of her crew to leave. Jared Steel is the main antagonist as he makes an appearance at the dig site flexing his muscle and trying to make things difficult for everyone. He dislike of Quint Parker is apparent as he tries to force Angelica to remove him from the site. Steel’s motives for disrupting the work at the site and his dislike of Parker will be able to welcome the charact This new series is a unique combination of all of the humor and drama Charles has given her readers in her other series. “Look What the Wind Blew In” involves readers in the fast moving ever changing plot, introducing them to a cast of unique characters. Each of the characters is well defined and believable. Charles helps readers understand their role in the entire story. The action starts on page one and continues to keep readers interest until reaching the surprising ending. “Look What the Wind Blew In” is a must read and I am happy to give it a 5 star ranking.

  3. 5 out of 5

    Casceil

    I really enjoyed this book. I've liked all of the author' books, so I expected a good story and interesting characters, and I got them. What I didn't expect was the level of authenticity the author created in the setting and story about archaeologists working in Mayan tombs. Long ago, when I was young, I wanted to be an archaeologist. In college, I studied Mesoamerican Archaeology (along with many other things). Thirty years ago, I spent a two-week vacation volunteering at a dig in Majorca. This I really enjoyed this book. I've liked all of the author' books, so I expected a good story and interesting characters, and I got them. What I didn't expect was the level of authenticity the author created in the setting and story about archaeologists working in Mayan tombs. Long ago, when I was young, I wanted to be an archaeologist. In college, I studied Mesoamerican Archaeology (along with many other things). Thirty years ago, I spent a two-week vacation volunteering at a dig in Majorca. This book brought back fond memories of getting up far too early in the morning, spending all day working hard in the heat, drenched in sweat, coated in dirt, fighting off bugs, and having a great time doing it. The characters were believable, even when they were talking about their finds and their theories. The author must have done a lot of research. The story mixes adventure, romance and humor in an entertaining blend. This appears to be the first book in a new series. I'm looking forward to the next installment.

  4. 5 out of 5

    Jo Ann Reinhold

    Ann Charles, author of the humorous adventures of Claire Morgan and her dysfunctional family in Jackrabbit Junction and the spooky, sexy adventures of the feisty Violet Parker and her friends and family in Deadwood, brings us Look what the Wind Blew In, book one in an all new Dig Site Mystery Series In Look what the Wind Blew In Ann introduces us to Violet's brother Quint as he meets up with the the fiery Angélica in the jungles of the Yucatan Peninsula in Mexico to solve a mystery. When these two Ann Charles, author of the humorous adventures of Claire Morgan and her dysfunctional family in Jackrabbit Junction and the spooky, sexy adventures of the feisty Violet Parker and her friends and family in Deadwood, brings us Look what the Wind Blew In, book one in an all new Dig Site Mystery Series In Look what the Wind Blew In Ann introduces us to Violet's brother Quint as he meets up with the the fiery Angélica in the jungles of the Yucatan Peninsula in Mexico to solve a mystery. When these two meet, sparks fly and the race to get the answers is on! Wonderful, sexy and funny, this is a great start to a new series!

  5. 4 out of 5

    RachelW (BamaGal)

    Pretty good, but it just didn't suck me in and keep me nearly as entertained as Violet Parker and the 'Deadwood' mysteries. I think I'm going to stick with that series. Pretty good, but it just didn't suck me in and keep me nearly as entertained as Violet Parker and the 'Deadwood' mysteries. I think I'm going to stick with that series.

  6. 4 out of 5

    Mandy

    LOVE LOVE LOVE IT Ann Charles makes you feel like you are settling down on the sofa with an old friend - no spoilers but this is a fun and spicy trip to the jungle - bet you don't guess the ending :o) LOVE LOVE LOVE IT Ann Charles makes you feel like you are settling down on the sofa with an old friend - no spoilers but this is a fun and spicy trip to the jungle - bet you don't guess the ending :o)

  7. 5 out of 5

    Renee

    My biggest complaint with Ann Charles' books is you can't put them down until you've finished, but then you're bummed it's over.. until the next one is released! My solution is to re-read them several times. This latest book is no exception. I really like the balancing act that Ann is able to achieve in her writing. Female characters are smart and strong but able to be tender and have a sense of humor. The mystery is well written, with the romance aspect woven in just the right amount. Great one My biggest complaint with Ann Charles' books is you can't put them down until you've finished, but then you're bummed it's over.. until the next one is released! My solution is to re-read them several times. This latest book is no exception. I really like the balancing act that Ann is able to achieve in her writing. Female characters are smart and strong but able to be tender and have a sense of humor. The mystery is well written, with the romance aspect woven in just the right amount. Great one-liners and fun situations make you laugh while you're cringing at the edge of your seat. The leading male character is Quint Parker, the brother of Violet Parker from her Deadwood series. I was a little worried about how he'd be written, since I feel I already "know" him from his being mentioned in the Deadwood series, but he was just as I had thought he would be. Ann's writing actually makes you think her characters are real people in real situations and settings. I really hope Ann sees fit to write about Quint and Angelica going to Rapid City to visit Violet and Doc and family, or may be they can all meet up in Jackrabbit Junction, Az (Jackrabbit Junction mysteries) in the future!

  8. 5 out of 5

    T

    Angelica is an archaeologist working a Mayan dig sight down in the Mexican Jungles. Who knew when she translated the writing’s on the wall of a temple that she would be unleashing a curse! Angelica of course doesn't believe in curses, but many of her crew is locals who do. Then when the accident’s started happening, trouble really begins. Of course with the wind that blew after the curse shows up Quint Parker a journalist from South Dakota that Angelica’s father Juan had brought down to write up Angelica is an archaeologist working a Mayan dig sight down in the Mexican Jungles. Who knew when she translated the writing’s on the wall of a temple that she would be unleashing a curse! Angelica of course doesn't believe in curses, but many of her crew is locals who do. Then when the accident’s started happening, trouble really begins. Of course with the wind that blew after the curse shows up Quint Parker a journalist from South Dakota that Angelica’s father Juan had brought down to write up an article on their dig sight in hopes to help future funding for their work. To add to the fun Angelica’s ex-husband and fellow archaeologist Jared shows up to stir the pot. This is where the fun really begins! Mystery, murder, and Mayan history creates a tale that you won’t soon forget! You won't want to put this book down! Add to all that some fireworks and romance, and you the story becomes one you won't soon forget! Ann Charles truly hit the mark with this new series and I just can’t wait to see what trouble Quint and the gang get into next!

  9. 5 out of 5

    Heather Chargualaf

    What is there to say but great job Ann. Wondered how a new series would be when she has the other 2 that I love and this is a start of the 3rd series I will love. It does mention Violet but you don't need to read that series to enjoy this book. Read the book you won't be disappointed. What is there to say but great job Ann. Wondered how a new series would be when she has the other 2 that I love and this is a start of the 3rd series I will love. It does mention Violet but you don't need to read that series to enjoy this book. Read the book you won't be disappointed.

  10. 5 out of 5

    Cathi

    I liked this as a first in a series, it was well written and an enjoyable story. It wasn't as funny as the Deadwood series but it was a lot better than the Jackrabbit series. I liked this as a first in a series, it was well written and an enjoyable story. It wasn't as funny as the Deadwood series but it was a lot better than the Jackrabbit series.

  11. 4 out of 5

    Denise Keef

    The problem I have found with Ann Charles' books is that once I start reading them, I can’t put them down and her newest book “Look What The Wind Blew In” from a brand new series entitled A Dig Site Mystery was no exception! This story centers around an ancient burial ground of the Mayan people, an archeologist named Angelica Garcia, her father Juan Garcia who is also an archeologist and one handsome photojournalist Clint Parker who happens to be the brother of Violet Parker from The Deadwood Hu The problem I have found with Ann Charles' books is that once I start reading them, I can’t put them down and her newest book “Look What The Wind Blew In” from a brand new series entitled A Dig Site Mystery was no exception! This story centers around an ancient burial ground of the Mayan people, an archeologist named Angelica Garcia, her father Juan Garcia who is also an archeologist and one handsome photojournalist Clint Parker who happens to be the brother of Violet Parker from The Deadwood Humorous Mystery series by Ms Charles. There is also a host of other characters that some you will come to love and one that you will not like…at all! But all these characters…written so vividly that you will picture them in your mind all lend so much to this story as it evolves. Every scene is described in detail that you will see the ancient ruins…the deep dark jungle and you will smell the deliciously described meals prepared by Maria the digs chief cook. Once the mystery unfolds you will be drawn into the world of discovery…treachery…romance and friendship among all of these magnificent characters who all come together to help solve the ancient secrets that began so very long ago. If you aren’t a fan of Ann’s yet…I guarantee you will be after reading this story which I definitely recommend and also her two other series The Deadwood Humorous Mysteries and The Jackrabbit Junction Mysteries. All of which will give you hours of entertainment and enjoyment and leaving you wanting and waiting for the next book to come out! Kudos Ann on once again writing such a wonderfully…entertaining story!

  12. 5 out of 5

    Elaina

    This first book in Ann Charles' Dig Site Mystery Series takes place in the Yucatan of hot and steamy Mexico. In this book we meet Dr. Angelica Garcia, her father Dr. Juan Garcia (who we met briefly in The Great Jackalope Stampede), and finally Quint Parker (the brother of Violet Parker from the Deadwood Mystery Series who gave Violet her purple boots). Angelica is the head archeologist on a dig site in Mexico where she works for the Mexican government. Her father, Juan (also an archeologist) is t This first book in Ann Charles' Dig Site Mystery Series takes place in the Yucatan of hot and steamy Mexico. In this book we meet Dr. Angelica Garcia, her father Dr. Juan Garcia (who we met briefly in The Great Jackalope Stampede), and finally Quint Parker (the brother of Violet Parker from the Deadwood Mystery Series who gave Violet her purple boots). Angelica is the head archeologist on a dig site in Mexico where she works for the Mexican government. Her father, Juan (also an archeologist) is there helping with funding from the University of Arizona, but his funding could be cut when Angelica's ex-husband shows up attempting to blackmail her back into his life. Angelica and her father are working to find proof to the theory that made her mother the laughing stock of the archeological community. Quint is a photojournalist who is on a mission to solve the mystery behind the death of his best friend's father. He is surprised to learn that Angelica is the archeologist in charge, not Juan, and that she is nothing like he imagined the ex-wife of former rival Jared Steele. The race is on to determine whether the theory is true, whether Dr. Hughes' death was an accident or murder, and whether all of the havoc at the dig site is the result of a curse or someone with a more sinister plan. This book has everything I love to read in a book...humor, mystery and romance. I giggled, snorted and laughed out loud all the way through this book. If you are already a fan of Ann Charles, this book will not disappoint. If you have never read one of her books, I would highly recommend ANY (actually ALL) of them.

  13. 4 out of 5

    Debbie

    Award-winning author Ann Charles has done it again! I thoroughly enjoyed this first book in her new Dig Site mystery series! Readers familiar with Ms. Charles' previous work will find similar page turning and often very funny adventure in this newest tale, and those not familiar with her work are in for a surprising treat! Some of you may recognize the main character, Quint Parker, as the photojournalist brother of Ms. Charles' Deadwood humorous mystery series' protagonist, Violet Parker. Quint Award-winning author Ann Charles has done it again! I thoroughly enjoyed this first book in her new Dig Site mystery series! Readers familiar with Ms. Charles' previous work will find similar page turning and often very funny adventure in this newest tale, and those not familiar with her work are in for a surprising treat! Some of you may recognize the main character, Quint Parker, as the photojournalist brother of Ms. Charles' Deadwood humorous mystery series' protagonist, Violet Parker. Quint is a handsome fellow with a magnetic personality, especially magnetic for Angelica, the archeologist with whom he is working at a Maya ruins dig. Or IS he working with her!? Quint and Angelica, along with the rest of the cast of characters, an exotic location, and an ancient curse and mystery made this book impossible to put down! "Look What the Wind Blew In" and the new series it begins looks to be another winner in Ms. Charles' already impressive collection of books, including the Deadwood and Jackrabbit Junction humorous mystery series.

  14. 4 out of 5

    Susan

    Once again Ann Charles has created characters that you fall in love with. As usual, I am blown away by the depth and detail in the world she creates. Quint and Angelica are another couple that you won't be able to get enough of. And of course, Juan - Angelica's father - is the comic relief! If I didn't know better, I'd think he was related to Manny from Jackrabbit Junction. I'm really looking forward to what else Quint, Angelica and the rest of the gang can get into. Once again Ann Charles has created characters that you fall in love with. As usual, I am blown away by the depth and detail in the world she creates. Quint and Angelica are another couple that you won't be able to get enough of. And of course, Juan - Angelica's father - is the comic relief! If I didn't know better, I'd think he was related to Manny from Jackrabbit Junction. I'm really looking forward to what else Quint, Angelica and the rest of the gang can get into.

  15. 4 out of 5

    Toni Mortensen

    Ann Charles is one of my favorite authors. She writes funny, fast-paced mysteries. Strong characters, authentic well researched background starts this new series with a book that I read in a day. The main character is Quint, brother to Violet from the Deadwood series. It takes place in the jungle and there is an ancient curse that might be affecting everyone. A beautiful archaeologist and her father, ex-husband and superstitious locals make for a great story.

  16. 5 out of 5

    Jan Woodruff dobbins

    Ever since I read about Violet’s brother, Quint, in Ann Charles’ Deadwood series I've wanted to read his story and I’m excited that it’s here! This book is even more exciting than I anticipated. Lots of plot twists and turns and plenty of sexiness make this a book that’s near impossible to put down. Ann now has 3 series going and they are all top notch. If this is the first book of hers that you read please, do yourself a favor and read her other series too. You will not be disappointed. Ever since I read about Violet’s brother, Quint, in Ann Charles’ Deadwood series I've wanted to read his story and I’m excited that it’s here! This book is even more exciting than I anticipated. Lots of plot twists and turns and plenty of sexiness make this a book that’s near impossible to put down. Ann now has 3 series going and they are all top notch. If this is the first book of hers that you read please, do yourself a favor and read her other series too. You will not be disappointed.

  17. 4 out of 5

    Dena

    I have been a fan of Ann Charles other series, Deadwood. Her stories pull me in, spurring my imagination to give the characters each their own voices. So imagine my excitement when a new world of characters opened up for me. This book is funny, mysterious, and definitely on my list of new series to read. So I recommend that you let the wind blow you on over to the purchase button and buy it quickly!

  18. 5 out of 5

    Julia David

    Another great story from Ann Charles. Loved the characters. Angelica and her father are trying to find some answers to her mother's research. Clint was asked by Juan to come in and do a story on their dig. Add Angelica's ex-husband, a cute little javelina, a curse and you have a really good mystery. Another great story from Ann Charles. Loved the characters. Angelica and her father are trying to find some answers to her mother's research. Clint was asked by Juan to come in and do a story on their dig. Add Angelica's ex-husband, a cute little javelina, a curse and you have a really good mystery.

  19. 4 out of 5

    Carolyn

    I always had a thing for Violet's brother, now I know why. Awesome story with lots of Mayan legends and history. A great yarn with mystery, danger, romance and intrigue. Can't wait for the next one. I always had a thing for Violet's brother, now I know why. Awesome story with lots of Mayan legends and history. A great yarn with mystery, danger, romance and intrigue. Can't wait for the next one.

  20. 4 out of 5

    Michele Hammond

    Love the witty humor of Ann Charles, it shines through in this book. This is a new series, and little different setting than her other books, but the obvious research and attention to detail make it very intriguing . Mystery, adventure and romance at its best, you won't be disappointed ! Love the witty humor of Ann Charles, it shines through in this book. This is a new series, and little different setting than her other books, but the obvious research and attention to detail make it very intriguing . Mystery, adventure and romance at its best, you won't be disappointed !

  21. 4 out of 5

    Darlene Robins

    I enjoyed Ann's other series, but this one drew me in not just for the characters, but also because of the mystery. Two thumbs up. I enjoyed Ann's other series, but this one drew me in not just for the characters, but also because of the mystery. Two thumbs up.

  22. 5 out of 5

    Linda Roberts

    GREAT!!! Loved it! Highly recommend to anyone who enjoys a great read!

  23. 4 out of 5

    Kelly

    Angelica and Quint butt heads pretty much from the first. They both have reasons they want kept hidden as to what they're actually doing on the dig site and the longer they keep quiet on those reasons the more suspicious they seem to one another. No, wait. I don't think Quint was ever suspicious of Angelica and what she was doing, it was more like he was...concerned by how hard she kept pushing herself and for her propensity for doing some of the things she was doing alone. Especially when thing Angelica and Quint butt heads pretty much from the first. They both have reasons they want kept hidden as to what they're actually doing on the dig site and the longer they keep quiet on those reasons the more suspicious they seem to one another. No, wait. I don't think Quint was ever suspicious of Angelica and what she was doing, it was more like he was...concerned by how hard she kept pushing herself and for her propensity for doing some of the things she was doing alone. Especially when things started heating up and people were getting hurt. Plus, her douchecanoe ex-husband irritated him. To be fair, her ex irritated Angelica, too. She was just a lot less subtle about showing it. Ancient curses, dangerous archaeology, sweltering heat, a lot a lot a lot of sweat (SO MUCH SWEAT!), steam-generating looks (partially because of all the sweating everyone was doing, I have to assume), and an encounter or two of the sexy variety...GOOD STUFF. -Kelly @ Reading the Paranormal

  24. 5 out of 5

    Terry

    As I am fan of the Ann Charles Deadwood series, I thought I would try this one, especially when Kobo had it on sale for 99 cents. I can tell you this, it was worth much more than a dollar. What a great new story-line. I always appreciate Ann's use of strong female lead characters in her mysteries. This novel is set in the Mexican jungle in the ruins of a Mayan temple. An archaeologist and her father are excavating the dig site under contract with the university they work for, but also under the As I am fan of the Ann Charles Deadwood series, I thought I would try this one, especially when Kobo had it on sale for 99 cents. I can tell you this, it was worth much more than a dollar. What a great new story-line. I always appreciate Ann's use of strong female lead characters in her mysteries. This novel is set in the Mexican jungle in the ruins of a Mayan temple. An archaeologist and her father are excavating the dig site under contract with the university they work for, but also under the watchful eye of the Mexican government. Two uninvited guests show up and the mystery ensues. Action, adventure a little bit of romance is weaved throughout the story. An excellent read.

  25. 5 out of 5

    Susan

    The first in a series that's a spinoff of the Deadwood Series. I really liked Violet's brother, Quint. This book is set in the jungles of Mexcio and combines ancient curses and modern archeology and romance as Quint goes to a dig in Mexico to find out what happened to his old professor and falls head over heels for the archeologist is digging at the site now, Angelica Garcia. Danger mystery and a few giggles ensue as we meet some unforgettable characters in the steamy jungle. The first in a series that's a spinoff of the Deadwood Series. I really liked Violet's brother, Quint. This book is set in the jungles of Mexcio and combines ancient curses and modern archeology and romance as Quint goes to a dig in Mexico to find out what happened to his old professor and falls head over heels for the archeologist is digging at the site now, Angelica Garcia. Danger mystery and a few giggles ensue as we meet some unforgettable characters in the steamy jungle.

  26. 5 out of 5

    Patricia

    I liked this book. The setting is a archological dig in Mexico. The head archologist is a woman. Her father is assisting her. The site had been explored previously 20 years before and more recently by her parents. Her mother has died. The head archologist disapeared 20 years ago. Enter 2 men who had worked on the 20 years ago dig. One is her x. The books had me laughing at times. I have read another book by this author and didn't care for it. I liked this one. I liked this book. The setting is a archological dig in Mexico. The head archologist is a woman. Her father is assisting her. The site had been explored previously 20 years before and more recently by her parents. Her mother has died. The head archologist disapeared 20 years ago. Enter 2 men who had worked on the 20 years ago dig. One is her x. The books had me laughing at times. I have read another book by this author and didn't care for it. I liked this one.

  27. 5 out of 5

    Becky Miller

    I enjoy every second of Ann Charles's books Quint's story is exciting, mysterious, dangerous, romantic and a great read. Make sure your kindle is fully charged, your not going to want to put it down. I'm downloading the second book in the series as I write this because I can't wait to see what happens next! I enjoy every second of Ann Charles's books Quint's story is exciting, mysterious, dangerous, romantic and a great read. Make sure your kindle is fully charged, your not going to want to put it down. I'm downloading the second book in the series as I write this because I can't wait to see what happens next!

  28. 4 out of 5

    Anita Rheinhart

    This book has good characters, who makes you feel like you are right there in the jungle with them. I had a feeling he was no good and the one who was causing all the trouble. I am looking forward to the next book. I am glad he found who he was looking for and she got the shell she needed to further her future.

  29. 5 out of 5

    Cathy G

    Good story, too much sexual tension going on, every other sentence was full of lustful thoughts on both Clint his chick... not sure I will want to read any more in series,,,, it was ok . story had hopes, lost me on all the other stuff going on.

  30. 4 out of 5

    Nikki Riley

    Super fun read with an engaging story line and whip smart characters. Sass abound along with some clearly well researched folklore, means I get to learn a little while chuckling at the banter between some well formed characters. Very much looking forward to reading the next book in the series.

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