Tiger Dance

Tiger Dance INNOCENT HEART IN A PAGAN PARADISEHer search for her missing father brings determined Lorna Fairfield to the exotic island of Kali Simpang In this mysterious land of savagery and superstition she see

  • Title: Tiger Dance
  • Author: Jillian Hunter
  • ISBN: 9780380760954
  • Page: 455
  • Format: Paperback
  • INNOCENT HEART IN A PAGAN PARADISEHer search for her missing father brings determined Lorna Fairfield to the exotic island of Kali Simpang In this mysterious land of savagery and superstition, she seeks the aid of dashing British officer Ross St James torn between a single minded devotion to finding her lost loved one and her soul s insistent yearning for the viriINNOCENT HEART IN A PAGAN PARADISEHer search for her missing father brings determined Lorna Fairfield to the exotic island of Kali Simpang In this mysterious land of savagery and superstition, she seeks the aid of dashing British officer Ross St James torn between a single minded devotion to finding her lost loved one and her soul s insistent yearning for the virile adventurer who would guide her through the heart of darkness.Stirred by the courage of the haunting, flame haired beauty, fearing for Lorna s safety in this world of cannibals and bloodthirsty cults, Ross agrees to join her expedition into the jungle from which no stranger has ever returned prepared to sacrifice his very life for the love that is to be their magnificent destiny.

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    1. For all its exotic locale and jungle trek, I thought the story could have been a little more exciting. Maybe the events Hunter wove for the tale in that part of the world were too far off the track for me, an inveterate Regency romance reader. It wasn't a bad read (oh dear, there's the damn with faint praise phrase), but the hero and heroine weren't memorable (yikes, it happened again).What blew me away was the cover. I kept the book just for that. The colors are sensual and eye-popping, like lo [...]

    2. This is one of the first romance novels I read. I was about 13 and reading while at boarding school. I remember reading it and crying at the end. I finally bought it on (It's no longer in print)

    3. so i thought it'd be fun, racy trash novel. not so! spent more time rolling my eyes than actually reading. had to put it to rest. ah well

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