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ï Heart of Fire Á Download by ✓ Linda Howard Heart of Fire like HEART ON FIRE Jillian is an archaeologist who followed in her father s footsteps He s now deceased and his reputation has been tarnished His former colleagues think of him as a crackpot They never believed that he found a lost city Jillian sets out to prove her dad was right.
Ben is a local river guide and is hired to take Jillian, her shifty half brother and his friend to this lost city Ms Howard heats this book up with a mixture of a gutsy Jillian and a macho Ben Their combination makes for a steamy adventure along the river.
Standalone Linda Howard never disappoints This was an adventure filled, adrenaline taught, sexy and sensual book Ben Lewis was an extremely seductive and intelligent man I loved how he masqueraded as a no good drunk to hide the sheer cunning and witty personality I grew to love Seeing a man brought to his knees by a smart and unlikely woman is so gratifying Jillian Sherwood wasn t Ben s type but he couldn t stop obsessing about her, an obsession that turned to love The funny banter and engaging plot makes this book unputdownable The descriptions of the and all it entails was so detailed I felt I was actually there, and don t even get me started on the steam What I love about this author is her ability to write incredibly sensual and raw sexy time She doesn t waste 5 STARS Jillian Sherwood is passionate and dedicated to her work She grew up as a curious little girl, fascinated by her famous archaeologist dad stories about lost world and civilizations, epic legends of long gone women warriors Her dad was himself so taken with those myths, he lost all integrity trying desperately to prove the Historian Community he was right His obsession cost him any reliability and he left behind the reputation of being a crackpot.
Jillian, now all grown up, followed her deceased father s footsteps, and became a talented archaeologist Unfortunately, she just missed a great opportunity to participate a tremendous expedition because of her last name Sherwood is still associated to her Dad s loon ideas, and it s not the first time it has caused her prejudice, despite being brilliant at what she does.
Tired and enraged, she decides it 4 stars Romantic SuspenseThis was a steamy, entertaining adventure romance with a smart, spunky archaeologist heroine and a hot alpha hero who guides her through the wilds of the in search of a mythical lost city In the midst of battling bad guys and the perils of the jungle, they find themselves intensely attracted to each other And when they finally succumb to their volatile desires YOWZA There s a sex scene in the rain that s so explosive and smokin hot that the H h literally have steam coming off of them afterward The hero has sexual stamina that would put the Energizer Bunny and the Rabbit vibrator to complete shame So if you re a fan of Linda Howard, romantic suspense with action adventure, and sexually charged alpha heroes, then you might enjoy this 4 stars
You re mine, and you re going to admit it no matter how long I have to keep after youI love Linda Howard s books Her heroes are always pure alphas, very protective and possessive and the heroines feisty And this book was no exception.
Jillian Sherwood is determined to prove that her father s theory about a lost city that was inhabited by warrior women was true She ll even put up with her lazy half brother who hates her, the financial backer he procured to help them on their expedition, who gives her a very cold feeling, and Ben Lewis, the over confident and highly recommended river guide Who goes out of his way to taunt her with his wicked words, looks and touchBut everyone seems to have their own hidden agendas, and Jillian will have to decide whether she can trust Ben to get her out of the alive, and whether she can trust him with her body and her Theimage error I have to admit I was kinda wary of reading this booknot the book specifically, but a Linda Howard book I ve read books of hers that I ve loved, but the last one I read Burn left a really sour taste in my mouth And I found myself not quite wanting to read another LH book yeteven though I knew this was an older one of hers and a lot better different than her newer stuff I made myself read it, though, since it had been in Mt TBR for a couple years I rather enjoyed the book, though it wasn t perfect.
Summary Jillian Sherwood grew listening to her father s tales of ancient civilizations and various myths and half truths And she grew up wanting to be just like him What Jillian didn t realize until she was older was that other archeologists considered her father a crackpot with his unsubstan