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THE PANTHER AND THE PYRAMID
by Bonnie Vanak

Genre: Historical Romance
Sensuality: HOT
Setting: 1896 England and Egypt

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As searing and exotic as the desert sun, Vanak's sexy adventure boasts three-dimensional characters and a depth of emotion underlying a roller-coaster treasure hunt. Vanak is moving into the ranks of the finest romantic adventure writers with this thrilling read.

As a child, Graham Tristan saw his parents murdered while he was brutally tormented by his Bedouin captors. He grew into a fierce warrior known as The Panther, riding with the Khamsin, Warriors of the Wind. He returns to England to claim his English title as Duke of Caldwell, yet the nightmares of a red-haired, green-eyed woman haunt him until the night
his vision comes to life in a room in
a brothel.

Determined to take command of her life, Lady Jillian plans to lose her virginity, ruining her father's plans for her marriage. Little does she know that the man who buys her "services" is as untried as she, and that the passion they share that night will change their lives forever.
When Graham discovers Jillian's identity as a noblewoman he announces they will marry, and fate thrusts them into a dangerous treasure hunt that leads back to Egypt and deep into Graham's past -- a past of horror that only Jillian's love can heal. (Leisure, Sep., 384 pp., $6.99)

Reviewed By: Kathe Robin

Publisher: Leisure

Published: September 2006

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