River of Nightmares (Rogue Angel #47)
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River of Nightmares (Rogue Angel #47)

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The secrets of the dead inspire the deadly intent of the living on the banks of the Amazon…

Deep in the Amazon jungle, a tribe holds the key to the truest form of dreaming—where the human spirit walks the petal-thin line between life and death. In an elaborate ceremony, the dreamer ingests a toxic brew, then submerges herself in an herbal bath that turns human skin a vivid...more
Paperback, 320 pages
Published March 4th 2014 by Gold Eagle
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Lianne Burwell
I was a little ambivalent about this volume of the series. On the one hand, it was an enjoyable read. But there were a lot of questionable plot elements, which are hidden because, well, spoilers

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Was pleasantly surprised by this book.
Picked it up figuring it would be a quick read, which it was, and was drawn in by the author's description of the Brazilian Rain Forest and the tribes of unnamed peoples. Plot was interesting enough to cover any elements that might be stale and loose ends were all tied up in the end.
Looking forward to reading some of the other books in this series.
Part of my love of this book has to do with my fascination with the rainforest in general. Doing a story for Chasing Histories Monsters all about the Amazon was an amazing idea! I just cannot help but hope that they attempt the Amazon again because if they discovered soooo much with the little bit of the Amazon they explored, I can only imagine the adventures to be found further down the river. Natives, monsters rumored to exist straight out of history, and the dangers of the Amazon in general a...more
John Hanscom
A very good representative of this series.
These books are my "guilty pleasure", but this one was a chore. Not sure which of the stable of writers wrote this one, but it is so disjointed and poorly written. Annja is completely out of character, and she and Roux survive ridiculous encounters. Days literally go by in mere sentences. Perhaps it is the "dream" element at work, and the fact that nothing seems to make sense is intentional, but it makes for a very poor read. Maybe Graphic Audio can save this one!
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A house name for the Rogue Angel series, published by the Harlequin Publishing's Gold Eagle division.

The first eight novels were written by Victor Milan and Mel Odom. New writers joining the series starting with book nine include Jon Merz and Joseph Nassise.
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