The Price of Passion
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The Price of Passion

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He searched the world for priceless treasures -- but she was the greatest jewel he ever possessed. Can their reckless hearts learn to love, before they discover the price of passion?

Bold, reckless adventurer A. David Evans would do anything to regain the love of beautiful, daring Cleo Fraser, the siren he once possessed and was betrayed by. Now, he has returned to the Hi...more
Paperback, 384 pages
Published January 9th 2001 by Avon (first published January 1st 2001)
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Cleopatra Fraser is an independent woman. Her historian father raised her in Egypt and Greece ? and paid far more attention to his search for Alexander the Great's tomb than he did to her. Now, the family is in Scotland, where her father plans to unveil Alexander-related artifacts at the opening of a new museum.

Enter A. David Evans. The 'A' stands for Azrael, but Cleo always called him Angel. She made love to him once, when she was 16, and he was working for her father. She believed Angel was le...more
I started this book because it sounded like a fun adventure with hero/heroine snapping at each other all the time to hide a deeper feeling, and the promise of lost treasure to be found. Even the author described it as Indiana Jones in Scotland.

Unfortunately, this book did not engage me in the least. I gave it 150 pages then put it aside. There was alot of exposition at the beginning then one boring scenario after another followed. Even those exchanges between hero/heroine I'd described as a 'bi...more
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