The Orchid Hunter

More hunter than botanist, Dr Jessie Robards had dedicated her life to tracking down the world s rarest flowers But finding the Death Orchid was different The legendary medicinal flower could save her dying uncleif she could keep the precious bloom out of her greedy competitors hands But she d need than her scientific mind and strong legs to survive the perils ofMore hunter than botanist, Dr Jessie Robards had dedicated her life to tracking down the world s rarest flowers But finding the Death Orchid was different The legendary medicinal flower could save her dying uncle if she could keep the precious bloom out of her greedy competitors hands But she d need than her scientific mind and strong legs to survive the perils of the This time the independent adventurer would need the courage to trust a man she barely knew on a journey into the heart of darkness.
The Orchid Hunter More hunter than botanist Dr Jessie Robards had dedicated her life to tracking down the world s rarest flowers But finding the Death Orchid was different The legendary medicinal flower could save her

  • Title: The Orchid Hunter
  • Author: Sandra K. Moore
  • ISBN: 9780373513499
  • Page: 152
  • Format: Paperback
  • 1 thought on “The Orchid Hunter”

    1. This is a perfectly crafted story by a master storyteller who's a talented author. Lots of action, romance, and drama in an exotic setting. What more could one ask?

    2. THE ORCHID HUNTER manages to capture the essence of the Silhouette Bombshell line about as well as I've ever seen. A highly charged action-adventure tale with a romantic subplot, Ms. Moore has managed to interweave a ton of separate plot elements into a book that is destined to become a feature on your keeper shelf. For Jessica Robards, keeping her client supplied with the rarest flowers found the world over is a job that takes dedication, skill, and an unerring sense of survival. Linus von Brut [...]

    3. This could’ve been great if it wasn’t for the heroine going all James-Bond/Indiana-Jones on the reader in the first few chapters. For a botanist that was quite a change of pace.The rest of the story pretty much went blah from there and stayed blah until the end. I felt absolutely no connection. Disappointing.

    4. I like her voice so far. Just started!---I really enjoyed this book: great writing, wonderful sassy narrative voice; intriguing and topical issues in the plot. Great job Sandra!

    5. Cool, nice reading in a Lara Crof meets Indiana Jones kinda way. Entertaining.

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