• Title: Call of the Jaguar
  • Author: Pamela Beason
  • ISBN: null
  • Page: 412
  • Format: Kindle Edition
  • Call of the Jaguar Daphne du Maurier Award Winning Author Pamela Beason presents a tale of escaping a mundane urban existence for exotic adventure romance and danger among the Mayan ruins of Guatemala Beason s writing
    Daphne du Maurier Award Winning Author Pamela Beason presents a tale of escaping a mundane urban existence for exotic adventure, romance, and danger among the Mayan ruins of Guatemala.Beason s writing has been featured on the Recommended Reading list of Suspense Magazine On Rachel McCarthy s big birthday, trading her cheating husband for a glamorous former lover seems likDaphne du Maurier Award Winning Author Pamela Beason presents a tale of escaping a mundane urban existence for exotic adventure, romance, and danger among the Mayan ruins of Guatemala.Beason s writing has been featured on the Recommended Reading list of Suspense Magazine On Rachel McCarthy s big birthday, trading her cheating husband for a glamorous former lover seems like a brilliant idea But her plane is shot down, the lover s a snake, and barring a miracle it looks like she and her intrepid pilot will not survive her mid life crisis.A romantic adventure novella.

    One Reply to “Call of the Jaguar”

    1. Romantic suspense. OK, but the heroine came across as kind of stupid and the premise wasn't all that believable. I always like an archaeology theme, so my rating for it may be a bit higher than some would give.

    2. Not quite what I expected, and the beginning irritated me a bit, because of lack of authenticity of location facts. It was okay, nothing great.

    3. Scrapes, Shakes and Muchos BulletsA bit too much "Oh my god" wailing but some snappy patter and surprise plot twists made for a fun read.

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