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Monday, October 26, 2009
Review - Jewels of the Sun by Kiss Carson
Title : Jewels Of The Sun
Author : Kiss Carson
Publisher : The Wild Rose Press
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Reviewed by: Brynna Curry
Rating: You Gotta Read
Born on the mysterious island of Ambrosia and whisked away to mainland Australia when only a few days old, Selena Lewis grows up hearing tales of unimaginable treasures and a floating island, trapped in the nineteenth century, which only appears every 25 years. Now, the island has returned and Selena is determined to prove to the treasure hunting community that the island exists, as does the treasure. Kidnapped and blindfolded, she's held hostage by virile pirate captain, Saxon Ambrose, who piques her curiosity both sexually and emotionally. Drawn into the very depths of Ambrosia, Selena finds the Jewels of the Sun, the diamond pillars that allow the island to survive, and the treasure she's waited all her life to find. However, the Jewels are dying, and so is Ambrosia. Her love for Saxon is the key but is it stronger than her struggle for treasure hunting fame? In the end, will love conquer all?
After being secreted away from the disappearing isle of Ambrosia as a baby, Selena Lewis is a treasure hunter determined to prove the island exists. Captured by the enigmatic pirate prince Saxon Ambrose, Selena may discover more than just treasure. Will she choose a dream over her heart?
Jewels of the Sun is an excellent read filled with an undercurrent of humor and intrigue that sucks you into the story. True to her talent and style Ms. Carson delivers beautiful imagery and fantastical locales that leave you wanting more. I admired Selena's strength and every "how will she get out of this one" moment. Saxon, in turn, amused me with his dry wit and royal dodging. A wonderful love story and one you gotta read.