Keeper of the Singing Bones
Talk about irreconcilable differences! Juliet believes her brother has been kidnapped. Mac believes he's running guns in Jamaica. Mac is tough-and-tumble. Juliet is every inch a lady. If they don't kill each other first, they may make a surprising discovery.Juliet and Mac are forced to work together to avoid the curse of a native medicine man, hack their way through steamy jungles, cope with the mysteries of a groaning stone statue found deeply underground in a cave grotto, and come to grips with a mutual growing attraction. The problem is that they aren't right for each other. Mac has Rastafari friends, for heaven's sake, and Juliet wouldn't trust him with the weather forecast. When they find Juliet's brother, the plot only thickens. In a life or death struggle, the stone statue points to the answer.
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