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  • Anonymous

    Posted October 9, 2003

    Fans of King Arthur legend...HEADS UP!

    Wanting to live her dream as a professional photographer, Emma Hayward knew that she would have to prove herself capable. After all, the world of wildlife photography was male-dominated. Therefore, Emma decided she would do what no other photographer had been able to do before. She was going to capture the 'Beast of Bodmin Moor' on film and prove that the legendary black leopard was REAL! .................... Seth Trevelyan used to be a road racer. Due to a major accident during a race, that career was over. Now he was a motorcycle designer. His best design of all time was almost completed. Only a bit of fine tuning was left. Then he came across lovely Emma whose automobile had died and left her stranded with an injured ankle. Seth got her settled in Trevelyan House where Mrs. Evans, the housekeeper, and he tended her. Upon learning her profession, Seth knew that he would have to keep a very close eye on Emma. If she really was after the black leopard, then it was up to him to make her believe it did not exist. However, she could also be a corporate spy sent to photograph his latest design. .................... ***** This entire novel is set in Cornwall with the heroine being half American and half Cornish. Fans of the legends about King Arthur will especially adore this story. Trevelyan House is set near the Dozmary Pool, where the Lady of the Lake received Excalibur from Sir Bedwyr, just before Arthur died. Excellent tale that I highly recommend! *****

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