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Daughter of Destiny (Silhouette Bombshell #1)

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  • Posted December 9, 2008

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    action packed yet character driven romance

    After being court-martialed and receiving a bad conduct discharge from the navy for striking a superior officer, Kai returns to her grandmother¿s home on the Qualloah Eastern Cherokee Nation in North Carolina to lick her wounds. She is bitter that the navy didn¿t believe she was defending herself from a sexual assault. Her grandmother has her go on a vision quest and she dreams she must find one of the secret totems that were stolen from the tribe. The dream shows her she must go to the Australian Outback to meet with an aborigine shaman.---- Her grandmother convinces her that she was chosen to return one of the totems and she must go to Australia because her dreams are a method of communication between shamans. Morgan Trayhern¿s organization Perseus agrees to fund her mission provided she partners with her childhood friend Jake Carter. Although she is turned off by men, she has no choice but to agree to the condition. The two fly to the outback where they find adventure, danger and the possibility of a lasting love.---- Lindsay McKenna is a brilliant author who writes romances that are action packed and character driven. In DAUGHTER OF DESTINY the audience will empathize with the heroine who had a physically abusive father and grew up determined to be strong so that no man would hurt her again. The hero, who has loved her since he was a child, tries to prove to her that not all men are predators and he is deserving of her trust and love. If this book is any indication, the Bombshell line is going to be a smashing success.---- Harriet Klausner

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