Black Opal

Black Opal

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by Sandra Cox
     
 

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Book Three in the Amulets series but may be read as a standalone story.

Sabina Comte has two passions - singing and Adam Morelly. One has brought her fame and fortune. The other just might get her killed. Sabina possesses a power amulet given to her by the gods. Megalomaniac Victoria Price not only wants the amulet, she wants Adam as well. Killing Sabina would give

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Book Three in the Amulets series but may be read as a standalone story.

Sabina Comte has two passions - singing and Adam Morelly. One has brought her fame and fortune. The other just might get her killed. Sabina possesses a power amulet given to her by the gods. Megalomaniac Victoria Price not only wants the amulet, she wants Adam as well. Killing Sabina would give her both.

If dealing with Victoria isn't enough, Sabina discovers Adam's uncle belongs to the mafia. She becomes increasingly suspicious of Adam when he keeps showing up right after someone's tried to kill her. Sabina begins to wonder if Adam and his uncle know about her amulet and are after it too. But even doubt and suspicion cannot alter the growing attraction she has for Adam. When he is badly injured, Sabina puts her heart on the line and races to his side, determined to save him. She is about to find out if love will send her careening toward the celestial heavens or plant her six feet under.

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ISBN-13:
9781419967870
Publisher:
Ellora's Cave Publishing
Publication date:
02/01/2013
Pages:
230
Product dimensions:
5.50(w) x 8.50(h) x 0.52(d)

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Black Opal 5 out of 5 based on 0 ratings. 1 reviews.
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
A young girl about the age of 14 walked up to the lake she peeled off her gown and stepped into the water letting the water enclose around her body. Her blonde hair flowed in the water and her delicate features seemed as if the light current would sweep her off of her feet.