The Talisman

The Talisman

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by Marilyn Lee
     
 

The last thing Cassy Thompson and Chandler Raven expected was to find themselves battling a mutual and inexplicable case of Jungle Fever. Or it would be inexplicable, if not for the fact that they are the great grandchildren of Louisiana born and bred lovers who were forced apart by their families near the end of the nineteenth century. Before the ill-fated lovers…  See more details below

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The last thing Cassy Thompson and Chandler Raven expected was to find themselves battling a mutual and inexplicable case of Jungle Fever. Or it would be inexplicable, if not for the fact that they are the great grandchildren of Louisiana born and bred lovers who were forced apart by their families near the end of the nineteenth century. Before the ill-fated lovers parted, they exchanged two talismans, which were then passed down to their grandchildren, who used them improperly and spent their lives in an aimless search for love.

Now in possession of the talismans, Cassy and Chandler begin having erotic fantasies and dreams of each other. As Cassy slowly succumbs to the lure of her talisman (a small golden figurine of a mating couple), the line between her feelings for Chandler and those of her long dead great grandmother for Chandler's great grandfather blur. Can a couple driven together by the power of magic remain together or have they, like their grandparents before them, become slaves to the talismans with the same heartbreaking results?

Publisher's Note: this title is loosely connected to the Bloodlust series.

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Product Details

ISBN-13:
9781843601005
Publisher:
Ellora's Cave Publishing Inc
Publication date:
01/07/2002
Series:
Bloodlust Series
Sold by:
Barnes & Noble
Format:
NOOK Book
Sales rank:
271,447
File size:
388 KB

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The Talisman 3.4 out of 5 based on 0 ratings. 9 reviews.
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
Pissed does not accurately describe how I felt when I realized the book I paid over $9 for was only 121 pages long. 12 pages of that was editorial info and advertisements. This could have been a great read but is mediocre at best. Especially, since I paid OVER $9 for it. If you are considering purchasing this book I hope the price is under $3 otherwise don't waste your money. Seriously.
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
Marilyn Lee is one of my faves
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
Ok read very hot bedroom scenes !
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