Ayotte delivers heartstopping action, romance, and intrigue in this brilliant sequel to the award-winning thriller Flower of Heaven. Francoise DuPont, now Queen Farah of an oil-rich Middle Eastern country, continues the search for her sons, given up for adoption at birth. Thirty-five years later, their lives now are at risk from ruthless enemies of her husband, the King. A page-turning journey from Paris to Stockholm, to the vineyards of Orvieto, Italy, and to the remote hospital in war-torn Ethiopia, Dangerous Bloodlines will keep you guessing.
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About the Author
Julien Ayotte co-authored his first book, Wealth Building for Professionals, in 2001, drawing from his years of experience as a corporate executive and business teacher at the high school and college graduate levels. In addition, he spent nearly fourteen years in legal administration at two law firms. The author holds a bachelor of science degree, masters in business administration, and PhD, all in business and finance. Flower of Heaven was his first novel and Dangerous Bloodlines is the sequel. Ayotte lives in Rhode island with his wife, Pauline. They have three grown children.
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Dangerous Bloodlines: Sequel to Flower of Heaven based on 0 ratings. 1 reviews.
I was one of the privileged few who received a ARC of Dangerous Bloodlines, and even in its unedited version, this story did not disappoint. The story picks up right where Flower of Heaven leaves off, which I love because, even though Flower of Heaven is a complete story (which I also gave high reviews for), it still left you wanting more. Dangerous Bloodlines delivers. The cast of characters from Flower of Heaven return, plus you are introduced to several more; and although this is a sequel, the original story is summed up nicely throughout the book, that you don't need to read the original to keep up (although I would recommend reading it). Mr. Ayotte gives you characters you can relate to, plausible plot lines, locations you feel like you are actually visiting, and action that keeps the pages turning until the very end. I look forward to seeing what he comes up with next.