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An Angel in Stone (Bone Hunters, Bk 1) (Silhouette Bombshell, No 48)
An Angel in Stone - Bone Hunters, Bk 1 - Silhouette Bombshell, No 48 Author:Peggy Nicholson The Bone Hunters: Finding fossils is the Ashaway legacy -- danger's just an added bonus. — MAY THE BEST WOMAN WIN. — She's equally comfortable in silk and heels or khakis and boots -- but it's Raine Ashaway's sheer nerve and gut instinct that have made her a name in the dinosaur hunting world. Her family'... more »s famous archaeological firm, Ashaway All, hasn't hurt, either. Until Raine is thrust into a mysterious contest for a priceless opal fossil and the competition seems as intent on destroying her family name as he does beating her to the bones.
Raine's not about to let the sexy, deceptive man known as Kincade win this round. But when the game turns deadly, the two rivals might just have to work together or lose everything, including their lives ...« less
Dinosaur hunter Raine Ashaway lives for the thrill of the next archaeological find. A mysterious encounter with a young woman named Lia sends her off on a quest into the depths of the jungles of Bornea in search of an opalized T. Rex. She must deal with her competitor, Kincade, who appears to have a personal grudge against the Ashaway family. Meanwhile, another man is searching for the treasure and he's willing to do anything to find it first.
AN ANGEL IN STONE is the first book in The Bone Hunters series. Raine Ashaway initially comes across a bit uncouth when mingling in the museum, especially considering the tactics she uses to thwart the would-be robbers. However, once Raine is in the world she is best suited for, the actual dinosaur hunt, her rough edges smooth out. Her Indiana Jones-like persona begins to emerge and the action truly kicks in.
AN ANGEL IN STONE is the perfect example of the Silhouette Bombshell line. The combination of action and romance is superb as readers travel on a harrowing journey in search of the opalized T. Rex. This was actually my second reading of this story and Peggy Nicholson definitely writes a tale that stands the test of time as it was just as enjoyable as it was on the first reading.