Book Reviews of Green Eyes

Green Eyes
Green Eyes
Author: Karen Robards
ISBN-13: 9780380758890
ISBN-10: 038075889X
Publication Date: 1/1/1991
Pages: 400
Rating:
  • Currently 3.6/5 Stars.
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3.6 stars, based on 58 ratings
Publisher: Avon
Book Type: Paperback
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A story of love, passion, secrets, miracle and a man obsessed.......
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Love Karen Robards!
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propelled half way around the world...a shadow, a miracle and a man obsessed with her green eyes
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Anna Ttaverne can never forget the dark and handsome jewel thief whom she thwarted back in England-a bold intruder who inflamed her passion with his brazen caress. And now Julian Chase has followed her halfway around the world, vowing a tender revenge on the silver blond angel who robbed him of his birthright, and his heart. Good story with lots of action!!
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this is one of my favorite books. i got rid of it once, and had to get another copy later. that one i loaned out and i never got it back. bought it a third time and i'm not going to part with it (not posting, just writing a review). you won't be sorry.
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Anna Traverne can never forget the dark and handsome jewel theif whom she thwarted back in England-a bold intruder who inflamed her passions with his brazen caress.And now Julian Chase has follwed her halfway around the world,vowing a tender revenge on the enchanting,silver blond angel who robbed him of his birthright..and his heart...
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a fun read
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The bold intruder crept through the silent mansion, determined to claim the fortune that was rightfully his. But Julian Chase was undone, his daring scheme thwarted by a bewitching silver-blond beauty with eyes that sparkled like precious jewels.
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This is a orginial 1991 version. It was interesting and very enjoyable. I recommend.
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Passionate and vibrant, Green Eyes is Karen Robards at her best.
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From the back cover...

A shadow...
The bold intruder crept through the silent mansion, determined to claim the fortune that was rightfully his. But Julian Chase was undone, his daring scheme thwarted by a bewitching silver-blond beauty with eyes that sparked like precious jewels.

A miracle...
An unexpected windfall had bought Anna Traverne passage back to her beloved Ceylon. But the gently bred vicar's daughter could never escape the memory of the dark and handsome housebreaker back in England who had inflamed her passions with his shameless kisses.

A man obsessed...
Drawn halfway across the world to a lush emerald island in a sapphire sea, Chase vowed tender revenge on the enchanting angel who had stolen his birthright...and his heart.
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A great beach read...Julian Chase vows revenge on the person who stole his birthright and his heart.
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From Publishers Weekly
Although this romance makes a promising start by tossing its spirited heroine and roguish hero into an imaginative if improbable situation, it soon flounders in sentimentality ("Did he love her? Oh, she hoped so"). Anna Traverne, a young widow with a daughter, faces a terrible choice: become the mistress of her brother-in-law Graham, Lord Ridley, or be tossed out of the family home. But when Anna interrupts a robbery, she ends up with the Traverne emeralds, and no one but the foiled thief, Graham's dispossessed half-brother Julian Chase, knows it. Anna quietly turns the stones into cash and sails to Ceylon, where she buys back the tea plantation she lost at her husband's death. Eventually Julian arrives to demand the emeralds: they can prove that he, not Graham, is the true Lord Ridley. As Julian tries to solve the mystery of the jewels and his heritage, an unsettling threat develops from native worshipers of the goddess Kali who are murdering English residents. Robards's ( Morning Song ) superficial understanding of 19th-century Ceylon, as evidenced by her treatment of this sect, undermines her story.
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