searching for precious gems, a good story
Good Lowell as usual, never disappoints.
Reba Farrall was lost -- until a kindly old gentleman took her under his wing and helped heal her shattered spirit. Now her dearest friend is gone, leaving her with a doubting, broken heart...and half-interest in a California gem mine. But Chance Walker has burst into Reba's life -- a daring adventurer who believes in nothing except the priceless uncut stones for which he searches the Earth. In the blistering heat of Death Valley -- in the intoxicating presence of a jewel more exquisite than any he has ever seen -- Chance must confront a dire peril that stalks the sad and sensuous beauty. For only he can save Reba Farrall from harm -- and only she can teach him how to love.
AMAZON.COM READER'S REVIEW
Chance Walker does not care a lot about women, just about gems he finds in the earth. However, Reba Farrall needs help.....and she just happens to have a half-interest in a gem mine.
Tension at a sizzling hihg with memorable characters
Had I read this book instead of listening to it on audio, I probably would have liked it much better. The narrator's voice depiction of Chance Walker pretty much turned me off. I just couldn't finish listening to it. I normally like Elizabeth Lowell books.
You know this was a pretty good book, I enjoyed the readers voice, very easy to listen to. The story was pretty good, I just get tired of a whimpy female. The story was interesting in history and details that part was great. A good story.