Book Reviews of Wild Orchids

Wild Orchids
Wild Orchids
Author: Karen Robards
ISBN-13: 9780446326926
ISBN-10: 0446326925
Publication Date: 1/1/1986
Pages: 377
Rating:
  • Currently 3.8/5 Stars.
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3.8 stars, based on 60 ratings
Publisher: Warner Books
Book Type: Paperback
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This was a great book and loved the adventure in it.
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I've just done a really quick read before sending it out and have to say it was pretty good. It's early work but not historical. It kind of reminded me of 'walking after midnight', where funny things happen on the way to whatever. Worth the read.
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Great story. Lots of romance
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love this book. classic Karen Robards
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Similar to "Walking After Midnight".

From the moment the American holding the gun jumped in her car, Lora Harding suspected her Cancun dream vacation might not turn out quite as she expected. Her abductor, John Roberts "Max" Maxwell, had shoulders like a linebacker, a handsome face under his faded sombrero, and the audacity to order her to drive . . . or else. The man scared the hell out of her, but his touch excited her as her staid fiancé's back home in Kansas never had. She read in romance novels about the irresistible "chemistry" between a man and a woman. She just never believed it could happen to a sensible, levelheaded English teacher like her. Determined to learn Max's story and do something wild for once in her life, Lora dared herself to surrender to the desire growing between her and this mysterious man on the run. Now, as intrigue and danger closed in, they raced headlong toward an Eden-like jungle hideout, where Lora vowed to hold on the paradise she found--kisses that left her trembling and a lover who satisfied the secret hungers of a woman's flesh and heart.
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From the moment the American holding the gun jumped in her car, Lora Harding suspected her Cancun dream vacation might not turn out quite as she expected. Her abductor, John Roberts "Max" Maxwell, had shoulders like a linebacker, a handsome face under his faded sombrero, and the audacity to order her to drive or else. The man scared the hell out of her, but his touch excited her as her staid fiance's back home in Kansas never had. She read in romance novels about the irresistible "chemistry" between a man and a woman. She just never believed it could happen to a sensible, levelheaded Engish teacher like her.
Determined to learn Max's story and do something wild for once in her life, Lora dared herself to surrender to the desire growing between her and this mysterious man-on-the-run. Now, as intrigue and danger closed in, they raced headlong toward an Eden-like jungle hideout, where Lora vowed to hold on to the paradise she found-kisses that left her trembling and a lover who satisfied the secret hungers of a woman's flesh and heart.