RIVER OF EDEN by GLENNA MCREYNOLDS
**A PNR Reviewer Recommended Read**
Bad-boy scientist Will Travers may have an Ivy League mind
but he?s got the spirit of the jungle in his heart and the
kiss of the Amazon on his body.
River of Eden
With his sun-bronzed skin, a week?s worth of beard, and a
shaman?s crystal around his neck, Will Sanchez Travers
looked more like a man mothers warned their daughters about
than a Harvard-trained ethnobotanist. And even if only half
the rumors about him were true, Dr. Annie Parrish figured
she was in trouble. Still, she needed the rogue scientist to
ferry her upriver in search of a prize so extraordinary, it
would make her reputation?if it didn?t get her killed first.
When he?d reluctantly agreed to take the legendary Amazon
Annie deep into the Brazilian rain forest, Will expected a
woman warrior, not a blond ragamuffin renegade whose secrets
ran darker than he could have imagined. But once the journey
begins, there will be no turning back as they enter
territory?of the wilderness and the heart?as dangerous as it
is beautiful, desperate to stop a twisted destroyer of
worlds before his nightmarish fantasy becomes horribly real.
Amid sorcery, violence, and mystical visions, which will be
the victor?the yearning for vengeance, or a power as potent
and seductive as the heart of a singular, magical orchid?
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"Great romantic intrigue"
Reviewed by PNR Group Member
Posted February 22, 2002
Dr. Annie Parrish of the River Basin Coalition
hurriedly needs to leave Manaus, Brazil, but her
transportation has broken down. Desperate to get out of
town before Vargas, who once imprisoned and tortured her,
learns she is there, she searches all the dives until she
finds Harvard trained ethnobotanist Will Read more...
"Move this one to the top of your TBR pile"
Reviewed by Clover Autrey
Posted October 27, 2008
Okay, we all have them. Books shoved so far down in our To
Be Read piles that we've all but forgotten them. I've had
this one for years, but kept passing it by. The copyright
date is 2005 and collecting dust. I thoroughly enjoyed
Glenna McReynold's Medieval Read more...