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Along the Hibiscus Path
 ISBN: 1-60088-025-8
A tropical island key and two adoring men; life couldn’t get any worse for burnt out anthropologist Sera Summers.   Amid a community of artisans, Sera discovers good friends yet fights the feeling that she has come home.   Despite her ethics, she finds herself falling hard for Cristian, one of her subjects. 
 
Afraid of her feelings, Sera retreats to the attentions of Manuel, a temperamental artist and café owner who is dead set against her work.  At the end of her sabbatical, Sera returns home but finds the pull of the men and the island too much to bear.
 
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Content: Sensual Romance
$5.99
Cover Art: Sable Grey
 Length: Novel
Genre: Contemporary
About the Author
"Just as the heroine has a gift as a confidant, the author has a gift for revealing the depths of her characters, secondary as well as the major protagonists, that makes the reader feel as if she is living through the story right along with the characters. The plot line breezes merrily along, and the reader is drawn in immediately. I strongly recommend this as a meaty, content-filled, comfortable kind of story; the kind that the reader wants to curl up with and just savor. Get this one!"

5 Stars- Annie Kudzu, Ecataromance

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