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One former Navy SEAL. One adventurous photographer. One lost jungle temple.

Former Navy SEAL Callum Ward has one motto - live life to the fullest. He saw the worst of war and lost good friends, but now he works for Treasure Hunter Security. When he's not providing security for archeological digs and invaluable museum exhibits, or off on daring treasure hunts, he's rock climbing, racing, or skiing. Nothing - and no one - has ever tempted him to slow down...until on an expedition into the Cambodian jungle, he has to work with one opinionated, prickly photographer, Dani Navarro. But soon their straightforward trek to find a lost temple turns deadly, and Cal and Dani find themselves under attack from a dangerous black-market antiquities ring prepared to kill.

Dani Navarro lives for her photography. For years, it's been her escape from her family and their frivolous lifestyle, affairs, and dramas. With her camera in hand, she travels the world, capturing other people's moments and avoiding messy entanglements. At first, she thinks Cal Ward is no different from all the other men she's known, but as their expedition turns into a hazardous dash through uncharted jungle, she uncovers a tough, intelligent, and sexy protector. Together, they must outwit their pursuers and find not only a lost temple...but a priceless, powerful artifact.

©2016 Anna Hackett (P)2018 Anna Hackett

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  • Lisa j
  • 30-12-2018

exploration and discovery in Cambodia

Love, love, love! This second book picks up where we left off, but focuses on Callum this time. He is sent on a mission that should be routine because there seems to be no major valuables that would attract the unsavory Silk Road villians. This expedition to find the temple of God-King Jayavarman II in Cambodia. Before he even gets started, Callum meets and is attracted to photographer Dani. He soon gets sidetracked, however, when he notices what look like members of Silk Road during a mugging attempt. The routine mission turns life-threatening when they realize that rumors of possibly finding King Jayavarmin II's actual Linga artifact have indeed caused Silk Road's unwanted attention. As with Undiscovered, there is romance, suspense, and an mythical element that adds depth and credence to the story. Thoroughly enjoyable. Can hardly wait for the next one. *On a side note, I'd just recently watched Expedition Unknown with Josh Gates which featured King Jayavarmin II, lingas, and nagas... which only enhanced my reading as Anna was dead on in her information.

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  • Robin Thompson
  • 29-12-2018

Great Second in the series

Great follow up to Undiscovered. We leave the deserts of the Middle East for the jungles of Cambodia. I love the treasure hunter aspect and the touch of paranormal (legends must have a toe in reality, after all). The writing is crisp and carries the reader through the action at a pace that leaves you stunned when you hit the conclusion. Stella Bloom is great bringing the characters to life and matching the flow of the writing I can't wait for the next book.

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  • CRAZY4PEANUTBUTTER
  • 11-12-2018

GOOD

BOOK REVIEW...... Good story. The characters could have used with being a little more fleshed out. I didn't really feel like I knew them by the end of the story. But over all it was good NARRATOR REVIEW...... Narrator did a good job

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  • Book Dragon
  • 02-06-2020

Love it

Love the story and love the narrator. Super fast listen. Stella Bloom does an awesome job on each of the characters voices so there was no confusing parts about who was talking.

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  • Jonella A. Moore
  • 17-01-2019

He hated jungles!

This second audiobook in this series was a great listen. There was an interesting storyline and good characters. The heroine is a photographer for an archeological expedition to Cambodia. The hero is their security and when they are ambushed in the jungle by Silk Road mercenaries, the adventures begin. Narration was well done!

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  • The Curious Otter
  • 16-12-2018

Tricky book for narrating done exceptionally well!

I've already praised book #1 on how i love this team of Anna Hackett and Stella Bloom. SB has brought Anna's characters even more fun than they already were the first time reading them through. There is a wide variety of secondary characters with many accents, and I personally felt SB did an excellent job making it work, yet subtly as not to distract from the story. Great job all around for AH and SB!! Looking forward to listening to the rest of the Series!

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