The island is home to many unexpected wonders, which is why Nicole Ballard could never leave. A research assistant, an artist, a dancer - a tall and stunning redhead who goes by the stage name Pele, goddess of fire - she, too, hides a secret pain, releasing her pent-up sensuality to the accompaniment of native drums before a mesmerized audience.
Joined on a scientific project that carries them both into the moist, verdant heart of a tropical wonderland, Nicole and Chase will be forced to confront their own lingering inner darkness, while resisting a newly inflamed need to touch, to give...to care.
In the shadow of Mount Kilauea, all restraints will be broken, as emotions flow hot and free as rivers of molten rock. And desire will erupt, as unpredictable and dangerous as the living volcano, transforming the very landscape of their lives.
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It doesnt get much worse than this...
This was such a bad book that I wanted to throw my fairly new Iphone out the window! If I were in front of a fire, it would have been chucked in with no hesitation. If you are looking for repetitive scenes, with no merit whatsoever, buy this book. If you are looking to be entertained, move on. I cannot say enough about how bad, boring, and painful it was.
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- Shelly Repasky
What did you love best about Eden Burning?
the background music- especially the drumming added to the audiobook- better than reading the pages (which I have also done)