The Night Orchid

The Night Orchid FROM DIFFERENT WORLDSMarissa Quinn is as untamed as the wild mustangs that roam free across her Montana cattle ranch She lives for her land but when her sister Leslie writes from Seattle to say that

FROM DIFFERENT WORLDSMarissa Quinn is as untamed as the wild mustangs that roam free across her Montana cattle ranch She lives for her land, but when her sister Leslie writes from Seattle to say that she is in danger, Marissa leaves her open range paradise to help her Once in Seattle, Marissa encounters a doctor conducting ancient Druid time travel rituals using nectar eFROM DIFFERENT WORLDSMarissa Quinn is as untamed as the wild mustangs that roam free across her Montana cattle ranch She lives for her land, but when her sister Leslie writes from Seattle to say that she is in danger, Marissa leaves her open range paradise to help her Once in Seattle, Marissa encounters a doctor conducting ancient Druid time travel rituals using nectar extracted from the rare night orchid Leslie appears to be a victim of the doctor s ill gotten powers, as is Alek a glorious pre Roman warrior who is trapped in the modern world Soon Marissa and Alex discover that though two millennia separate their lives, nothing can sever the bond forged between their hearts.

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The Night Orchid

  1. Patricia Simpson grew up in the wilderness of Western Montana, where it meant a 3 1 2 hour drive just to buy shoes When she was young, the iPod hadn t yet been invented, and there were no radio stations in the area, so on the many long drives for shoes, Patricia amused herself by reading novels or creating her own stories in her head She was encouraged to write by her sister, who always asked to be read what she had written so far that day, her Egyptian born English teacher in junior high, and then again by a creative writing professor at the University of Washington Instead of seeking a writing degree, Patricia chose to pursue a BA in Art and has worked as a graphic artist web developer at the University of Washington since 1982 Patricia still enjoys painting almost as much as she loves to write.Ms Simpson has won numerous awards for her fiction, including Romantic Times Reviewer s Choice Award, Career Achievement Award, and has been a finalist in the RITA awards and for Best Indie Paranormal of the Year.Her Scottish husband encourages her to accompany him on his frequent business trips around the world, and whenever possible Patricia goes with him to scope out spooky historical places to use as the settings of her books.

994 Reply to “The Night Orchid”

  1. Yay This book is now available on ebook Overall, the book has an interesting premise and I enjoyed it very much I remember being frustrated by the Hero and his inflexibility and unwillingness to butt out of the heroine s life, given that he is pretty much ruining it There was a lot of tension and frustration in that respect And then of course the Hero and his fears were highly unusual virgin hero if I recall Still, the romance and the love are there and there is at least one other secondary roma [...]


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