Recently widowed, Dr. Margaret Boynton leaves England and sails to Africa. She finds herself up against dangerous animals and terrifying witch doctors. Determined never to fall in love again, Margaret finds her most formidable enemy is her own heart when she meets the enigmatic Jeremiah Lyon.
A scoundrel whose scarred face and ice-blue eyes make strong women weak, Jeremiah Lyon, legendary great white hunter, resents his assignment to escort a middle-aged doctor to the mission hospital. She isn't what he expected...and neither is his unguarded reaction to her.
When a secret society of cannibals kidnap Margaret, can Lyon rescue her before their chances for a future are destroyed forever?
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- Bobbe Cummins
Out of Africa
Taming the Lyon This book has an “Out of Africa” feel. The writer is able to move the listener to a location, as well as bring believable feeling of desire for romance in an otherwise undesirable place. Dr. Margaret Boynton leaves England on an unforgettable quest for an adventure, and she finds one in many ways. From romance, to medicine, to cannibals, this is a story not to be missed. The reader was great too.