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Look What the Wind Blew In (A Dig Site…

Look What the Wind Blew In (A Dig Site Mystery Book 1) (2016)

by Ann Charles

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In this romantic mystery, Dr. Angelica Garcia is searching ancient Mayan ruins looking for evidence to vindicate her mother’s reputation, who is deceased. By her side is her eagle-eyed father and a dedicated crew. When photojournalist Quint Parker arrives under the pretense of writing a story about the dig site, Angelica finds herself both suspicious and reluctantly attracted to the handsome reporter. Throw in an ex-husband trying to win her back and a Mayan curse creating paranoia and fear among her workers, and Angelica has her hands full. This story has it all—suspense, steamy romance, and an intriguing mystery involving the Maya culture. I couldn’t put it down! Another winner by Ann Charles. ( )
  KristyMcCaffrey | Aug 31, 2018 |
Another new series from Ann Charles. Quint Parker, photojournalist is visiting the Mayan site of Angelica Garcia, hoping to find info about missing Dr Hughes who had led this same site 20 years before.

I love how Ann Charles connects her series together by personal relationships.

Quint is the brother of Violet Parker from Ann's Deadwood series. Kit, Claire's cousin introduced in Jackrabbit Junction book 2, is Violet Parker's best friend. And, Dr Garcia, father of Angelica, was first introduced in Ann's Jackrabbit Junction series book 3. These interrelationships provide a background of connection that confirmed I was going to enjoy this new series. And I certainly was not disappointed. It will be fun to see where the series goes from here. ( )
  Bettesbooks | Aug 28, 2016 |
Excavating a Mayan ruin isn't all discoveries and glamor. It's hot, and sweaty, and there's that darn curse. No matter how many times Angelica denies it, there sure seems to be a lot of accidents happening since she found the curse.

That's bad enough when she's running out of time this dig season to find the elusive proof of her mother's belief, but then a nosy reporter shows up. And then her ex-husband marches in and tells her he's in charge of their funding.

A lot of fun and danger in this mystery. I recommend it to any Ann Charles fan, and anyone who likes a feisty woman hero in their stories. ( )
  Perrywilson | Aug 16, 2015 |
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A headstrong and determined archaeologist. A tall, dark and unwelcome photojournalist. Both are trying to unearth secrets that have been long buried but an ancient Mayan curse threatens to destroy them unless they can learn to trust each other enough to make it out of the jungle alive.… (more)

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