Chloe Sommers, an up-and-coming Seattle artist is haunted by her childhood amnesia. Frightening nightmares are pulling apart her self-made life until the night Nico Decker thrusts her amidst his family and tears down the walls separating herself from her past...and her future. Nico Decker, a high-powered antiquities importer has always enjoyed the freedom, lifestyle and the affection of his large extended family that his affluence has afforded them. More than anything he wants to continue maintaining the luxury and women his status allows. Only he never expected to meet an enigma like Chloe Sommers, or to be instantly consumed by their incredible chemistry and connection. As one of three Tiagan royal siblings presumed lost at sea, Chloe´s rediscovered life in the royal family is threatened by increasingly dangerous conspiracies and intrigues. With her future with Nico as precarious as the Polynesian monarchy that rules this tiny nation, will they survive? Will she survive? Explore the depths of identity and love as Jenna Riley takes the listener on a breathtaking trip to the tropics in this debut novel, the first in a trilogy about the Lost Children of Ka´Orah. 1. Language: English. Narrator: Ginger Roll. Audio sample: http://samples.audible.de/bk/acx0/085653/bk_acx0_085653_sample.mp3. Digital audiobook in aax.
In book two, the stage is set for more shooting over crawfish. The killing sickens Becky and Roland, so they leave crawfishing behind and head north to Martha´s Vineyard. Sword-fishing is appealing to Roland, but not the winter weather. The following year, they´re back in Florida on their own offshore crawfish boat. Raymond James teams with them in his own offshore boat, and together they set 3,000 traps near Walker´s Cay, Bahamas. Local natives soon arrive in skiffs to make some easy money by pulling the two men´s traps. Roland Cameron and Lester Mutt deliver a message by mail to the natives from their airplane. The chainmail convinces the locals that there´s not going to be any easy money available. Two years of good trapping are followed by two years of machinegun fire, as the two fishermen use their ´´bolt-of-lightning´´ patrol boat and airplane to convince thieves from the Miami River to stay away. A thief, his crew, and the boat vanish. The thieves return to Miami, but the Bahamian government wants no more shooting near the world famous blue marlin fishing resort on Walker´s Cay, and force the two fishermen from their waters. Roland and Becky use their plane to search Florida for a place to simply be left alone to fish for a living. The small fishing village, nestled among the Everglades on the edge of the Ten Thousand Islands, could have been the answer to their long sought after dream. Ray, Roland, and the crew members arrive in their boats to begin establishing their stone crab trapping business. It seemed too good to be true, which made Becky recall an old saying - and it was. Everglade´s City was not only the hub of American stone crab production; it was also the marijuana import capitol of the south. Events were about to begin that would forever change lives. 1. Language: English. Narrator: J. Rodney Turner. Audio sample: http://samples.audible.de/bk/acx0/055063/bk_acx0_055063_sample.mp3. Digital audiobook in aax.