Rachel’s mouth sagged. “You mean you’re really a monk? But how’s that possible? You’re not even wearing a robe, and your hair…”
He simply smiled.
A disturbing prophecy sends a treasure hunting duo on an urgent race to rescue a country in Kaylin McFarren’s heart pounding new novel, Buried Threads. Full of erotic suspense and wild adventures, this is one trip that readers will never forget!
Rachel Lyons and Chase Cohen work together as the successful owners of a treasure hunting company. But a seemingly simple assignment–to track down a priceless gem that is believed to be buried in a shipwreck deep within the Sea of Japan–takes a startling, and dangerous, turn.
Faced with a monk’s dark prophecy that a natural disaster will soon strike Japan, killing millions, Rachel and Chase must embark on the mission of a lifetime in order to uncover the three cursed samurai swords that can avert the catastrophe.
Chaos ensues as their adventure takes them from shark infested waters and creepy caves to haunted hidden tombs and a confrontation with Yakuza gang members. Time is running out as the prophecy’s day of reckoning draws near. Will Rachel and Chase succeed before disaster strikes?
Review by Angela
I received a copy of this book in exchange for an honest review. Buried Threads is the 2nd book in the Thread series but can be read as a stand alone book I was told. However, I felt at times that I had missed some very important history because I hadn’t read the first one. For instance, the relationship between Chase and Rachel. They mentioned times past and things with her dad and I didn’t have any frame of reference. I would advise to read the first book first just to be on the safe side.
I didn’t really enjoy this book. Maybe if I had read the first book then I might feel differently. At times it was confusing and the inner dialogue bordered on whiny. There were times when something would happen and it would say “she” or “he” but it wasn’t 100% clear who the author was talking about. I don’t know if it was just me, but I was confused really easily by all of the characters in the book. Sometimes they would reference a person, but call them by their last name and sometimes by their first name. I would have to go back and read and try to remember who each person was. I just didn’t feel any real connection to this story or the characters. Some of the reactions from the characters didn’t seem viable and it wasn’t clear, even at the end, who was the good guy and who was the bad guy. Maybe that was the point; I don’t know. I give it 3 books.
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