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The Unseen

Free Read The Unseen - by Sabrina Devonshire - The Unseen, The Unseen After gemstone smugglers murder three men Kent Dunbar pretends to abandon his exploration of Vietnam s Mountain River Cave arranges to send the female assistants including his new love Rebecca Dev

  • Title: The Unseen
  • Author: Sabrina Devonshire
  • ISBN: 9781771116350
  • Page: 447
  • Format: ebook

Free Read The Unseen - by Sabrina Devonshire, The Unseen, Sabrina Devonshire, The Unseen After gemstone smugglers murder three men Kent Dunbar pretends to abandon his exploration of Vietnam s Mountain River Cave arranges to send the female assistants including his new love Rebecca Devereaux back to the States and enlists help from a team of Vietnam Veterans who served with his father Rebecca shocked and hurt by Kent s rejection suspects something s afAfter gemstone Free Read The Unseen - by Sabrina Devonshire - The Unseen, The Unseen After gemstone smugglers murder three men Kent Dunbar pretends to abandon his exploration of Vietnam s Mountain River Cave arranges to send the female assistants including his new love Rebecca Dev

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About "Sabrina Devonshire"

  1. Sabrina Devonshire

    Sabrina Devonshire, an avid swimmer most of her life, can usually be found near or immersed in a body of water If she s not seeking an endorphin rush in a pool, lake or ocean, she s usually writing or practicing yoga.She received a John Woods Scholarship and an Arizona Commission of the Arts Professional Development Grant toward her participation in a 2007 Prague Summer Program writing workshop She also studied writing in Arizona and northern California and has a M.S degree from the University of Arizona Sabrina loves traveling to off the beaten path places where outdoor adventure awaits She especially enjoyed Peru, Belize, Costa Rica, Nicaragua, and Greece Sabrina lives in southern Arizona with her husband They are planning to live as expats somewhere south of the border and fun in the near future

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  1. The Unseen, the second book in the Love in the Labyrinths series, takes the reader on a whirlwind Vietnamese adventure every bit as exciting as the first book, but with a couple of fascinating differences.First of all, the plot takes on sci fi elements when the American geology crew discovers evidence that aliens have visited earth, leaving behind some crystals that give humans some pretty amazing powers I mean, who hasn t wanted to become invisible Who hasn t wanted to float through the air as [...]


  2. I was given an ARC of this book by the author for an honest review.The Unseen takes off where Dangerous Descent left off This book had a good sense of adventure and suspense just like the last one It continued to capture my interest, but also had a paranormal twist to it The gem smugglers are still after Rebecca s group, but now have obtained a special powder that gives them special abilities like going invisible and floating.I enjoyed learning about Amanda and Tom from their points of view Bun [...]


  3. The Unseen Love in the Labyrinths by Sabrina Devonshire is a great follow up to Dangerous Descent I personally did not think she could top that first book with all its excellent action adventure and its steamy romance However, Devonshire has pulled it off The relationships between the couples still need work, there are misunderstandings or misperceptions, as in all relationships Given the dangerous circumstances there is plenty of personal and mystery material to go through, leave alone the sex [...]


  4. The Unseen, continues where Dangerous Decent left off Rebecca and Kent have a lot to sort out, it s just a pity that trouble seems to dog their every step.Amanda and Tom finally connect, in ways that one, while Bunny makes a few choices that change her whole life With the gem smugglers still on the loose, you never know when they will strike, and Sabrina Devonshire doesn t dissapoint in delivering the sizzling suspense As with all the novels I have read to date by Sabrina, this book is a real j [...]



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