THE CARSWELL ADVENTURE SERIES

For the Romantic and Adventurer in all of us

STONE OF HEAVEN

Book One

Hurricane Michaela lashes the Yucatan Coast and uncovers what had best been left buried, the fabled Stone of Heaven.

Two twins couldn’t be more different…

Tori Carswell is happy with her simple if reclusive life. But she worries about her younger twin, Abby, an adventure junkie seeking increasingly dangerous quests.

When Abby vanishes in the Yucatan rainforest, feared captive of an ancient Mayan cult, Tori leaves her safe life behind and sets off to save her, believing she is her sister’s only hope.

Then, deep in the heart of the Yucatan jungle, Tori unexpectedly runs into her sister’s ex-partner, Reid Hunter. A ridiculously handsome Southern gentleman without a conscience, interested in only one thing.

Wealth.

He’ll help Tori rescue her sister in return for all the treasure—the fabled blue jade called the Stone of Heaven.

The two rescuers couldn’t be more different…

Tori can’t trust him, even as she’s drawn to the excitement and the raw masculinity that Reid wears like a second skin.

Will he help save her sister or will he put riches before life…and love?

VIKING GOLD

Book Two

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Norway is the land of Vikings and myths, and deep in a fjord, a sunken Nazi plane filled with gold.

Which is exactly the kind of adventure Abby Carswell and Hermann Weiss relish undertaking. Enough so to make them push aside their misgivings over their enigmatic new business partner.

Abby, an adrenaline junkie, barely avoids death’s scythe on every quest she undertakes. Hermann knows he can’t continue to watch the woman he loves put herself deliberately in harm’s way. He wants her to choose the power of their love over her need to beat the odds.

But first, they have to survive this hunt for Viking gold which has turned deadly after they discover the treasure has mythic qualities and is coveted for its power. Their quest becomes a battle against an evil whose tentacles may run deeper than this single expedition.