Treasure of Flowers

A family in trouble financially due to their father’s gambling debts feels forced to make a bargain with a treasure seeking sea captain named Trevon.   The oldest sister, Violet, volunteers a treasure map that her mother had given her before her death. Now Violet and Trevon embark on a treacherous journey in search of a treasure that will pay off Violet’s family debts. However, along the journey, things begin to intensify between them until a quite unexpected bar brawl brings them finally together. 

All runs smoothly except that Trevon has one part of his life to close before he can give himself completely to Violet, forever. Trevon’s arch enemy, who has already tried to kill him once, is now interested in Violet’s treasure as well and will not stop at anything to get his hands on the treasure and Violet in order to destroy Trevon once and for all.

This is a nice romantic storyline with just enough sexual tension and attraction to keep me coming back to the book. At the end of the story there is a small cliffhanger that will leave the reader guessing if there will be a sequel. Well I certainly hope so.

Book Blurb for Treasure of Flowers

Pages: 252

She was looking to save her family. He was looking for revenge. Together they embark on a journey that leads them to discover something unexpected, love.

When Violet is forced to choose between herself and her father's treasured amulet she makes the green-eyed captain an offer he can't refuse, a treasure hunt, with her as his guide.

Trevon is out for revenge but something about the defiant girl he finds on her hands and knees in his cabin intrigues him, and her offer of a treasure hunt is irresistible.

They journey together across sea and land, Violet discovers a joy she never thought possible and Trevon discovers a new reason to live. But is their connection enough when the lies of the past emerge to change their present?

Night Owl Reviews Nov, 2009 4.50