[ PDF / Epub ] ★ Buried Threads Author Kaylin McFarren – Writerscompany.co.uk

Buried Threads 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 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 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


About the Author: Kaylin McFarren

Kaylin McFarren has received than 50 national literary awards, in addition to a prestigious RWA Golden Heart Award nomination for FLAHERTY S CROSSING a book she and her oldest daughter, New York Times USA Today best selling author Kristina McMorris, co wrote in 2008 Prior to embarking on her writing journey and developing the popular THREADS psychological thriller series, she poured her



10 thoughts on “Buried Threads

  1. says:

    Review also on www.jolasbookshelf.wordpress.comAlthough I haven t read the first book in this series, I thoroughly enjoyed this installment It had everything to keep me captivated treasure hunt, romance, twists It was also fun to read a book that took place in Japan The author most certainly took her time to research the culture of this Asian country and it helped make the story believable I will go back and read book one som


  2. says:

    Rachel and Chase are experts at recovering lost treasure and their next assignment is in Japan But all is not as it seems and what should be a straightforward job to retrieve an ancient Samurai sword turns out to be anything but Despite being slightly out of my comfort zone being unfamiliar with Japanese culture I soon relaxed into Buried Threads because I found myself in the hands of a talented writer, who knit together the threads o


  3. says:

    Please see Boundless Book Reviews for the review, that will post at a later date.


  4. says:

    Buried Threads by Kaylin McFarren is a 2013 Creative Edge Publication I was provided a copy of this book in exchange for an honest review.Book Blurb Rachel Lyons and her partner Chase Cohen accept a contract to recover a lost priceless treasure in the Sea of Japan However, upon arriving in Tokyo, they soon discover their mission is complicated and dangerous than they originally believed In order to prevent a natural disaster from striking Japan and


  5. says:

    This review and at www.tattooedbookreview.com My Rating 4.5 Stars In this world, all lust is grief In this exciting story of romance and adventure, two professional treasure hunters are thrown in to an unfamiliar world, filled with ancient religions and modern gangsters East meets west when the Rachel and Chase must navigate dangerous waters, booby trapped tombs, human traffickers, and Japan s mysterious culture, religion, and dangerous Yakuza assas


  6. says:

    I wasn t sure what to expect when I first began reading This is a great book It has dangerous plots, passion, super natural, and even a treasure hunt all tied up in this great story called Buried Threads I felt the author is very familiar with Japanese culture as it shows throughout the story with both the clothing and customs It does have some steamy erotic scenes What I really enjoyed about this book is that it isn t predictable It was like being taken on an adven


  7. says:

    In this second installment of the Threads series, we find our two main characters, Chase and Rachel, heading off to Japan to help locate a treasured sword with a gem in the handle that was lost when a boat sank Along the way they encounter gangs, ninjas, and evil spirits and have to battle all and while trying to find the treasure and save Japan from the worst earthquake it has ever experienced This novel has so much action, action than all the others in this series so fa


  8. says:

    I received a free copy of this book for an unbiased review But honestly, if this book had been talked about in online groups or a top rating I would have picked this up anyways I LOVED the intensity this book brought Action, DANGER, lust, extreme ups, and downs are all there The cover is unique and beautiful Not that you should pick a book by its cover.Rachel and Chase are treasure hunters, but that might be the only normal basic part of this story There are monks, cursed swords,


  9. says:

    Buried Threads a review by Rosemary KennyThree cursed legendary Samurai swords, created by the greatest maker of all time and lost stolen over the centuries from the Buddhist monks who were charged with protecting them One jewel hilted wakizashi has been located under water near Tokyo, Japan, while the other two remain hidden below ground in their owner s lost tomb According to mythology, those worthy to possess any all of the dead Prince s swords will acquire great powers, but an unworthy


  10. says:

    The treasure hunting adventure continues in book 2 and there s even than your average deep sea dive for recovering artifacts Both Rachel and Chase are off to tackle on a hunting task for a private client in the land of Japan Meeting up with their assigned Japanese associates Shinzo and Yuki to forge a plan to retrieve 3 traditional swords each completing a special and sacred collection The unexpected twists started from the very beginning and progressed throughout the rest of the book No denying


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