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Publisher's Summary

When Revell Pharmaceuticals, the multi-billion dollar giant owned by the Revells, approaches Taylor Knox and his company with the possibility of a merger, the future has never looked better.

Not only will the merger benefit Taylor and his company - the promise of a personal share of the proceeds makes the move even more worthwhile. But in order to obtain this personal share, Taylor must find the missing pharmaceutical heiress, Kirra Revell - once the love of his life - who seems to have disappeared without a trace.

According to her sister, Kirra has been kidnapped. But as Taylor travels the globe in pursuit of the missing woman, he realizes that Kirra simply doesn't want to be found.

As the search continues, Taylor's life is threatened at every turn. Who is behind these deadly attacks? When Taylor finally locates Kirra and discovers the secret of her research with indigenous plants, he realizes what a threat she is to her family's pharmaceutical empire. And now, he too is a threat. How far are these corporate killers willing to go to protect their empire?

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Another Bunn in the Oven

Or, in the bookshelf in this case.

A better than solid performance, with a story that moved along well enough and enough twists to keep from getting bored. Maybe not my all time favorite, but I really liked a lot of the different parts and angles. Loved the texture of the characters - always a strong point.