Coffee and a Review with Stone of Heaven by L.A Sartor

images2Happy Monday morning!  Today we have Stone of Heaven by L.A Sartor.  It’s a wonderful book to start off your week.  It’s an adventure book that would keep you from dreading your job as much.  This is a great romantic adventure book that keeps you just a bit paranoid to keep you emotionally tied to the book.  Be sure to check out my review after the book blurb.

B17937524ook Blurb:

The Recluse …
Tori Carswell treasures her solitude and simple life.  Her identical twin, Abby Carswell, is the polar opposite, seeking increasingly risky adventures.  Now Abby has put herself in mortal danger, captive of an ancient Mayan cult.  Her only hope?  Woefully under-prepared Tori.

And the Treasure Hunter …
Reid Hunter, good-natured and currently broke, aims to beat his ex-partner Abby to the fabled blue jade known as the Stone of Heaven.  But when reclusive, aero-phobic Tori overcomes her fear of flying and tracks her sister to a well guarded tomb deep in the Yucatan rainforest, he realizes Abby is in serious trouble.

Can Opposites Accomplish the Impossible?
Abby no longer trusts Reid. Can Tori risk doing so now, and join forces with him to save her sister?  Or will Reid put riches before life and love?



Tori Carswell is a self-imposed recluse.  She lives on a train and designs jewelry for the rich and famous.  It’s her sister Abby who risk taker and adventure seeker.  But, when during a hunt for a fabled stone Abby is taken by immortals who are trying to resurrect their God.  When Tori can’t locate Abby she begins the hunt herself.  Though woefully under prepared her duty to her twin sister is bottomless.  When she runs into the treasure hunter Reid Hunter she knows she should stay far away.  His reputation has preceded him and all she knows is she has to watch her back with him.  The problem is that when they work together a chemistry and heat build between them that they cannot deny.  Though Tori is falling for Reid can Reid love Tori back more than his love of treasures.?

I really enjoyed this adventure story.  I thought is was a quick paced read that leaves you wanting another.  So much treasure, so little time.  The characters of Tori and Reid really had wonderful chemistry.  It builds as a good story does.  The story went much farther than I expected and took you on a lot of different journeys.  Overall, this was a great adventure story with a dash of love and romance.  I can understand why Tori falls for Reid he’s a total hottie!


4 Comments (+add yours?)

  1. Leslie Ann
    Sep 09, 2013 @ 23:35:07

    Thank you for the wonderful review. It was a fun, yet difficult story to write, with the right mix of romance and adventure. BTW, Reid is a hottie 🙂


  2. ellisv
    Sep 21, 2013 @ 15:10:08

    I’m late getting here, but I bought the book and really enjoyed reading it. It’s a fast-paced, fun story with characters I loved.


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