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The Treasure of Adonis by C.S. Kjar


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Mar 19, 2024
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The Treasure of Adonis by C.S. Kjar

It’s 1964, and Charlea Ludlow is the head librarian in a small east Texas town. Her life is quiet and lonely as she waits for her MIA husband to return from the Korean Conflict. Everything is turned upside down when Roland Parker and David Collins come into the library seeking help with an old letter that mentions a mysterious treasure hidden somewhere in town. Charlea cannot resist their charms and joins them in their hunt. When word leaks out of the hidden wealth, they aren’t the only ones wanting to find it. The others will stop at nothing to have it and will even kill whoever stands in their way.

As David and Roland seek the treasure trove, Charlea searches for her own answers. Should she hold on to the hope her husband will return, or should she open her heart to a new love? The question may be moot when her life is threatened.

Follow the trio and their adventures as they search for the Treasure of Adonis.

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Author Bio:​

Carol is an award-winning author who writes wholesome books about small-town people who face big decisions they wish they didn’t have to make, but in the end, they are stronger for it. The stories are mostly sweet romance and women’s fiction, fun and light-hearted, with touches of humor and wisdom. She lives in the Black Hills of South Dakota with her husband. Her last name is pronounced “care” which she loves. It’s what we should all do: care.
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