Texas Ranger Alex Markham lands an unusual assignment-protecting an ambassador's daughter on the African savanna. No one-not even wildlife filmmaker Meghan Jordan herself-can know his true identity. The stubborn but beautiful Meghan is nothing like the bookish woman he expected.and neither is his unguarded reaction to her. For the cowboy-turned-cop, the routine babysitting assignment turns into a lifesaving mission when poachers target the unsuspecting beauty. But when Meghan learns the truth of Alex's identity, can she forgive him before their chances for a future are destroyed forever?
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Customer Reviews for Deadly Safari
Review 1 for Deadly Safari
Very good read
Date:March 14, 2014
I have read two other Lisa Harris books, so when I got the opportunity to read and review Deadly Safari I jumped at it. I enjoyed reading about the people and the animals in Africa. The story has a good flow, plenty of suspenseful mystery. The relationships issues are interesting and help the story and the decisions each person made create new issues at times. Overall a worthwhile read.
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Review 2 for Deadly Safari
Date:March 13, 2014
I was hooked from the start. Action, adventure, and romance fill the pages of this new book by Lisa Harris. The backdrop is the African savanna and is well described and the perfect setting for this story. The detail of the animals, the land, and people make you feel like you are there. Meghan is a strong, independent woman that has been on her own most of her life. She is unsure of how to have a loving relationship with another person due to the loss of her mother and estranged relationship with her father. Alex is still heartbroken from losing the one he loved. Can these two ever learn how to love? I would love to hear more about their stories.