Diamond Legacy

Africa–where diamonds are the currency of the weapons trade, and trust is the only option between two strangers…

Miranda Parrish is a world-renowned veterinarian specialist with expertise in endangered species. She’s fearless and will go anywhere an animal is in need. But when she journeys to Katanga, an animal sanctuary in the heart of Botswana, she lands in the middle of a blood diamond smuggling operation. And there’s only one man who can help her….

Special agent, Matt Bennett’s parents were murdered by a ruthless arms dealer when he was fourteen. He’s devoted his life to avenging their deaths and ending the cycle of violence threatening southern Africa. Undercover at Katanga, he clashes with Miranda. He’s never met a woman so stubborn, who’ll let nothing stand in the way of what she believes in. And he’ll let no one come between him and his vengeance.

Matt and Miranda will have to work together if they want to save Katanga, and both of their lives, before it’s too late.
My Review: I watch Castle, they done an episode about African Diamonds in season 6. So when I got the chance to read Diamond Legacy, I hopped on the chance to read the book. I just have to say Wow. This book just exceeded my expectation. Even though the book was slow in the beginning, but it started to pick right up when Miranda and Matt meet in Africa.
Matt’s parents murder by arms dealer when he was young was the driving force behind him being in Africa again. Everything was going okay until he meets Miranda Parrish an animal dentist.
Miranda received a notice that a hippo in Botswana had teeth problems, so Miranda always wanted to go to Botswana since she was young. When she arrives to Africa she helps take down a criminal, then she helps cure the hippo. But she doesn’t stop there. She notices that something was off about the new janitor that the sanctuary hired on. She started to follow him and lands in the middle of a blood diamond smuggling operation and only one person could keep her alive.
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