Chrysalyn Geyer is on a forced vacation.
To hammer the nail on the coffin, itís aboard a ship for the
whole three months. Having two failed relationships under her
belt, work was the only thing that kept her going. On the ship
she meets a mysterious gentleman, someone she does not mind
getting better acquainted with. But the stranger has dark
intentions for Chrysalyn. Unbeknownst to Chrysalyn, Rahn
Benson, a fellow agent has been sent to protect her. Chrysalyn
is the mission as dead bodies of women appear at every port
that their ship anchors. It becomes a race for Rahn to protect
his soul mate as the killer decides that Chrysalyn is meant to
live with him for eternity.
Egyptian Voyage was a well
written story with some surprises. I loved the almost death
experience and the culmination that finally led to the killer
finally getting caught. The only wrinkle for me was
understanding and visualizing the spirit guides with their
powers and the harem of porcelain artifacts that was leading
the main characters into their different paths.