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Operation: Forbidden (Silhouette Romantic Suspense #1647)
     

Operation: Forbidden (Silhouette Romantic Suspense #1647)

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by Lindsay McKenna
 

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Helicopter pilot Captain Emma Cantrell has a chance to clear her military record in war-torn Afghanistan. She's not about to let anyone get in her way—especially Afghan Captain Khalid Shaheen. Emma can't deny Khalid is total eye candy. But she's fallen prey to his kind of charm before—and she never makes the same mistake twice.

Khalid's fight

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Operation: Forbidden 3.6 out of 5 based on 0 ratings. 8 reviews.
fictionalromance More than 1 year ago
I recently had the pleasure of reading Operation: Forbidden. The dynamic duo, Captain Emma Cantrell and Captain Khalid Shaheen, were unforgettable. Because of this book I've started collecting romance novels with a Sheikh theme not that Khalid is a Sheikh but his social standing in Afghanistan and his relations with the US Military make him feel as powerful if not more so than a Sheikh. This book is a powerful romance filled with sensual torment for both Emma and Khalid who try to do the right thing for those in need and for themselves. This story is very compelling because of the touching way that Lindsay McKenna, the author, depicted the need for education for the children in Afghanistan. If you have a soft spot for children, the war in Afghanistan, suspenseful romance, Sheiks, military romance, action and adventure this book is for you. I highly recommend this story for several reasons. Reason 1. The plot is very moving and well thought-out. It sucks you in from the start. Reason 2. The main characters are great fictional heroes to the secondary characters. Reason 3. The descriptions of the settings, the need for education, the heat, and the danger painted a clear picture in my mind as I read the story not once but twice. Reason 4. The plot is fast paced and there wasn't a slow point anywhere in the story. Reason 5. Last but not least if you buy the book you get to stare at the man on the cover (Great job Harlequin on the cover art).
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