Reverb (Story of CI Book 2) [NOOK Book]

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The last thing Wara imagined when Alejo almost killed her is that she would become his partner in the organization CI. Their first assignment is in sultry Esfahan, where they need to find a controversial Iranian rock star, rumored to have converted to Christianity and been sent to his death. Sami of Ashavan was a project of a well-known church in the U.S., who rejoiced in the rock star’s conversion…until Iran arrested him on charges of Satan worship and rape.
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Reverb (Story of CI Book 2)

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Overview

The last thing Wara imagined when Alejo almost killed her is that she would become his partner in the organization CI. Their first assignment is in sultry Esfahan, where they need to find a controversial Iranian rock star, rumored to have converted to Christianity and been sent to his death. Sami of Ashavan was a project of a well-known church in the U.S., who rejoiced in the rock star’s conversion…until Iran arrested him on charges of Satan worship and rape.
To make amends for killing Noah, who Wara loved, Alejo’s new boss in CI has ordered him to take Noah’s place and be the man Wara loves. But every glimpse of Alejo is killing Wara, reminding her of what he has done and why she can not trust him. Ever.
When Wara and Alejo arrive in Iran, they find shell-shocked friends who have been caught in the crossfire of Sami’s arrest, including a fiery brother and sister rock band who have influence over millions of young Iranians. But what Alejo’s team finds is not what they expected. Who are these people, really?
Amid memories of murder and threats of execution, what kind of love is strong enough to shake the world?

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Product Details

  • BN ID: 2940044310933
  • Publisher: Rachel Moschell
  • Publication date: 7/29/2012
  • Sold by: Smashwords
  • Format: eBook
  • Sales rank: 871,057
  • File size: 566 KB

Meet the Author

If you've read one of my books, you probably noticed I have a rather large imagination. I have to tame it down a bit in my books, but even so, you never know what you might find.

"You really have a lot going on in your head," a friend commented after reading Prism.

Can't say I disagree.

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  • Anonymous

    Posted March 23, 2013

    I thought this was such a cool book! I love books that take plac

    I thought this was such a cool book! I love books that take place overseas and that help me get to know what life in other countries is like. The characters in this story all seemed so real...I couldn't believe they aren't real people I will run into someday on the street. I really got into Alejo and Wara's lives, and I love that while t here is a little romance in this book it isn't cheesy. I love the message that reminds us to check out stereotypes at the door. I wish there were more books like this on the market: good values, people living out what they believe, but not preachy.

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  • Anonymous

    Posted March 20, 2013

    I found the book enjoyable. It's really good for a free book. Ye

    I found the book enjoyable. It's really good for a free book. Yes there are some minor problems with spelling or such but it isn't that bad just a few words here and there.
    I enjoyed how it addressed many issues like prisons and apostasy. Very interesting, I wish the other books in the series were available. I think the first book would address the background to the two main characters more but it stands alone just fine.
    I also like how there is a mix of people who know what's going on and those who don't. overall it was very interesting and I enjoyed reading it.

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