The Healer's Warrior [NOOK Book]

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Could you forgive your captor and brother's killer, for true love and the chance to be Queen of a great nation?

Centuries ago, the great kingdom of Samhia dominated the north of Africa. Tareq Samhizzan, next in line to the throne, was glad to find Jem'ya Okobi, a gifted healer living on the coast, after months of searching for relief from his chronic pain. For a year, the troubled Arab prince hid his identity and suppressed his feelings for ...
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The Healer's Warrior

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Overview

Could you forgive your captor and brother's killer, for true love and the chance to be Queen of a great nation?

Centuries ago, the great kingdom of Samhia dominated the north of Africa. Tareq Samhizzan, next in line to the throne, was glad to find Jem'ya Okobi, a gifted healer living on the coast, after months of searching for relief from his chronic pain. For a year, the troubled Arab prince hid his identity and suppressed his feelings for the dark-skinned beauty. When Tareq and his warriors fall into an unplanned battle with her tribe in Middle Africa, she learns the disturbing truth: The patient Jem'ya has fallen for is a murderous warrior and the son of an infamous king. The tragic battle spins Jem'ya away from him in a storm of grief and rage, while Tareq is driven toward Jem'ya, desperate for forgiveness from the woman he realizes has total possession of his heart. In this passionate, captivating tale, resentment, loss, pride and obsession threaten to divide the healer and the prince forever, but they will only find peace in each other.

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ktaylor901: This book was awesome. It was so good I came home and tried to find it on tv....Exotic location meets diverse people meeting and falling realistically in love.
Honey: Loved This book! Kept me captivated from the very first chapter. Love always finds a way in the end...
christian parker: I don't usually take the time to write reviews but I just had to write about this beautiful book I just finished... I thoroughly enjoyed this story I couldn't put it down. I loved both the hero and heroine of the story their love was so beautiful...
Tam Tam: This is a great love story. Love wins in the end of this great book where two people are not to be together because of race and standing.
Denise Bolds: I enjoyed this story of two people who fall in love under harsh circumstances. The end was a bit rushed and could have been detailed more - but the language and the scenes were great! I would read other works from this author!
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Product Details

  • BN ID: 2940013506329
  • Publisher: Renee Romance
  • Publication date: 11/21/2011
  • Sold by: Barnes & Noble
  • Format: eBook
  • Sales rank: 826,798
  • File size: 145 KB

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  • Anonymous

    Posted December 12, 2011

    check it out

    delightful read

    2 out of 2 people found this review helpful.

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  • Anonymous

    Posted August 20, 2012

    Follow your heart

    Different story line, but if you allow yourself to get into it, you will love it. This maybe what some consider a fanasty, but is still a good read. Her other books "Arizona Allspice" and "Tatted" are better good as well.

    1 out of 1 people found this review helpful.

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  • Posted June 21, 2012

    What a really great story; I'm actually in the middle of reading

    What a really great story; I'm actually in the middle of reading it a second time... There was so much tragedy in this story for both lead characters; but in the mist of it all, the seem to lean on each other, even when they didn't want to. I absolutely loved the genuine flow of the story, the pace; it didn't seem rushed at all and the characters were well developed; you really got to know them and love them. I was rooting for them all the way to the end!!! This is the first story I've read by this author and I look forward to reading more...

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  • Anonymous

    Posted June 13, 2012

    Pretty Epic Love Story

    Description: Jem'ya, a black African healer comes to the aid of Tareq, a North African "farmer," not realizing that he is really the prince of her land, and the son of their monstrous king.

    The Good: This is a really epic love story, told on a historical scale that you don't often see in IR. I loved that both the hero and the heroine were virgins and that it made the love story no less compelling. Somehow the Victorian nature of it all, kept the romance hot. At one point the H/H hug, and I found it surprisingly emotional as a reader.

    The Bad: This is a prime example of why tears should only be used in a book once, maybe three times tops. Jem'ya cries so much, it's hard to stay emotionally connected to her. Tears are like dynamite. Don't use them unless you really need it, or else they can really backfire on you. In this case, there was just way, way too much crying.

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  • Anonymous

    Posted March 19, 2012

    Good

    Good read.








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