A WORLD APART

A WORLD APART

by Camelia Miron Skiba

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Overview

In a war that's not hers, she loses everything.
Everything she loses is because of him.
Forgiveness is not an option.
Or maybe...

Lieutenant Cassandra Toma, trauma surgeon in the Romanian National Army starts her deployment at the Joint-Unit Air Base "Mihail Kogalniceanu" on a wrong foot, clashing on her first day with her new commander, Major David Hunt. Her rebellious nature and sassiness rival her excellent performance in the operating room--the only reason why she's not reprimanded, or maybe not the only reason.

They meet. They clash. A forbidden passion consumes them with the intensity of an erupting volcano, leaving her heartbroken and him with tarnished honor and pride as an officer. The only way out for David is disappearing into the dangerous warzone in Iraq. Their flame was supposed to be over when destiny brings them back under the same roof, this time with a common goal--to find Cassandra's brother, Maj. Robert Toma, kidnapped by insurgents while on patrol.

To rescue Robert, Cassandra and David put aside their resentments, uniting forces against a common enemy. Trying to forget the painful past, Cassandra opens up to give David--and their love--another chance. What she doesn't realize is that her anguish is the result of David's impetuous action--one reckless choice he made for which she may never forgive him.
His mistake, his secret, could cost them both the love they've finally found.

Product Details

BN ID: 2940013880542
Publisher: Camelia Miron Skiba
Publication date: 12/17/2011
Sold by: Barnes & Noble
Format: NOOK Book
Pages: 320
File size: 396 KB

About the Author

I WRITE. I LOVE. I DREAM. I WRITE.

Who I was yesterday … I’m no longer today, nor will I be tomorrow. Each day I grow a little. I stumble, fall and get up. I learn something. I dream, desire and look to the future.
Who I am is not important, but what I leave behind is.

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