Richard knows he screwed up and he'd do anything to get Zainab back, but first he needs to make sure his company-and his loyal employees-don't go under. (Who knew kicking your primary investor to the curb would have consequences?) Good thing his family has such deep pockets; too bad he doesn't want to take a cent from them. Why should Zainab take him back if he can't get out of his own way?
Maybe Zainab can eat her cake and have it too-that is, until she's given an ultimatum. The choice isn't Lover A or B; it's protecting her friends or letting them fend for themselves. With that hanging over her head, what's it going to take to make sure she and everyone else can finally move on?
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In 2012 she wrote the History section of her sister Suzanne Nam's Moon Thailand (Moon Handbooks).
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