She arrived in her haven traumatized, fearful, homeless...and pregnant. Slowly, she rebuilt her life, gave birth to her son and somehow learned to get on with living without Zahir. For five long years, Callie recovered from the nightmare of her captivity. And she raises her son.
When Zahir enters her life once more, she can't believe that the fire between them is hotter than before. But she refuses to give in, despite its intensity. She's too afraid that the peace between the previously warring countries will end and that she or her son could be in peril again. She yearns to feel safe, but can she defy her heart or deny her son his father?
|Publisher:||Elizabeth Lennox Books|
|Product dimensions:||6.00(w) x 9.00(h) x 0.23(d)|
About the Author
Although she wanted to be a romance novelist since the eighth grade, that dream only became a (paid) reality for her in 2009 and a full time job in 2012. Along the way, she received a BS in History and held different jobs in the real estate, government consulting, and financial industries. All during that time, though, she was always writing, using her personal experiences, dreams, and travels throughout the United States, Europe and the Caribbean as backdrops for her stories. To date, she has written over seventy books and sold over one million copies. Her free novellas have been downloaded over 2.2 million times since 2013.
Elizabeth lives in Virginia with her husband and two children. Their home is just outside of Washington, D.C., and many of her novels are set in this area.
Most Helpful Customer Reviews
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So love this series
I love the hero and heroine in this book. At the start of the book, the hero, who is the Sheik of his country, has made a lasting peace with the 3 neighboring countries. They have been at war for ten years, so this is a great accomplishment, and is not only good for his country, it is good for him personally. As we find out, he fell in love 5 years before and brought his fiancee home to his country. Shortly after she arrived, she was kidnapped and held captive for several days. Now, with the peace, he can go get his love. The heroine is in the US, with their son. She lives alone, but has friends and a job she loves, but no lover. He has made sure she was ok, but stayed away for their safety. When he first comes for her, she is too afraid of reliving the horrors that she went through before, so she rejects him. He finds a way to spend time with her and their son, who he is meeting for the first time. It is very romantic, but includes some of the warth of seeing a man meeting his smart, adorable son for the first time. The characters are both likable, but they grow through the story as they figure out where life goes from here.