A story about loyalties, strength and love...
On Sale: November 1, 2011
Featuring: Tess Johnson; Beau Johnson; Suha
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Contemporary | Fiction
Tess Johnson has it all: her handsome photographer husband
Beau, a thriving business, and a newly discovered pregnancy.
When Beau accepts an overseas photography assignment, Tess
decides to wait to reveal her secret—only she’s never given
the chance. Beau’s helicopter crashes in the desert.
Tess struggles with the news of Beau’s death and tries to
put her life back together. Alone and dealing with a
pregnancy that only reminds her of what she has lost, Tess
is adrift in a world of failed plans and fallen
expectations. When a new client appears offering more than
just a new project, Tess must confront the circumstances of
her life head on.
Meanwhile, two Iraqi women who are fleeing honor killings
find Beau barely alive in the middle of the desert, his body
ravaged by the crash. Suha, a doctor, and Samira, a widow
and mother of three young children, nurse him back to health
in a makeshift tent. Beau bonds with the women and children,
and together, with the help of an underground organization,
they continue their dangerous escape.
What happens next is a test of loyalties, strength, and love.
8 comments posted.
Re: Come Back To Me
Wow - this is great - I love it!
(Felicia Ciaudelli 6:21am December 21, 2011)
That's fantastic and easy to remember. Thanks. :)
(May Pau 8:53am December 21, 2011)
That was a very clever post!! I'm sure that I'm going to love your book, since it's on my TBR list. I love the cover. The artist did a great job on it. Have a wonderful Christmas, and a Happy and Healthy New Year!!
(Peggy Roberson 9:22am December 21, 2011)
Clever. I just got through reading "Chasing Amanda". Wow, what an amazing "PLOT". I literally could not put it down. Have a nice holiday!!
(Vicki Hancock 11:35am December 21, 2011)
A really good read. Thank You. Merry Christmas Everyone!
(Cheryl English 1:07pm December 21, 2011)
While taking a creative writing course, I penned an acrostic poem. The first letter in each line was bold and spelled out the acrostic. It's hard to match the word to the specified letter to make sense with each line.
(Alyson Widen 4:48pm December 21, 2011)
I LOVE THE ACROSTIC...AND I'M IN IT TO WIN!
(Silvana Moscato 5:08pm December 21, 2011)
I have not had the opportunity to read any of your books before, but your article caught my attention. I am in awe of all that you do with your community involvement. I look forward to reading your new book.
(Robin McKay 7:01pm December 21, 2011)
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