Rashida married Khaled al Hasiqi to get out of her country and save her brother. But the plan backfired when she began to fall for Khaled. She found he was nothing but a playboy who had married her to save his reputation as a high placed diplomat. Desperate to escape him, she left him.
But now Khaled has found her. She cannot keep running away from him, especially when he holds the key to her brother’s safe return. Torn between staying and leaving him, she finds the magnetic attraction he held for her rearing up again. Across Parisian avenues and Icelandic seas, she accompanies Khaled, held silent by her deceit, yet swept away by the passion only Khaled can ignite inside her. He will surely know the truth one day, and he would never forgive her. Then she realizes she is trapped, and not just by Khaled’s alluring handcuffs…
He reached out and brushed a strand of hair from her cheek with a careless flick of his finger. ‘Did you think I would not try to trace you, my dear or did you think I would not have the means?’
The touch, as light as it was, wasn’t lost on her. She didn’t betray by a flicker of an eyelid but he knew she felt it. Knew because he felt it too and electricity like that couldn’t be generated by a single potential. Her soft blow of breath hit him almost as much as the contact. Her skin felt soft, like live silk and he felt like forgetting everything to indulge his relief on finding her. And because he felt like that, it brought up anger. She hadn’t cared, hadn’t hesitated in deceiving him…
A man, she had implied. The very thought made him seethe with raw fury, but what other explanation was there? He had mocked at her statement because he genuinely didn’t believe she could think of having another lover, let alone take one. Things had been too good with them. Much. Too. Good.
About the Author
Samara Dev is an Indian origin romance author. She grew interested in writing romance through being a voracious reader. One day she thought she would write a book and began to pen a story. What came out surprised her since it was so different from her own experiences. Since then she loves to weave other worlds. She writes romance with a global feel. Bitten by the travel bug, she sometimes explores exotic locales in her books. Her other interests include reading about medicine and nutrition. Readers can send their feedback and get in touch with her via Twitter @samaradevauthor or email her at email@example.com
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