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Aide worker Katy McMann was tending to the wounded in a war-torn country when she stumbled upon the cause of the conflict--the king of Baraq. The enigmatic Nikolas Ramsey hid among imprisoned men until he could find a way to restore himself to the throne. In the confines of the prison their chemistry sizzled, and Katy wished circumstances were different. She kept his ...more
Paperback, Silhouette Intimate Moments #1441, 250 pages
Published November 2006 by Silhouette Books
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Kay
Feb 16, 2012 Kay rated it really liked it
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4 1/2 Stars! ~ This was Katy McMann’s first mission as a humanitarian relief worker with InterAid, and she was terrified she was going to screw it up. Baraq’s King had recently died passing on the throne to his playboy son Nicolas Ramsey. Within a week of his coronation, a military coup had succeeded in over throwing his rule and General Sharaf had taken power. In an effort to gain international acceptance of his power, the General invited InterAid to come and inspect and interview his ...more
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Jul 31, 2013 Bronwyn rated it really liked it
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it was a good book, about a young woman who comes upon a young man in an overthrown country who happens to be the king in hiding who rather then desert his country has let himself be captured and together they devise a plan to free him, she helps him regain his throne and his country and they end up falling in love even though their future is uncertain
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i was really in joy i n this book it was really difernt form what she wrote in some of the others i read and i like the endign it took me 2 day to read wow
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Could have gone very wrong very quickly, but turned out to be pretty decent. If only real life dictators could be deposed so easily.
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I liked the first 1/2-2/3 then the main guy turned into a jerk.
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