Abram Mustafa faces the test of his life and his heart when his terrorist father kidnaps Paige Galbraithe, the one woman who has always been able to touch Abram’s soul. With Paige’s life now in danger, Abram knows that his plans for escape from the only home he has ever known have suddenly become more imperative than ever.
Paige has always wondered if the dark, cool and mysterious Abram el Hamid Mustafa is hiding a wicked side... a wicked side that will allow her to explore the kind of pleasure she has dreamed of. But when she is kidnapped by his father, she finds that she must trust Abram with more than her fantasies. Paige must trust him with her life…and her heart.
Secret, dangerous desires will bind Abram and Paige together as the forces surrounding them try to tear them apart.
©2011 Lora Leigh Inc. (P)2011 Macmillan Audio
No spoilers! Love HOT, sexy books w/a plot. No vampires, paranormal, teens 4 me. I also review in exchange for books-lots of fun surprises!
It was alright...it was interesting but I probably won't listen again any time soon.
Sure, I'm a fan and LOVE the 'Elite Ops' Series.
Yes, she is a great narrator. I've listened to several of her narrations - never disappoints.
Nope...too polarizing & sensitive topics-religion and sex.
I'm pretty easy to please, but this was just a strange set up...it had all the usual terrorists, double agents, kinky sex-it didn't make a lot of sense-maybe the religious aspect was too unbelievable(?)
Very graphic and strong language
I would listen to this again. I felt like the narrator transported me into the room with her voice and the changes of the accents based on the characters.
One of the most memorable moments was when Abram told Paige it was her choice if she was with Tariq without him. Whoa, that was a shocker for her!
I loved hearing her voice! She brought the story to life for me.
No, it was so delicious, I wanted to save some for later. It was a treat to look forward to.
Best woman narrator I have heard.
Too many characters with foreign names that were very hard to follow. Narration was just OK. Story was just too confusing. I see my review doesn't follow the rest but... I thought it had possibilities of being hot but just never got there to me.
The sex scenes were the only thing that kept this story going. Even though when the two characters made love it was like , come on, people are on their way to kill you and you are making love. Really? There were so many names, cousins, step-brothers, step-this, step -that. I found my self going, now who is this? I know Lora Leigh has a tendency to do this in other stories, (don't know why she has to do this) I thought the story drug out, it was very predictable. I did not like this one. Period.
Hot romance/Sci Fi we're so lucky to have Audible to feed our book addictions. I love walking my precious dog Sydney & listening to my books
I have read a few of Lora Leigh's books and did not enjoy this one at all. Have given up on it 1/4 the way through. The narrator is terrible with horrible Middle east accents and the story is defiantly not my cup of tea. Disappointing as i really enjoy her book Wild Card. :(
I'm 37 years old. A single Mother of two boys and a small business owner.
Like only Lora Leigh can, This one starts off with a BANG and keeps on giving! WARNING: this book is full of flesh. Looking for a hot story? This is the one for you.
I loved all the unexpected twists and turns. You really had to pay attention or loose track.
I was most intrigued and impressed with how Ms.Leigh handled the character Jafar.
She did a great job with each character. She gave each one their own voice and personality
You definitely do this in one sitting
I am a huge Lora Leigh fan. I have read all of the Breed books. Lora Leigh is the perfect combination of very Hot love scenes and very well written mystery and suspense that keeps you on the edge of your seat.
And this book does not disappoint.
My reading and listening tastes are eclectic.
This is a great listen if you like Lora Leigh's Pleasure series. The narrator had a great voice, but her accents were a tad off. A middle eastern accent would have been more appropriate, but that is just nit-picking on my part. All in all, happy to recommend it.
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