Amanda Beiler, a young woman raised Amish, is determined to make her marriage to internationally beloved Cuban singer Alejandro Diaz work. Since they spend more time apart than together, she decides to join her superstar husband in the spotlight and accompany him on his South American tour.
Despite their deep love for each other, the pressures of maintaining Alejandro's fame and the media's constant hounding begin to take a toll on the young couple. When someone from his past makes a startling appearance during the tour, Amanda is forced to face not only the complexities of his hedonistic past - and the unexpected responsibilities that accompany it - but also her own desire to return to a simple life rooted in devotion to family and God. As Amanda's needs start to conflict with Alejandro's obligations, the couple must decide if their love is strong enough to save their new marriage.
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I have listened to all the books in this series. Book 4 was the best. Can't wait for the next. A very heart throbbing, entertaining series. Romance, suspense, adventure and power all in one.
obviously, there is another book to be written after this one. in which case, the storyline may be redeemed, but standing as it is I was very disappointed in this book's storyline overall. Both main characters acted totally independent of the other without consulting the other or working together as a team. Each one deciding what they thought was best for themselves or for a child or for the whole situation without making any compromises as must happen in any good marriage. Also it was obvious that the child's needs we're always placed above the spouse's needs even at the cost of the marriage. the difference between culture and godliness becomes blurred in Amanda's mind as she begins to equate her cultural upbringing with godliness and as automatically being God's will as opposed to culture. Also, in Alejandro's mind he totally separate his Christianity from his stage / partying character as though the two can be kept separate and that stage life and party life are not accountable to God for their purity because it is part of his job and not where his heart really is.
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