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Married. To Ian. No matter how many times Nadia's predicament crosses through her mind, it always ends with the same question; what in the world have I done?

If it wasn't bad enough that Nadia fled the scene the morning after, it seems her husband jumped ship too. It's only when cryptic postcards from Africa start piling up that she realizes how far Ian jumped. Judging by the foreign agent hunting for stolen diamonds and a woman searching for Ian, claiming to be his wife, Nadia fears Ian jumped too far and too deep.

When Lenny declares war with Fairytale Chapel for stealing his customers, Frankie orders all hands on deck to win... including Muffin. But winning the war means Frankie has to look at his past to find the answer. Nadia agrees to wager with Caleb in exchange for his assistance in helping Frankie. But winning the war isn't her only motivation... losing to Caleb is.

©2013 Nicolette Pierce (P)2015 Nicolette Pierce

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Great story, wrong narrator

I love the Nadia Wolf series, all 5 star stories! I was shocked to hear the narrator for this series when I listened to this Audiobook. The strong British accent is a horrible choice for this very American story. The words are clipped and flat, not at all smooth and easy like the writing. Both the story and the narrator are good separately, but there is nothing complimentary about putting them together. I'd have to recommend reading this series instead of listening to it.