By Iris Johansen
From number one ny occasions bestselling writer Iris Johansen comes a vintage story of exciting experience and unbound ardour, as humans embark on a trip via terror and desire….
At twenty-one, Zilah Dabala has already survived a harrowing previous. Now she’s confident she will be able to deal with something on her own—even being held hostage by way of a terrorist team. yet Daniel is set to rescue her. and shortly their get away ignites an intimacy neither has ever identified. as soon as Daniel learns Zilah’s tragic mystery, even though, he fears she can be misplaced to him endlessly. He’s defied dying again and again over—but can he educate a tender lady the therapeutic energy of love?
Daniel Seifert has spent his lifestyles at the fringe of threat, accomplishing high-risk defense missions around the globe. yet it’s greater than experience that compels him to tempt destiny but again—it’s a tender girl in a photo, a girl whose hot, wise-beyond-her-years smile supplies Daniel the inexplicable feeling that he’s stumbled on whatever he’s been looking for all alongside.
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Extra resources for A Summer Smile (Sedikhan, Book 6)
Once she’d checked the locks—twice—taken her medication, she curled on the bed, fully dressed, still wearing her boots and sunglasses. And closing her eyes, she gave in to the exhaustion of pretending to be normal. 4 A spring storm dropped eight inches of wet, heavy snow, and turned the lake into a frothy gray disk. Some of the locals plowed through it on snowmobiles while kids, bundled into shapeless stumps in their winter gear, entertained themselves building snow people around the verge of the lake.
I never asked about the baking. ” “Now you’re thinking I’m better at that than the grill. And you’d be right. ” She flipped a pair of burgers, then dumped fries and beans on the plates with them. Joanie was tossing the pickles and tomatoes on the plates when Lo sauntered back into the kitchen. ” He bent, kissed the top of her head while Reece’s stomach sank. Ma, she thought, and she’d made a crack about his penis. ” He sent Reece a slow, easy smile before he tipped back the beer he’d carried back with him.
Yes. ” She looked around as if she’d just dropped in from 40 nora roberts another planet. “I was just taking a walk, I didn’t realize. ” “You must be. ” “Not really. Um. ” She studied it for a moment, the simple log structure, the long sweep of the covered porch with its single chair, single table. It was a lovely thing, she decided. A single chair, a single table. “Private,” she added. ” “I’m not. ” “I meant . . ” She took a deep breath, twisting and untwisting the cap on her bottle of water.