He's an investigator on a mission, but it's impossible to ignore the brilliant woman helping him complete it…
His sister's life is at stake, and despite his wealth and power, Sheik Emir Al-Nassar feels helpless. At least heading his family's security agency provides him with resources to track down her kidnappers. But when the ace profiler he's sent turns out to be K. J.—Kate—Gelinsky, Emir is furious. Finding the kidnappers' desert hideout is dangerous enough without the distraction of a beautiful woman.
But K.J. is unlike any woman he's ever known. Her fearlessness and incisive mind inspires Emir's admiration. And her compassion breaches his guarded heart. Still, rescuing his sister is a perilous mission. And allowing desire to cloud his focus could endanger them all.
I'm excited to have Emir tell his story. He's the oldest of the Al-Nassar siblings and for years he and his twin have shouldered the responsibility of keeping his family together since his parents tragic passing when he was in his early twenties. In fact, being too serious is what gets him into trouble with his heroine, Kate. When his sister is kidnapped he recruits help and when he discovers she's female he reacts in a way that puts him immediately at odds with her. But the two of them together prove to be a powerful combination as they race the clock to find Emir's sister before it's too late.
Setting plays a large role in any story and can be a character in its own rite. It can act as an antagonist or protagonist as it helps or hinders the hero. Morocco I found was a powerful setting that really affected the direction of the story.
I loved the setting of Morocco, roaming the streets of Marrakech - exploring the Medina and heading into the Sahara. It's an amazing place that I visited once a long time ago but would love to explore again. Memory only takes you so far because after all, the characters needed today's Morocco not yesteryears. But research found some interesting sites and great information, and found me a new site to follow on Twitter - Magical Morocco.
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