Oil changes everything. Tess was a runaway, trying to survive as a bar girl. Mike was a fugitive from his past, exploring for oil. His knowledge of the disputed waters of the South China Sea were worth millions. She became the pawn to buy his silence. Then she would die. Love and determination was all they had to stay alive ... and stay together.
The family at the center of Willow Trees Don’t Weep is almost Tolstoyan in its unhappiness: not just unhappy, but unhappy in its own, particular way. Najwa lives in Amman. It is hard to... [ Read full review ]