"Meticulously researched. A fascinating historical." --Heather Graham, New York Times bestselling author
A tale of love, loyalty, and heartbreak, this book follows a young European girl, Cecile, as she travels to the Sahara desert to reconnect with her past and the memory of her mother. When she was an infant, her French father felt shattered when his Bedouin wife died in childbirth, and thus fled the desert with Cecile. As Cecile gets older, she decides to leave the country she feels lost in, and return to the Sahara and its Bedouin culture. Faced with a physical, mental, and spiritual struggle, Cecile must deal with the danger and the culture clashes as she learns about love, honor, devotion, and her past.
Helen A. Rosburg is the owner of Medallion Press. She is the author of several books, including By Honor Bound, The Dream Thief, and Ellie and the Elven King. She lives in Odessa, Florida.
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October 01, 2007
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