A passionate short story by bestselling author Alice Raine.
Young English teacher Sara Masters takes a job abroad for a year of fun to expand her horizons, and finds herself on the beautiful tropical island of Somora.
A fateful fall on a rocky beach leaves Sara unconscious and at risk of drowning, but she is saved by Khalil Al Safar, a mysterious stranger who drags her from the water, and then insists on caring for her during her recovery. During her recuperation, she starts to suspect that there is more to Khalil than meets the eye, but can’t quite work out what.
Sara might have been looking for adventure with her travels, but locked away with Khalil and his skilful seduction, sparks fly and the two of them discover much, much more...
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