Sunday, March 10, 2013

Captive Heart

Juliet Hamilton had the world by the balls. Married to millionaire, Andrew Hamilton was the most successful Hollywood producer of the twenty-first century. But Juliet's world tumbles when her husband leaves the United States for Central America to buy himself a kidney. Unknown to Juliet, her millionaire husband has gotten himself involved with the drug trafficking cartels in South America and with their help, he's procured an illegal body part.

When Andrew's transplant goes array with the donor dying alongside her husband, the Nicaraguan government confiscates her passport, threatening Juliet with imprisonment. Detained and held captive in her hotel, Juliet believes she’ll never leave Nicaragua alive. 
Handsome, Afro-American Colonel Terrance James Whitingham and his Special Forces team are called upon to rescue the attractive Juliet Hamilton and he knows he’ll have to take her by force from the crooked Managua Police. 

Considering Juliet nothing more than a over-indulged, spoiled, white prima donna, Terrance soon finds he can’t fight his growing attraction to her. And for the first time in his life, he takes a women, ravishes her, and then loses his heart to what he has always considered forbidden territory. 

Juliet falls head over heels in love with Terrance only to have her heart and her will broken countless times. Once back on U.S. soil, the Colonel walks away, pushing their weeks together behind him. At least he tries. 
Love is a powerful emotion that transcends all barriers which Juliet and Terrance will find out, learning to trust, love and desire as none before them ever has.

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Suzzana C Ryan said...

for the gal who commented before...this based on a true event in my life...yes people do attempt to by illegal kidneys.


Debby said...

When we adopted our daughter from Poland, we were accused of taking her for the body parts. Not personally accused but the papers had an article that said Americans were adopting Polish children for that purpose. I had never heard of that before.
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