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A terrorist. Two hostages. A desert lair in Yemen. Appearances can be deceiving... Captive inside the terrorist’s lair, Kelliana Coleman screams at Assad, “the Lion”: “I’m not supposed to be here!” Ripped from her husband and children in a deadly explosion, Kelliana is trapped in Assad’s vendetta against Jesse Fairway, an evangelist she despises. Her cries, “But I’m not hiA terrorist. Two hostages. A desert lair in Yemen. Appearances can be deceiving... Captive inside the terrorist’s lair, Kelliana Coleman screams at Assad, “the Lion”: “I’m not supposed to be here!” Ripped from her husband and children in a deadly explosion, Kelliana is trapped in Assad’s vendetta against Jesse Fairway, an evangelist she despises. Her cries, “But I’m not his wife!” go ignored as she is thrown with Jesse into a brutal den of abuse and hatred. Kelliana is determined to barricade her heart from further pain. An advocate for coexistence, Kelliana spurns Jesse, blaming him for her situation. But the hut they share is small and home is far away. Then Assad’s sister enters their lives, hinting that all is not what it seems. As children play in dusty alleys and village women drop their veils for afternoon tea, Kelli and Jesse settle into a tolerable routine. Their relative peace is short-lived. Swallowed by mounting village tensions, rival terrorists prepare to collide. One claims Kelli as his wife, vowing to make her a Muslim. Pregnant and ill, Kelliana narrowly escapes with Jesse across the Saudi border. But the couple has yet to learn that their greatest challenge awaits at home. ...

Title : the grip of lions and veils
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ISBN : 25676678
Format Type : Kindle Edition
Number of Pages : 398 Pages
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  • Faith
    2019-04-05 02:05

    I enjoyed the author's first book so much that I couldn't wait to read this book. I typically prefer non-fiction over fiction, so I was doubtful that I would enjoy/learn as much in this second book, but I found this story so riveting that I could barely put the book down. It truly surpassed all of my expectations. I learned much about Islam through this exciting work of fiction, and it was as thrilling as watching a Hollywood action movie. Most important to me is the fact that reading this made me want to love God more and always do what's right regardless of the cost. The lessons learned by the main character (who is telling the story)were so inspiring. I just can't wait for Parts 2 and 3 to published. Thank you, Audra Grace Shelby, for a job well done.