Friday, June 15, 2012

Author Spotlight! Liz Crowe Author of The Diplomat's Daughter & Flower Passage

When Vivian Kincaid's eyes meet those of a hunky local at the Turkish university her father forces her to attend it only takes her a split second to recognize her childhood friend. Levent Deniz was the servant boy who taught her to run the streets of Istanbul years before, giving outlet to her wild streak even as a child.
Now face-to-face once again as adults, the only thing standing between them and happiness is her father. The newly appointed Consul General for the United States has other plans for his only daughter. Ones that do not include a former servant, now successful entrepreneur and businessman. He will do everything in his power to keep them apart.
 The Diplomat's Daughter is set in 1960s Istanbul and tells the story of pre-destiny, passion and the rebellious power of truelove.
What would you do if the lover, brother, son and friend you thought you'd lost forever was returned to you?  
Brutally battered emotionally and physically for the past two years, Tarkan Deniz has escaped his captors.  When the Deniz family discovers the shocking truth they rally and do everything in their power to bring him back safely.  But all have been affected by the tragedy of his loss, and must come to terms with the new reality, each in their own way.  
When Happily Ever After seems like a man can bring healing to all, but will he ever be the same man again?
Flower Passage teaches the lesson that love once lost, can be regained, even if it takes a slightly different form than before


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