Naked in Saigon

Naked in Saigon

eBook - 2013
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You don't have to kill him. You just have to let him die. Saigon 1970. Reyes Garcia has consigned Magdalena Fuentes to his past. Then one day she reappears in Saigon with her husband, Connor o'Loughlin, an investigative journalist. It is soon clear to both of them that the flame has not died. And when Connor's investigations lead him in way over his head Reyes can have everything he ever wanted just by doing nothing. All he has to do is let him die. Magdalena Fuentes has never stopped loving Reyes Garcia, and never stopped hating him either, for leaving her seven years ago. But when they find each other again in Saigon they know they cannot stay away from each other again. Meanwhile her journalist husband is bent on exposing the secrets of the drug trade in Indochina, and that is something Angel Macheda will not allow. Reyes is faced with a choice; he can have Magdalena and everything he ever wants if he just does nothing. But in his heart he knows he can still save Magdalena's husband, even if it costs him his life. He always said he cared about nothing and no one but himself. But was that ever really true? In the final days of the war-torn city two lovers are forced to examine their own souls for what lies beneath. Can we really control our own destiny, or does life know our future better than we do? In the tradition of Casablanca and Gone With the Wind, the story of Magdalena Fuentes and Reyes Garcia is a sprawling epic of passion and destiny, stretching across three decades and two continents.
Publisher: [United States] :, Cool Gus Publishing :, 2013.
ISBN: 9781621251484
Branch Call Number: eBook hoopla
Characteristics: 1 online resource
data file, rda
Alternative Title: hoopla (Digital media service)


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