Lost in December

Rand Mustafa

Total Pages: 114
eBookPaperback
Clear
FacebookTwitterGoogle Plus
SKU: N/A Categories: ,

Description

Sabina Evans was on her way to work like any other simple day in her simple life in Arizona, but when her boss retires and the new boss is the same charming stranger she met on the way to work, everything changes.Her anger, hatred and the aggressive attitude she had, day after day, in that same coffee shop, by that same window, turned to passion and love. He visits her once at the flower shop that her father owns to buy flowers before Christmas, but who were those flowers for? What happens when she finally knows? What’s in his wallet? The twenty-three-year-old country girl finally finds her prince charming Ian Williams, who turns her into someone else she never expected to become. At the same time, she finds her dream career as a designer for America’s most famous fashion magazines. Sabina thinks the best solution to keep both is to lie to Ian but she never knew what was going to happen next. Meanwhile, Stephan Haralson is someone she never expected to appear in her life, and although his only wish was to enter her life and change it, it is she who changes his life for good. Two jobs and a secret, a dream coming true, an impossible love story, a third secret love and lots of disappointment, it has all been Lost in December.

RandMustafa

I was born in Baghdad, Iraq, on September 24th, 1994 and I lived there during the war in 2003. I was only 8 years old when I had already found out about my passion for writing. I used to write some cartoon scripts and tried to picture the characters and draw them after every chapter.In 2006, my family and I moved to Jordan after receiving a letter threatening our lives.I didn’t let go of my huge dream of becoming a writer when I was 8, only to prove that girls from the third-world can achieve their dreams.

Reviews

There are no reviews yet.

Be the first to review “Lost in December”

Your email address will not be published. Required fields are marked *