Doctors Beyond Borders
By Georgie TylerShe’s about to find out that nothing is fair when it comes to war, except, perhaps, the healing power of love.
When Ariadne Tate takes a deployment to Sudan with a medical aid organisation, romance is the last thing on her mind…but Dr Ford Gosden puts a glitch in her plans. Too damn attractive for his own good and a thoroughly nice guy, Ford slowly seeps under Ariadne’s skin.
But Sudan is not a stable place to form a relationship, and as political tension escalates in the region, Ariadne has no choice but to focus on her job and her safety. Under the protection of a UN convoy, she heads out into the war-torn countryside — and the unthinkable happens. Captured and held hostage by a renegade with no chance of escape, Ariadne’s hope for a new life with the man she loves begins to fade and the fight for her life begins.
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He strode over and wrapped his arm around her shoulders. She wasn't sure whether she should move away. Need had her leaning into his frame. He was warm and comforting.
All too soon, he turned her to face him and held both her shoulders in his hands, exposing her to the nip of the air again.
‘Are you sure you’re okay?’
‘Yeah, I just couldn't sleep.’ She curled her lips into a feeble smile for his benefit. She didn't want him to think she was weak and couldn't take what Sudan dished out.
‘I wish you hadn't said anything about scorpions, though. I’m a fully-fledged arachnophobe.’
His eyes crinkled in the corners. ‘I wish I could bunk in with you and protect you from the little suckers, but it’s a strictly male/female dorm policy here.’
She chuckled wrapping her arms around her waist. ‘I don’t know what’s more dangerous, the scorpions or you.’ She gazed at him through her lashes.
A single finger smoothed over her cheek and the outline of her bottom lip. ‘Me, honey, always me.
About The Author
Georgie Tyler lives on Sydney’s leafy North Shore with her husband and three children. After years of being a stay-at-home mum she decided to branch out and return to university to study teaching and pursue her lifelong dream of becoming a writer. When she’s not teaching or writing she likes to watch movies, catch up with family and friends, and has been known to dally on social media.
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