This book has it all, romance...adventure. After years of estrangement Ross and Juliet comes together on a quest to find her brother and to repair the damage to their marriage. It is bittersweet because you can't help but feel the loss of all that time wasted over a misunderstanding that tore them apart. But the ending is definitely worth all the pain and suffering that these two went through.
Juliet, Ross's estranged wife, lives in the desert in the middle of Persia, having cut off all contact with her friends and family. But she accidentally encounters Ross when her brother's life is in danger and Ross agrees to try to save him. Long-dormant feelings for Ross emerge, and she cannot allow him to go into danger alone, so she insists on accompanying him into the most dangerous part of Asia to try to rescue Ian, her brother.
On the journey, both Ross and Juliet discover that, however they may feel about each other, strong attraction still lurks between them. Can they somehow overcome the problems which caused Juliet to leave Ross, and the anger Ross still feels at her abandonment of him?