Of Julia and Men by Peggy Hinaekian

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"The book features a compelling pace and hot sex scenes — and romance fans will find themselves racing to learn whether maturity and steadiness can ultimately triumph over youth and excitement."
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The story of Julia, a Middle Eastern young woman and her men. She escapes the traditional society of the Middle East to live life at its fullest in Europe.  She is in search for passion and goes from one man to the other trying to find the one who will fulfill her expectations. She falls in love with two men simultaneously and is torn between them as they both want to marry her. After a summer of juggling both relationships, she is confronted with a dilemma and confides in her ex husband who she happens to meet on a trip up the Nile river. 

It is a sensual tale of love, passion, and forgiveness with a surprise ending. 

 

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Published November 26, 2015 by Xlibris US. 238 pages
Genres: Romance, Erotica, Literature & Fiction. Fiction
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on Mar 21 2016

"The book features a compelling pace and hot sex scenes — and romance fans will find themselves racing to learn whether maturity and steadiness can ultimately triumph over youth and excitement."

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