- ISBN: 9781621353447 (electronic bk)
- Physical Description: 1 online resource
- Publisher: Madison : Astraea Press, LLC, 2014.
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|Summary, etc.:|| One fateful night while performing at the Grammys, the pressure from the music industry becomes too much for Laidan. She is quickly carried off the stage, leaving the world audience stunned and amazed by her emotional performance. Accompanying her are a trusted bodyguard and a close childhood friend. Together they make for the jungles of China where she meets Doctor Rafe Watkins, a humanitarian who has reasons of his own for why he has chosen to live deep within the bamboo forests. The handsome doctor is building an orphanage and runs a clinic that fixes children's broken smiles or cleft palets. Watching him perform his many acts of kind service, Laidan's "broken smile" is also healing and she begins to fall deeply in love with him. She has finally found a place where she belongs. One problem—because of Rafe's intentional seclusion from society for the past seven years, he does not know Laidan's true identity. What will he do when he finds out? Can love conquer all, or is...
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