Read Diplomacy by Zahra Owens by Zahra Owens by Zahra Owens for free with a 30 day free trial. Read eBook on the web, iPad, iPhone and Android. All about Diplomacy by Zahra Owens. LibraryThing is a cataloging and social networking site for booklovers. Series By Zahra Owens; Books By Zahra Owens. Most Popular Books Clouds and Rain. Similar Authors To Zahra Owens Diplomacy. Zahra Owens.
|Published (Last):||26 January 2004|
|PDF File Size:||8.43 Mb|
|ePub File Size:||10.87 Mb|
|Price:||Free* [*Free Regsitration Required]|
But, okay, I do like imperfect characters and character growth so I chose to pass all that prejudice through a filter to see if I could let it go and enjoy the story. Also, with the insta-love. And I like the way they act. If Zahra had her wish, a day would have at least 36 hours, because how else would she find the time to finish all the novels still inside her head? And Maria, his wife, is a good woman and now also zshra good owehs.
Jul 27, Bookwatcher rated it it was amazing Shelves: These guys were pretty selfish and immature to not step up and tell the women in their lives the truth. It felt like I could take a look behind the scenes. And realized that my taste obviously has changed. The development of the relationship kept me reading on and I had no problem with the cheating in this book.
Amazon Kindle 0 editions. Going through someone else’s wallet is hideous enough, the rest is overkill.
The ending was little unexpected but very sweet. Both Jack and Lucas are nice guys, dipomacy and urbane and totally in zahrw with each other. To see what your friends thought of this book, please sign up. I didn’t hate it and I did’t really feel the need to dnf bu at the same time I did get bored and there was a lot of eye rolling involved. Link Reply Parent Thread. It’s an of Do you know that feeling?
Lucas is a junior diplomat for the UK. Jack is the US Ambassador in Brussel. Jack took a deep breath. Diplomacy by Zahra Owens Members. Well, I only barely didn’t like it. He is a more diplomacg forthy handsome man with a perfect wife. The passing of time is not clear weeks, months, years. Diplomacy Zahra Owens No preview available – They are average men who have to face difficult decisions.
He has been always attracted by men, but never has followed his instincts, preferring to pursue his career. Phrases like the older man, the younger man, the American, the British when they were referring to each other started to feel ridiculous after a while.
I mean, Jack had barely spent any time with Lucas but after a few moments alone at his home where his wife owfns was at the time he knew something about his heart being involved?
All the politics and intrigue is fantastic. Jack was enough of a reason for Lucas to cheat on her, as a reader I felt the author was trying too hard to convince me that she’s a bh. Potete trovare tutte le mie recensioni su http: I didn’t like this as much as I thought I would when I started it. Google Books — Loading Other stuff was irritating, too.
I Loved the pacing of the book as well as the writing it was clean and tight. He has to make some difficult decisions and he makes diplomacj. Perhaps I’m a bit thick, but it took me two read throughs before I figured out time skips. Maybe if it all that had been discussed up front? Sweet, light, I enjoyed it.
He clearly goes into with his eyes open and has his own relationship going strong at the time. Will they be able to make the right choices in their professional and personal lives? A career diplomat who’s just been sent to a politically interesting Embassy in Europe, he has the perfect wife, speaks five languages and has all the right credentials, yet there’s something missing and he doesn’t owenss know what.
Jack Christensen has everything he ever wanted.
Diplomacy by Zahra Owens
Its more an issue which a tiny little editing job could have helped clarify. View all 29 comments. But then he lays his eyes on Lucas, the British liaison officer for the US ambassy. He has been always attracted by men, but never has followed his instincts, preferring to pursue his career.
A career diplomat who’s just been sent to a politically interesting Embassy in Europe, he has the perfect wife, speaks five languages diplomach has all the right credentials, yet there’s something missing and he doesn’ Jack Christensen has everything he ever wanted.
You definitely feel for his indecision, and you applaud his choices. And not just any man, but the second in command in the British embassy!