A Silent Prayer

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Winner — 2014 Readers' Favorite International Book Awards Winner — 2014 Los Angeles Book Festival (Best Romance) Winner — 2014 Paris Book Festival (Best Romance) Winner — 2014 Hollywood Book Festival (Best Romance) Honorable Mention — 2014 New York Book Festival Adam Gibson is a young and powerful Toronto millionaire. Despite his many blessings, he is an atheist, though he has an altruistic soul. He denies there is a God, until he meets a beautiful stranger in a place that does not exist for anyone but him. Rania Ahmed strongly believes in God, but has lost hope she will ever find her soul mate. Endowed with hypnotic beauty and cursed by a brutal past, Rania has no idea she has cast a spell on Adam, who has never received more from a woman than physical pleasure. As Adam slowly discovers the true meaning of love from Rania, he begins to face his demons and reconsider his beliefs. He learns to love, forgive and repent. But as Adam grows closer to Rania, a series of strange, unexplained events threatens to drive them apart. To keep her from being destroyed by her past, he must persuade her to trust him with her deepest secrets. In this captivating and thrilling romance, an atheist embarks on a path of enlightenment with a tormented soul who may just have the power to change everything he has ever believed to be true.

Romance / Mystery
Samreen Ahsan
4.8 5 reviews
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Author's Note


Our whole world is an inspiration. God’s creativity is marked everywhere, in the colors of the sky, the landscapes, the waters, the humans, the angels, the demons; each element is stamped by the Almighty. The only Divine existence, who knows everything from the beginning till the end. The one who moves the Earth from day to night, and night to day. The one who decides our life and death. The one who has created time.

Each story, every book, motivates me. But in this story, the inspiration has been taken from Arabian Nights, City of Toronto, City of Edmonton, Via Rail, AdobeⓇ and the Holy Qur’an. The characters in the book are purely fictional. Any resemblance to real persons, living or dead, is purely coincidental.

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The book starts with the male character’s point of view, symbolized by ♂, and the next chapter is from the female character’s point of view, symbolized by . Chapter by chapter, the point of view alternates between the characters, so that the reader has the advantage of learning what both characters are thinking and feeling.

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Zoriah: This book was great it had a good back story and it was romantic it was also sexy and I just loved it

Valini: Loved the tension between them, how their story played out and the overall thrill

Anonymous : I liked the characters and there traits I would recommend this book to my friends I rated this 10/10 because it satisfied me

Mineeta: All things said, doesn't justify his rude behaviour. But when thats all the life you know about its hard to change. More power to you Maya. You made a decision and stood by it.

Mariah Ann: Really enjoyed this short story

darkopatience: Very interesting Plot is good. The suspense was great. Grammar also good. Great writing style. 👍🏽

Laura Harden: I like how the chapters flowed. But not the stuff at the end of each chapter.

awecraz: I love to see strong Khushi, Akash and Payal. Another good thing is a sensible Arnav, even with his short temper and Ego...so as annoying as Anjali is, it hardly bothers me, in fact made the plot more interesting...I could't stop myself from getting up to date with the story once I found it..Beau...

Christiana Patanè: Another great book

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Rita Mcintyre: You are very good at helping us visualize and feel what the characters are doing! Makes me wish this was true because I would love to have a mate who loves as completely as you portrays! Great job again 🙃

Rita Mcintyre: I am amazed at how you explained the dragon’s life, skills and appearance! Well done again 🙃

Rita Mcintyre: I am enjoying how you go from one book to the next following the story line and introducing new characters. In this way there is no confusion of the characters. I have read other books where I felt like I needed a chart to keep track! Great writing!

tyraclardy72: I love this story can’t wait to read the next book

tyraclardy72: I’m glad the women got even and I Hoe Brooklyn does give dreamer a chance

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