61OpbxX0aQL._SX332_BO1,204,203,200_Liz McCran and Donnie Barnes travel to Cairo, Egypt, in search of Addie and Gary Wright, who were asked to deliver a mysterious envelope. Within days of their arrival, the couple has vanished. When Liz locates the Wright’s contact, Mr. Moustafa, she receives the first of several riddles.

Rayhan Shenouda, an Egyptian working at the American Embassy, agrees to help but his desire is to win Liz’s heart. Following his traditional customs, and much to her surprise, he proposes within days of their meeting.

Will the Wright’s be found? Can Rayhan and Liz’s love withstand an inevitable collision of cultures and customs? Or will it all end at the hands of a nomad insurgent named Ahmad?

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Five Star Review on Amazon By Chandler

Cairo was such a delight to read. I was surprised by the great detail of this book. Pitts-Caine did her homework. I have been to the cafe that she has described in her book, it is exactly as she had described! While not knowing the premise of the read, I was not only caught up in the romance aspect of the book, but the adventure aspect made this book a real page turner. Every chapter had me intrigued and not only held my attention but, had me yearning to turn the next page. A great weekend read. Bravo Pitts – Caine, mahalo for yet another great book!

About the Author

Victoria Pitts Caine resides in Fresno, California. Her first passion is her family,followed closely by writing and exotic gem collecting.

Always being the storyteller ten years as a genealogist provided the experience for the background details for her first novel, Alvarado Gold.

Victoria is also an award winning author who has published both fiction and nonfiction articles in Seekers, Short Stuff, HI Families, The Front Porch and The Manzanita Literary Journal. Additionally, an honorable mention at the William Saroyan Writer’s Conference, special recommendation in the Writer’s Journal poetry contest and second place in the Writer’s Journal 2004 romance contest. A mini romance was published by True Story in their Sweet, Sweet Mini Romance section.

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