Anwar ibn Nazeer was arrogant and self-assured. A prince of one of the noblest families in the Middle East and trained all his life to rule by the laws of the Qu'ran, Anwar was a man to be feared and respected, though not often loved.
He'd spent his first forty-three years content with all his position and wealth offered him.
Then, when he volunteered to do a favor for a friend, he turned a corner and found himself staring into the emerald eyes of a destiny he'd never anticipated.
Amber, a young girl from a middle-class English family, was a lovely and flirtatious child model whose parents allowed her far more freedom than most children her age ever have. She'd never been warned that love could wear many faces, or that passion and desire could be masked by rage.
Anwar and Amber were separated by more than age. They were separated by custom, religion, race and culture. Despite this, they became first adversaries, then friends and eventually lovers.
Although Anwar had spent many years in England, his true home was the desert, and the laws, customs and religion of his own people were as much a part of him as his soul, and Amber was as different from an ideal Muslim woman as anyone could imagine.
Their struggle to create a world of their own-a safe place for their love is a part of this story, but the heart of it is their intense and enduring love and passion for one another.
"Kahramaan" is a sensual, evocative romance that will leave people believing in love again.