If you had asked Jack Warden what his favorite things were before that afternoon, he would have reeled off a list without hesitation: black coffee, blue skies, driving into town with the windows down, Mount Kilimanjaro wreathed in swirling clouds in his rear-view, and the girl who owned his heart making up the words to the song on the radio.is about two ordinary people, living worlds apart, who set out to achieve the extraordinary.Vision is not the only issue that children with albinism struggle with in parts of Africa.Thought to have magical powers, their body parts are bought and sold for thousands of dollars on the black market, for use in potions said to bring wealth and good luck.I held my breath, afraid to exhale for fear it would slip out, never to be found again.” When a bomb explodes in a mall in East Africa, its aftershocks send two strangers on a collision course that neither one sees coming. I loved the way she came—body arched, mouth open, warm flesh quivering under my touch. My release should have been quick, but I held on, not wanting it to end. I could feel her eyelashes against my skin every time she blinked.Jack Warden, a divorced coffee farmer in Tanzania, loses his only daughter. The indescribable fullness of holding her, of watching her body respond to the sensations I was making her feel. Each time she reached her peak, I burned a little more, until the desire to possess raged through my blood like an inferno. It was the tiniest flutter—the softest sensation—but it soothed the hot, brimming ache her absence had left.Jack Warden, a divorced coffee farmer in Tanzania, loses his only daughter.An ocean away, in the English countryside, Rodel Emerson loses her only sibling.
But even if they beat the odds, another challenge looms at the end of the line.
And I think I put off reading this for so long because I absolutely despise anything to do with cheating. But like everything in life, nothing is black and white and neither was their lives, their choices, or their affair.
I have read a few books in the past with cheating and did NOT enjoy them. Leylah did the impossible – She actually made me LIKE all of the characters in this book. If you’re like me and haven’t picked this up because of the touchy premise, I promise you this is this book that will change your mind on the topic.
Tanzania has one of the highest concentrations of albinos in the world.
People with albinism lack pigment and usually have a number of eye conditions, including poor vision and sensitivity to light.
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But Leylah wrote this in such a way you just can’t help but sympathize and yearn for everyone that was involved.