THE CHIEFTAIN’S CHAIR
ISBN# ASIN B00ZV1IOJK
October 31, 2009
Hearts on Fire
Ratings: 3 Cups
Surya Raj, a cultural anthropologist, hurries home when she learns her brother has disappeared. There is no word why Sanjeev left or his whereabouts. When Sanjeev’s good friend, Daniel, arrives, Surya’s world becomes even more complicated.
Daniel Hector is a lecturer at the University of the West Indies and Sanjeev’s research partner. When he learns about Sanjeev’s disappearance, he eagerly enlists his help.
Surya knows that Sanjeev often spoke highly of Daniel. The moment they are in close proximity, sensations stir inside the both of them. After eight months, Surya is trying to get over a divorce and being near Daniel really warms her all the way to her toes. But there is Sanjeev to think about, so she tries to push aside any feelings that begin for Daniel. He is eager to help her locate her brother, but first they have no idea where he might be. When Surya receives a message from Sanjeev saying he is all right, but has to lay low and to trust Daniel, she puts her thinking cap on and figures he must have found something at the caves. As they jump into action to find answers, they soon run into complications that could destroy anything they have found with each other. Could this be the end of each of them?
I really enjoyed the Chieftain’s Chair. There were many memorable moments of Surya and Daniel, making an acquaintance, drawing the reader deeper into the story. I liked the way Tamara Ali brings action and conflict, with an unexpected twist along the way. The chemistry between Surya and Daniel was interwoven sweetly while trying to locate her brother. Tamara Ali creates a read with romance, betrayal, love, a touch of mystery, and blends it all with believable characters to make an entertaining story.
Reviewer for Coffee Time Romance & More