TORN FROM HER FAMILY AND HOMELAND Just sixteen, Isabella faces a harrowing journey across the oceans to another world where her unborn child, upon delivery, will be taken from her and given to a stranger. SECRET ENEMIES Empress Himani of India must make a choice in defiance of her Gods.... read more
In the first printing, it mistakenly says (In Spanish) "te querido" instead of "te quiero," which means "I love you." This was corrected in subsequent prints. The correction also made it into the glossary upon reprint.
The Uncle's name was also altered in the first printing, it was supposed to be Palomo, as the author paid homage to Eduardo Palomo, actor, but mistakenly wrote Palermo in several points. It was corrected in subsequent prints.
Isabella's name was used once in Chapter 41, Confession, when it is a chapter about Rama and Himani. This was also corrected in the update.
This book has adult situations, so preferred readers are mid-teens, older teens and adults. Some parents have quite above-their-age teen readers and so may choose to allow them to read it. Some parents may have disagreements with teens 13 or 14 reading a book with adult situations. This has a graphic scene which is in Chapter 8. Parents who allow their younger teens to read the book may want to read that first to see if they need to sensor for their teens.
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