Flower Passage: Tarkan's Return

Liz Crowe
Flower Passage: Tarkan's Return
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Decadent Publishing
Release Date
June 2012
Book 5 of Turkish Delights
Contemporary Romance, Erotic Romance, LGBTQ, Ménage or more

What would you do if the lover, brother, son and friend you thought lost forever was returned to you?

Brutally battered emotionally and physically for two years, Tarkan Deniz has escaped his captors. When the Deniz family discovers the shocking truth they rally and do everything in their power to bring him back safely. But all have been affected by the tragedy of his loss, and must come to terms with the new reality, each in their own way.

When Happily Ever After seems like a nightmare...one man can bring healing to all, but will he ever be the same man again?

Book Review by drm2115
Aug 22, 2012   [ OFFICIAL REVIEW ]
259 people found the following review helpful
FLOWER PASSAGE was an emotional and engaging read. I was unsure what to think when I read a loved one was "returning" from the dead, but Liz Crowe did a wonderful job making the story real and captivating.

This book resolved many of the issues from the first books. It is so enjoyable to watch the family dynamic develop as each struggles to deal with Tarkan's return along with other dilemmas. Dealing with the patriarch, the new loves, the children, the interactions are real and heartfelt. This book allows you to explore each couple's story. In the end, the love this family shares through the many ups and downs life throws at them is the most amazing part of the series.

FLOWER PASSAGE was my favorite of the series. I really don't want to give anything away. I don't want to "spoil" the read for readers, but I really enjoyed another wonderful Liz Crowe read!
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