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Love in the House of War is a romance suspense about a Green Beret medic and an Afghan nurse. Several Special Forces teams arrive in Afghanistan in response to the 9/11 terrorists attacks and link with CIA-backed guerrillas to fight Al Qaeda and the Taliban. When these Islamic forces of evil capture Shararah, the Afghan nurse who dared speak to an American, Ron Hawkins, the SF medic, comes to her rescue. Together, they escape through the Hindu Kush Mountains and discover an improbable love for each other, one that prevails over nihilistic ideologies, such as ISIS, that still exist today. A masterful prose that develops an expansive story line to a surprise ending in a beautiful love story set in a theater of war. This heartwarming novella will give you a better understanding of the injustices for the women of Afghanistan and around the world.