The Promise Paperback
Romance and adventure based on a true story
by Beth Wiseman;
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Beth Wiseman's true life Inspired tale of a search for romance that leads to adventure, betrayal, heartache and rescue
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Inspired by real life events, Beth Wiseman’s romantic tale, ‘The Promise’, will take you on a quest across the world as Mallory Hammond's search for happiness leads her to faraway places.
Full of regret for a chance that slipped away, Mallory Hammond yearns to fill the void, and neither boyfriend, parents nor anyone else will get in the way of her number one goal.
Mallory is determined to be a life saver and now, as romance blossoms with a new friend she met online, comes the chance for her to fulfill her highest ambition, even though she’ll have to leave behind everything and everyone she loves to make it happen.
Tate Webber understands that Mallory’s free spirit has to fly. Though he’s loved her for years, his unwillingness to commit has caused a rift to grow between them.
Now he pledges to give her the space she needs in the hope that, when she comes back, the two of them will be in the same place and can marry at last.
Despite the resistance of Tate and those closest to her, Mallory embarks with her new found friend on a dangerous journey to Pakistan, only to discover how swiftly and easily promises can be broken.
Far from the safety of all she knows, her new internet friend proves that he isn’t all he says he is. And Mallory can’t be sure she’ll even make it out of there alive. Now only the deserted and spurned Tate Webber can save her.
This dramatic story of love and commitment, heartache and betrayal, faithfulness and endurance will have you asking of yourself: How far would I go for love?
The Promise by Beth Wiseman was published by Thomas Nelson in September 2014 and is our 35908th best seller. The ISBN for The Promise is 9781401685959.
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Tate Webber has loved Mallory Hammond for years. He plans to marry her someday, but not until he has his career and life in order. Mallory is in love with Tate, but his unwillingness to commit has created a rift between them. So when Mallory's new boss introduces her to his cousin, she's surprised by his charming, exotic ways and delights in his attention. This exciting stranger begins to sway her thinking about her lifelong dreams and her religious beliefs.
As their online relationship develops, he invites her to visit his homeland in the Middle East, promising her a traditional life based on commitment to family something she's never had and always wanted. In a bold move and with lots of resistance from Tate and those closest to her, Mallory decides to leave the only life she's ever known to meet this man on the other side of the world.
Tate begs her not to go, but Mallory embarks on the dangerous journey anyway, only to discover how swiftly and easily promises can be broken. Her new friend is not who he says he is. Tate must risk his life to rescue the only woman he's ever loved. Can he reach Mallory... before it's too late?
"Beth Wiseman has written an unforgettable book that takes the reader into the heart of darkness in the most complex society in the world, Pakistan. The Promise has many tension-filled moments laced with wonderful imagery and detail. Do not miss this book!" — Jean Sasson, New York Times best-selling author of Princess: A True Story of Life Behind the Veil in Saudi Arabia.
"Promises. Easy to make, far easier to break. Beth Wiseman tells a gripping story of promises, both made and broken. Mallory’s journey, along with Tate, is one for the ages. The Promise is on my All-Star List." — Lis Wiehl, New York Times bestselling author.
Details for The Promise
|Page last updated||22nd April 2017|
|Author / Artist||Beth Wiseman|
|Publisher||Thomas Nelson (September 2014)|
|Number of Pages||320|