Competing in a man's world was never going to be easy, but Gena Brady has finally achieved her ambition to fly helicopters in her father's firm. Proud and pleased to be given the job of ferrying seismologist Dr David Halman around an earthquake zone in eastern Turkey she's taken aback when, instead of the elderly scientific boffin she expects, the man who arrives is thirty-one, startlingly handsome, powerfully built, and apparently as chauvinistic as the men from local villages. But working in dangerous - and close - conditions testing vital equipment together, their enforced trust leads to sudden and surprising discoveries.
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