Crave Press, 9780997794915, 292pp.
Publication Date: June 11, 2018
An American teen is on the wrong side of an ISIS suicide bomb, and only the unconditional love of his mother and Muslim girlfriend has a chance of saving him.
Dalton, an eighteen-year-old from Washington, D.C., suffering from depression since the death of his father, finds peace in Islam. After his conversion, he comes to the attention of ISIS recruiters. Aazam, an ISIS commander, has set in motion a plan to attack the International Coalition countries. He will use Dalton and other homegrown terrorists to make the West pay for its interference.
Once Dalton realizes the true goals of the extremists, he looks for an opportunity to escape the group. His mother, Gail, finds an ally in Daanya, Dalton's girlfriend, who warns Gail of her son's involvement with the fanatical group. Together, they must stop Dalton before he does the unthinkable.