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The hero was handsome, strong, brave, baarbarian intense loved the steamy scenesbut I felt like the heroine was out there and not involved in wanting to love the hero. When her cousin Sacha gets her out, she is relieved to say the least.
Princess Theresa “Tess” Rubinoff and Sheikh Galen Ben Raschid first met when she was twelve and trying to save her dog from the smelly bog A man surrounded by enemies, he would make her a slave to his passion in order to bind her to his side, little knowing that when he took the captivating princess as his bride, he would lose his heart.
In Johansen switched genres, turning to crime fiction, with which she has had great success. Flaunting the oppressive destiny decreed for her by the kingdom of Tamrovia, Princess Theresa Christina Rubinoff struck a sensual bargain with a handsome barbarian chieftain. Amazon Music Stream millions of songs. Tess was a woman before her time!!!! He offers her freedom after three years of marriage to secure the unity of his country, and a child.
It’s just that their relationship didn’t really play out in the way I imagined at first No One to Trust. To see what your friends thought of this book, please sign up. Instead of being overbearing and over-alpha and bending Tess to his way — instead he gave her the freedom to be herself!!
But the end disappointed me a lot, because it was a nice end and the things are supposed to be this way, but with Sasha leaving I felt and still feel sad and until the last 3 pages a was smiling and couldn’t stop reading, so the end of the book just broke the whole magic of the book and the whole book I don’t know how Iris Johansen always do that, she writes a This was an amazing story, since i heart that there is desert and sheik and a kingdom so far away I just fall in love with the storyline.
Now I really liked the beginning of the story. He was a desert warrior king, driven by passion and pride. Learn more about Amazon Giveaway.
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As I was so happy to discover…. It reminded me of the very old Tyrone Power movies. Nov 24, Tina rated it liked it. In an effort to offer theresa a way out of her life of being beaten by a husband that might not love her johanden a means to an end of war for him and his people he makes her an offer.
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Galen is hot-tempered and just plain hot. Page 1 of 1 Start over Page 1 of 1. The Legend of Nimway Hall. See 1 question about The Golden Barbarian…. Last Bridge Home Sedikhan. Tess is no unwilling victim – she’s given the chance to exert some control over iohansen life and future and she goes for it. Ships from and sold by Amazon. Then we get Tamar who is an old friend of Galen but a true barbarian who is attacking, piliaging, raping, killing, and basically wreaking havic among the kingdoms.
The marriage takes place pretty early in the book, so this may count as a marriage-of-convenience plot if that’s your thing or not.
I loved the hero and the story line, but not so much the heroine and the ending was a let down. What troubles me irjs little, is that Tess behaved like the spoiled princess that she was. From the cover and the title I thought it was going to be really campy and just kinda fluff with some smut thrown in.
One person found this helpful. But love and fate have other plans. She vowed to play his seductive game, surrendering herself to his will, all the while determined to fight for her independence in a land that considered women only as playthings. The story takes place somewhere in a dessert with characters from fictional I think Jouansen had a huge conflict of values while reading this book. From the halls of a palatial prison to uris hot sands of an endless desert.
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Jul 04, Brittany rated it liked it. It was so neat! They both rise above their times, and in the hero’s case his inner “barbarian”. Buy the selected items together This item: