Download Claiming His Desert Princess Book Õ 288 pages

Book Claiming His Desert Princess

Download Claiming His Desert Princess Book Õ 288 pages ô ❴Epub❵ ➛ Claiming His Desert Princess Author Marguerite Kaye – Helpyouantib.co.uk Stolen nights with the secret princess Bound to marry for duty Princess Tahira finds her only freedom in forbidden escapes to the desert Then one night she encoHameful past makes any future with her impossible But in the sultry desert heat desires are uncovered and secrets unveiled and soon Christopher will risk everything to claim his desert princess Miniseries Hot Arabian Nights

Marguerite Kaye ì Claiming His Desert Princess Reader

Stolen nights with the secret princess Bound to marry for duty Princess Tahira finds her only freedom in forbidden escapes to the desert Then one night she encounters a stranger under the stars All of these 'Hot Arabian Nights' books are fantastic reads The characters are well drawn as individuals eccentric perhaps but also reflecting their social class and culture during the nineteenth century In this tale a princess unwed in her early twenties but awaiting the day she will be married off risks her name to have some minor freedoms while she can As she is interested in excavating buried mineworking villages she meets a British antiuarian and adventurer They can meet in the empty desert at night but for how long This is an adult romanceThe depth of research and environmental detail is marvellous By showing us the exceptions to the wealthy classes of the day the author gives us far interesting characters and situations MoreI was sent an e ARC by the author for Fresh Fiction This is an unbiased review

Ebook Ì Claiming His Desert Princess ì Marguerite Kaye

Claiming His Desert PrincessAdventurer Christopher Fordyce Claiming His PDF He's wildly attractive and thrillingly dangerousan illicit fantasy she can't resist Even unaware of Tahira's royal blood Christopher knows his s I’ve never read anything by this author before but was drawn to it by the description It’s rare to come across a C19th romance set in an Arabian kingdom and I found this novel extremely enjoyable Princess Tahira doesn’t want to be a commodity sold off in marriage and is pleased that her first two betrothals have fallen through but her brother doesn’t intend that she remain unwed for very much longer Tahira tells herself that she doesn’t want to marry because her sisters need her and she made a promise to her dying mother to look after them but that doesn’t explain why she escapes from the family harem to indulge her passion in history and archaeology On one of her uests she bumps literally into surveyor Christopher Fordyce – her life will never be the same again Recommended readI received a complimentary copy of this book from NetGalley I was not compensated for my review and I was not reuired to write a positive review The opinion expressed here is my own