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  • Clash of Cultures and Pride

    This book is completely different from most medieval historical romances that I have read. I don't think I have ever read a book where the heroine was captured by pirates and then taken to an Ottoman prince as a gift. The lady in question is a cousin to Queen Elizabeth I and was on her way to her betrothed in France when the ship was attacked. When the pirate finds out who she is, he decides to give her to his prince. In the first scene between the prince and the lady, it pulls you in right away with the inherent conflict between them. It so happens that her betrothed is a sworn enemy of the prince. So their relationship is rocky from the start, to put it mildly. But this made for a quite fascinating relationship arc. It actually turns out they are quite well suited, even if they both fight it for a while. I like that he ends up having more respect for and treating her better than she probably would have been treated in England or with her French betrothed. I found this to be a very different but compelling read. I received a free copy of this book, but that did not affect my review.

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  • Desert Eden, Great Story

    Book three in the Devereux Series a well written story that kept me turning pages. Lady Heather Devereux gets abducted by pirates then given to the Ottoman prince, Khalid. This story has a very evil man, villains, abduction, twists, turns, drama, danger, suspense, and romance. I want to read more in this series. I received a free copy of this book via Booksprout and am voluntarily leaving a review.

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  • Patricia once again!

    One of the Best Description Of Perfect Arabian Nights!.

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  • Enjoyed

    'DESERT EDEN' by Patricia Grasso is book Three in the "Devereux Family" series. This is the story of Heather Devereux and Khalid Beg. This is a re-release...which was first published round 1993. I wasn't luckily enough to have read it when it first came out so I was happy to get the chance this time. This is easily a standalone book. Heather was headed to a marriage of convince, when she is taken. Heather finds herself a 'slave' of Khalid Beg. Khalid Beg finds Heather to be a strong women who isn't easily broken. Khalid Beg has some strong actions and at times they had some funny scene. Overall enjoyed this book and would look to read more. "My honest review is for a special copy I voluntarily read."

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