Book Reviews of Desert Song (Harper Monogram)

Desert Song (Harper Monogram)
Desert Song - Harper Monogram
Author: Constance O'Banyon
ISBN-13: 9780061082900
ISBN-10: 0061082902
Publication Date: 1/1995
Pages: 369
Rating:
  • Currently 3.9/5 Stars.
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3.9 stars, based on 7 ratings
Publisher: HarperCollins
Book Type: Paperback
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This is a great book! as usual, Constance O'banyon tells a great story, which i am not surprised! i haven;t read a bad book by her, and i have read all her books. Desert Song is the last of the DeWinter trilogy, and it tops them all. this time, It's Michael's turn, and his character is well developed. i loved hearing about how Arrain and Garrick are doing, and i loved to see how much in love Kassidy and Raile were after all these years. i recommend this book to every lover of romance.
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When Mallory Stanhope set sail for Egypt, she was drawn to a fellow passenger, the strikingly handsome Lord Michael DeWinter. Yet, while Michael was intrigued by Mallory's disarming beauty, he was preoccupied with thoughts of rescuing his father from treacherous captors.
Once in port, Mallory hoped to forget this troublesome man, but she soon found herself not only nursing his wounds, but also falling hopelessly in love with him. As danger lurked amid the sun-scorched dunes, Michael realized he had lost his heart to this red-haired angel and together they rished everything to save his father from a desert prison.
From fashionable London to the mysterious streets of Cairo and the unforgiving expenswe of the desert, Constance O'Bayon unveils an adventurous odyssey of love, passion, and intrigue.
If you want desert adventure this is the book to read - excellent!
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Michael DeWinter goes to Egypt to rescue his father from a desert prison. Mallory Stanhope meets him enroute to Egypt to visit with neglectful parents. Once in port she tries to forget Michael but fate throws them into a dangerous, treacherous adventure.