Book Reviews of The Golden Barbarian

The Golden Barbarian
The Golden Barbarian
Author: Iris Johansen
PBS Market Price: $8.09 or $4.19+1 credit
ISBN-13: 9780553296044
ISBN-10: 0553296043
Publication Date: 3/1/1992
Pages: 352
Rating:
  • Currently 3.8/5 Stars.
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3.8 stars, based on 63 ratings
Publisher: Bantam
Book Type: Paperback
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Helpful Score: 2
I thought this was a very good book. It has alot of eye opening thoughts about women and the freedoms women enjoy and take for granted here in the states and in today's world. But what Theresa Christina Rubinoff gets for giving up a few simple freedoms is well worth the price...any true love is. If you like historical romances set in exotic places then this book is for you.
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this is the book that introduced me to Johansen. I've read it so many times and though I lend out many books this is one of those I can't let anyone walk away with
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Flaunting the oppressive destiny decreed for her by the kingdomof Tamrovia, Pricess Theresa Christina Rubinoff struck a sensual bargain with a handsome barbarian chieftain. 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.

Mysterious as the desert night, rich as Midas, Galen Ben Raschid swept Tess away to his palace in exotic Sedikhan, offering her freedom in exchange for the marriage that would join their kindgoms. A man surrounded by enemies, he would make aher a slave to his passion in order to bind her to his side, little knowing that when he took the captivating pricess as his bride, he would lose his heart....
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Here is a timeless story of love and adventure set among hills of gold, warring tribes, and fabled kingdoms the story of a fearless princess and a barbarian sheikh
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A timeless story of love and adventure-the story of a fearless princess and a barbarian sheikh. Very good book
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Set in 1797, this is a classic Iris Johansen romance.
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From the halls of a palatial prison to the hot sands of an endless desert...she was a ravishing pawin in a game of politics..he was a desert warrior king driven by passion and pride
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I prefer more subtle romance novels when I do indulge in them. I think someone who really likes historical romances will greatly enjoy this book.
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Delighted
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I enjoyed this book but if you have read one of her historical novel, you have read them all. They all have similar characters and a similar plotline but they are fun all the same.