Fatima was one of her tribe's best fighters, but only a man could become a Khamsin Warrior of the Wind. Fatima knew she could be an effective Guardian of the Ages for Tarik, the son of the current sheikh, but tradition also ruled that the job be held by a man. Assuming that she was doomed to live as her tribe demanded, Fatima is, instead, unexpectedly given the chance to prove her worth as a fighter and a guardian for Tarik. But Fatima quickly discovers her biggest challenge will be convincing Tarik, who believes that being his lover is the only role for Fatima, that she can be both a warrior and a woman. With its vividly detailed setting in early-twentieth-century Egypt, and a sizzlingly sexy and danger-rich story, the latest in Vanak's Warrior of the Wind series is refreshingly different and wonderfully entertaining.
It was slightly entertaining at most, due to the fact that in my opinion, there is not alot of depth to the wirting...very simple and predictable dialog and scenes. But the story does take a few interresting turns as it moves along. An easy read for people just looking for something to read.