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Lord of the Desert (Hutton & Co, Bk 3)
Lord of the Desert - Hutton & Co, Bk 3
Author: Diana Palmer
From seduction in the royal sheikhdom to high adventure in the hot Arabian desert comes a breathtaking love story by international bestselling author Diana Palmer.... — Sheltered small-town girl Gretchen Brannon was out of her element when she aligned herself with Sheikh Phillipe Sabon, the formidable ruler of Qawi. They came from different world...  more »
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ISBN-13: 9781551666174
ISBN-10: 1551666170
Publication Date: 10/1/2000
Pages: 384
  • Currently 4/5 Stars.

4 stars, based on 101 ratings
Publisher: Mira
Book Type: Paperback
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This was a pretty good book, although a little uncomfortable in some areas. The hero is supposed to be ruthless, impotent and unable to father children. Two of those things are proven untrue along the way.
reviewed Lord of the Desert (Hutton & Co, Bk 3) on + 35 more book reviews
Great contemporary featuring Palmer's typical Texas heroine in a unique setting with a great plot! A great read!
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Houston investment analyst Maggie Barton leaves Texas to work in Qawi as the personal assistant to the ruling Sheikh. On the way over, Maggie accompanied by her best friend Gretchen Brannon stop for a short vacation in Tangiers. However, after only one day in Africa, Maggie learns that her beloved Cord Romero was severely injured in an accident. Although she believes Cord will never love her, Maggie needs to return home to help him recover. Maggie tries to persuade a doubting Gretchen to continue on to Qawi and take her job.

Still in Tangiers, Gretchen accidentally runs into a handsome man, who enjoys her enthusiasm and gusto. He turns out to be Maggie's new employer Sheikh Philippe Sabon, who sees the ardent American as an answer to one of his problems. Both hide the truth from one another, but soon fall in love, leaving each one worrying over what will happen to their relationship without the foundation of veracity.

Best-selling author Diana Palmer provides her fans with a heated contemporary desert romance. The story line is fast-paced, but requires leaps of faith. Gretchen is a warm heroine and Philippe is a hunk of the highest order. The secondary cast adds depth that brings Mediterranean Africa and the Middle East to life. Although not one of Ms. Palmer's better novels, fans of Middle East romances will delight in LORD OF THE DESERT.

Harriet Klausner


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