I loved this book - although buyer/reader beware this is not a politically correct book. The majority of this novel takes place in a harem and has to do with women being captured and sold into slavery. Now if you are like me and not a politically correct person - I think you will really enjoy this book. Our heroine is a rich English heiress whose father has just died and is now being pushed into an unwanted marriage by her overbearing guardian. She decides to run away until she can come of age but then is captured by a Turkish pirate ship. Once they see her beauty and her violet eyes and silver hair they know she will bring them a fortune in the slave markets. So she is taken and sold into the harem of the local Dey - but all is not what it appears for a plot is afoot to assassinate the Dey and some interesting subterfuge is in place to foil the plotters. Great page turner that had me hooked from the start - loved this book!
It is a Lindsey so a good read, but not one of my favorites. It took 140 pages before the boy even laid eyes on the girl & another 60 before she saw him. So 200 pages of backgraound before you get to the romance. Don't start unless you have a long attention span.
Once they get together it is a very good story.
This is a fun book to read. Chantelle Burke is kidnapped and sold into slavery. Don't you hate it when that happens?
One of my keepers by this author. As I reread my keepers one more time I will list. This was a wonderful story.
Now I remember why Johanna Lindsey is #1! Excellent book!