However, now that Gretchen's heart belonged to the Lord of the Desert, danger loomed when she became the target for vengeance by the sheikh's most diabolical enemy. In a final showdown that would pit good against evil, could love and destiny triumph?
©2000 Diana Palmer
All rights reserved including the right of reproduction in whole or in part in any form. This edition is published by arrangement with Harlequin Books S.A. All characters in this book are fictitious. Any resemblance to actual persons, living or dead, is purely coincidental.
Not a bad idea for a story if it had been better developed. There really wasn't much to it. The story just wasn't believable.
Sometimes a narrator can improve upon a poorly written book, but not this one. Her Texas accent wasn't bad at times, sometimes I thought she sounded like Dolly Parton, from Tennessee.
I love Diana Palmers books and looked forward to "reading" them in the audible version. Imaging my shock and dismay when I realized that one of my favorite of her books had been butchered to the point that the story was ruined, the characters were flat and the romance gone. Save your money, buy the written version. It's so much better than this. If they ever get the unabridged version then it will be worth the money.
This was awful. I'm not sure if it was the writing that bothered me so much or the narrator, who spoke the heroine's lines breathlessly and the hero's lines in an odd old-man accent. How can you enjoy a book when the voices conjure images of Barbie and Walter Matthau (sorry, Walt) having an affair? A wasted 3 hours. Oh, well, at least I got my ironing done.
I read this book years ago and loved it . I wish I could find the unabridged version it is so much better. I don't understand way you would abridged this story .
I love Diana Palmer. I love Lord of the Desert. I abhor this audio book.
Chopped story, characters and subplots ruin the book. Condensing the 2nd half into the last 2 minutes makes it sappy and trite
This book as been radically abridged ( aprox 45% ) If you read the kindle version all the loose ends will be developed and tied up. Additionally, there is an entire subplot that is not present in the audible edition. One of the funniest scenes in the book is on the cutting room floor. Too bad... All in all, they have done Ms. Palmer and her readers a great disservice by leaving so much out.
Did I mention Elvis, the bombing, their separation, and how she saves the day???
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