All about Desert Hostage by Diane Dunaway. LibraryThing is a cataloging and social networking site for booklovers. Desert Hostage By Diane Dunaway – FictionDB. Cover art, synopsis, sequels, reviews, awards, publishing history, genres, and time period. : Desert Hostage: HB DJ 1st GB Ed. DJ no price, not clipped. Blue cloth boards, gilt titles spine. 22 x 15cm. pages. Set in the torrid heat of the.

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She was a heroine worth her salt. Jul 27, Aly is so frigging bored rated it liked it Shelves: Accessories such as CD, codes, toys, may not be included.

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Apr 02, Pramod Dharwariya rated it it was amazing. This book has it all romance, adventure and an actual love story. Then there’s this mention about the writing of human fate 40th day after they’re conceived.

The novel touches on cultural differences and expectations, similarities and differences between Allah deserr God as dianne. View all 16 comments. No trivia or quizzes yet. Jul 23, Tina rated it really liked it Shelves: Great cover, could have easily been the cover of Savage Sands, would love to see how Coconis would have interpeted it.


I’d originally planned a full-scale rant on the evils of plot-lifting, but screw it. She alone could possess his soul.

Desert Hostage by Diane Dunaway – FictionDB

Desert Hostage hostzge an adventure and is incredibly well written, IMO. I liked how it started with the intro of the mom and dad of the two main characters. I know this book is not for everyone, but it was for me. Well, according to my knowledge learning about Islam, dubaway it’s true human fate was written when they’re conceived in their mother’s womb although I’m not really sure about the exact days BUT there are TWO kind of fates which can’t and can be altered by the human themselves.

I thought this book was so well deert there is a rape scene quite explicit in case some people don’t like that but otherwise the story is great fast paced and a very alpha male hero. Shows some signs of wear, and may have some markings on the inside.

Desert Hostage Diane Dunaway Open Preview See a Problem? I enjoyed this novel. Public domain keeps no dunawag — maybe Son of the Sahara had fallen off the map inbut this is the era of Kindle freebies. Therefore, be advised hostafe book has an arrogant, Neanderthal, alpha hero who rapes the heroine. Nothing to really rave about, but at the same time once I got started and got past the atrocious writing I read it all in one sitting.


To see what your friends thought of this book, please sign up. Anamika rated it really liked it Sep 10, Buddy read with my book bff, Sarah. For shame, Ms Dunaway.

If we are to believe this romance genre, well, all of them. I pretty much finished feeling kinda let down and vaguely dissatisfied. Not only that, the story begins with the hero’s mother’s hostag, where she is also taken a captive then raped. Fearless and proud, he alone could tame her. Sep 23, Jeanette rated it it was amazing.

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Desert Hostage by Dunaway, Diane

Then it all goes meh. I love a good kidnapping, especially one where the heroine is mistreated for a time before the hero realizes he was wrong. It took a long while to get to the main characters. Jun 07, Squark rated it did not like it. Until the next reads: While Desert Hostage is not as emotionally chaotic as Stormfire by Christine Monson was, the build up and story-line was far more realistic.

Kidnapped, swept across the deserts of Araby, Juliette Clayton saw her past vanish in the endless, shifting sands. Consequently, the hero and the heroine do not meet until well past pages.

This is gonna be good.