Soon after Kamal, a savage sultan, seizes the beautiful Arabella as his harem slave, she falls for her passionate, imperious captor--in spite of herself.Soon after Kamal, a savage sultan, seizes the beautiful Arabella as his harem slave, she falls for her passionate, imperious captor--in spite of herself.Read Less
book in described condition look forward to reading it, the author is wonderful
Jul 7, 2009
Catherine Coulter writes a wonderful harem tale with familiar characters. Arabella and Kamal are wonderful characters, typical of the romance genre, but when put together in this setting, they are fascinating.
Arabella is headstrong, with solid ideas of right and wrong. Spoiled by her family's progressive open-minded ways, she is appalled by the harem system. Her fiesty spirit gets her into a lot of trouble in the harem, and things only become worse when she realizes that her abduction is part of a larger scheme to hurt her family for an old grudge.
The writing is good and the story moves along very nicely. Arabella is no simpering miss, which makes all the difference when Kamal is the typical arrogant, my way or the high way, male.
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