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Emma Knight's wish list: 1. Realize a lifelong dream to travel to the magnificent Egyptian desert. 2. Locate an undiscovered tomb by following her father's ancient map. 3. Avoid all men, especially charming ones—experience tells her they're the most dangerous! Emma needs a guide to fulfil her quest, but treasure hunter Sebastian Oakfield is the last person she would chooseEmma Knight's wish list: 1. Realize a lifelong dream to travel to the magnificent Egyptian desert. 2. Locate an undiscovered tomb by following her father's ancient map. 3. Avoid all men, especially charming ones—experience tells her they're the most dangerous! Emma needs a guide to fulfil her quest, but treasure hunter Sebastian Oakfield is the last person she would choose! He's charming, he's arrogant and his roguish grin makes Emma want to throw caution to the wind. Maybe one night of pure indulgence should be put on her wish list after all…...

Title : under a desert moon
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ISBN : 25527501
Format Type : Kindle Edition
Number of Pages : 368 Pages
Status : Available For Download
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under a desert moon Reviews

  • Tara Lewis
    2019-03-27 08:28

    This was fun. I love a good old Mills and Boon to recharge after a heavy book and this was just the ticket. Lots of adventure and contemplation and romance and EGYPT. I could have done without the epilogue though- it made me groan.

  • Amy
    2019-03-21 11:16

    Finally finished! I'll give this 2 1/2 stars, and give the author credit, first of all, for picking an original setting from all the other "typical" romance novel settings: the Egyptian desert, which have never read until now in a Harlequin romance. However, this novel has several weak aspects. The dialogue, especially near the end, is lame. I also hate it when romance authors skip out on reality when it comes to basic human needs, such as eating and eliminating. How is that Emma and Sebastian managed to stay alive in the desert without consuming any food for a week or using the bathroom, especially when they encountered the desert bandits? Also, Emma "sprained" her foot, but it only took her a day to recover? When I pulled a muscle in my own foot a couple months ago, I was using a cane for 2 weeks. The book was also slow and plodding for the first half, but then I became sick of her constant sobbing. I thought she had more of a backbone than that.

  • Sophie
    2019-04-10 05:23

    I really enjoyed this romance set in a different place to the norm. Seeing the regency attitudes played out in the Egyptian desert was a refreshing change.