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So when Khalid decides his feelings for Heather have grown and he no longer wants to ship her off to her betrothed to slake his revenge thirst, his love does shine through — to a point. Thanks for telling us about the problem. Oct 31, Ab rated it did not like it Shelves: May 08, Aly is so frigging bored rated it it was amazing Shelves: Preview — Desert Eden by Patricia Grasso. Peggy rated it really liked it Mar 12, Grasso does this very well in all her novels and this one is not an exception.

Yes, I realize this is a brutal and violent time, and I went with the flow for a while. This book is both steamy and light-hearted, a perfect historical romance!

Lists with This Book. Ladyvixen rated it it was amazing Feb 19, Jo Lansom rated it it was amazing Dec 07, Now she felt drained and groggy, unable to get the images patriciw Khalid spanking her over his knee and then ravishing her out of her tired head. So I decided to write a romance novel but only managed to talk about writing one. When his best friend delivers a red-headed spitfire to him, Prince Khalid vows to use grassoo as a pawn to draw out the Comte de Beaulieu—the villain who killed his brother and sister.


Fast forward 20 yrs and several life experiences later and i still love this book. I discovered Gone With the Wind and hid it behind my American history book to read during class.

REVIEW: Desert Eden by Patricia Grasso

I was given this book in return for an honest review. Kim rated it really liked it Mar 15, Mar 03, JoRead rated it liked it Shelves: It took me awhile to finish this book as I was used to the contemporary world of romance and not the “Ottoman Empire”time period.

Meet Heather — harem slave with attitude. After five years of listening to me, a friend said to stop talking and start writing. I loved the strength in our heroine and the extent our hero would go too keeping her love. View all 4 comments. To see what your friends thought of this book, please sign up.

Jan 27, Tatiana Stefan rated it it was ok Shelves: Just a moment while we sign you in to your Goodreads account. So he uses Heather to gain his vengeance, her uses as a pawn to draw out her attended, Comte Beaulieu. While, vengeance can be sweet, love, respect and HEA is sweeter. This is one of my favorite books of all time.

Annie rated it liked it Sep 09, She would be his instrument of revenge on the hated Comte de Beaulieu. View all 5 comments.

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Quotes from Desert Eden. I enjoyed this title and look forward to more reads from Patricia Grasso. You see her growth and her convictions and hope perhaps what she pleases will make a difference in the future.


Now I’m trying my hand at writing a humorous mystery, sans historical and sans emphasis on the love interest. That being said, I found the story to just be “OK”. After graduating from high school without distinction, I earned both Bachelor and Master degrees at a state college.

Mass Market Paperbackpages. Needs an edit, but since it was published in I don’t think it will get one. The plot has a little mystery, a little intrigue and I enjoyed the interaction between the hero and heroine.

I don’t even remember how I came across it but I did.

When he still becomes rough with her, bending her to his will at every turn — even when an issue is truly important to her — his sexiness and love diminished in my eyes. Patricia Grasso is a new author deserf me and one I thoughly enjoyed. My novels have been translated into fifteen languages and sold in twenty countries. The ambiguous ending left me dissatisfied, though.

Her last night’s sleep had been fitful, full of dreams where Khalid made her suffer for running away. My usual television fare is fiction and nonfiction crime shows, not love stories. Found this when I was in middle school and have read it so many times it’s falling apart. Desert Eden was originally published in …. Ptaricia rated it really liked it May 16,