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We are experiencing technical difficulties. Alexa Actionable Analytics for the Web. From the Hardcover edition. Galen seemed to calm and collected to have done what he did without verifying the facts.

Galen ben Rashid, sheikh of the exotic kingdom of Sedikhan Offers Princess Theresa Christina Rubinoff a chance to gain narbarian independence. From the Inside Flap ovel of love and adventure set among the hot sands of an endless desert, here is the scintillating story of a fearless princess and a barbarian sheikh.

This was one of her first books, from an old publisher. Seeing them fall in love with each other…. Her son, Roy Johansenis an Edgar Award-winning screenwriter and novelist. Nice historical romantic story with drama, romance and adventure. Many years later, while she’s returning from her convent, she is approached by Galen- who wants to marry her to unite her kingdom Tamrovia with the Sedikhan- something her father opposes to.

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This is an excellent romance by Iris Johansen. Yeah, it wasn’t perfect, but it is definitely a keeper.

Agreeing to a marriage of convenience which will benefit both of them, Tess, her independence and Galen being able to join both their kingdoms to enable him to unite his people…. Definitely one of my favourites.

As I was so happy bbarbarian discover…. Its very exhilirating for me, to read this one, because I felt so enraptured like I was actually in the story and seeing it all come to reality.

Withoutabox Submit to Film Festivals. Refresh and try again. The Legend of Nimway Hall: She spends the next 6 years in a convent at her cousin’s suggestion prompted by Galen to protect her from an abusive father.

Get fast, free shipping hohansen Amazon Prime. Galen has his own schemes but finds himself falling for his wife.

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You will really enjoy this book! Now this is not unusual in a historical setting so it doesn’t bother me, johnsen long as the heroine is of age, which she was when the romance began.

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A virgin but thankfully no prude or shrinking violet in the bedchamber. From the Hardcover edition. I like having characters show up in another story.

The Golden Barbarian | Iris Johansen

However, she never realized how much her life would change once being married barbarlan a barbarian chieftain whose way of life is very different from what she is accustomed to. Please review your cart. She lives in Barbagian and is married. Most books can’t even do that. Mysterious as the desert night, rich as Midas, Galen Ben Raschid swept Tess away to his palace in exotic Sedikhan, offering her freedom in exchange for the marriage that would join their kingdoms.

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Galen refuses to whip her when she goes too far and he’s expected to punish her. I think I have read most of her books but somehow missed this series. I have to agree.

The Golden Barbarian (Sedikhan, #1) by Iris Johansen

This is the most intelligent and non-cheesy Sheik romance that you’re ever likely to find. I loved the hero and the story line, but not so much the heroine and the ending was a let down.

The plots are a bit too convenient. What troubles me a little, is that Tess behaved like the spoiled princess that she was. What I liked best was that the hero and heroine were actually heroic. I especially liked how the heroine was so logical.