[PDF] Download Å Enslaved by the Desert Trader | by ↠ Greta Gilbert

By Greta Gilbert | Comments: ( 451 ) | Date: ( Mar 30, 2020 )

Passion hotter than the Egyptian sun In the Great Pyramid of King Khufu, resourceful Kiya works tirelessly, disguised as a boy But then fearsome raiders arrive and, running for her life, she is captured by a hardened desert trader When he realizes what a beauty he has enslaved, Tahar knows he could and should sell her for a handsome price But Kiya is not easily tamed.Passion hotter than the Egyptian sun In the Great Pyramid of King Khufu, resourceful Kiya works tirelessly, disguised as a boy But then fearsome raiders arrive and, running for her life, she is captured by a hardened desert trader When he realizes what a beauty he has enslaved, Tahar knows he could and should sell her for a handsome price But Kiya is not easily tamed And when a wild heat explodes between them, shattering all thoughts of resistance, Tahar must find a way to keep her as his own


  • Title: Enslaved by the Desert Trader
  • Author: Greta Gilbert
  • ISBN: 9780373298945
  • Page: 429
  • Format: Paperback

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Comments Enslaved by the Desert Trader

  • Cecy

    "There was and there was not" such and amazing story written by Greta Gilbert set in ancient world. Kiya a streets orphan is captured by Tahar lives among the desert people as a trader he plans to sell Kiya to highest bidder. Read more about their adventurous journey.


  • Tima

    Kiya is an orphan who has lived on the streets for years. She disguised herself as a man and has been working on the building of the pyramid. When desert raiders attack the pyramid Kiya is captured by a raider with the intend to sell her. Tahar needs to buy a boat to return to his homeland and family. And he knows he can get quite a bit of money for a young maiden. But Kiya is not your typical maiden and defies him at every chance. Soon they are both on a wild journey that pits them against the [...]


  • DarkAthena59

    Il est plutôt rare de lire des historiques sur l'Égypte. Une histoire intéressante qui a eu quelques longueurs sur le début mais qui finalement trouve son rythme sur la seconde moitié.


  • Amy

    At the beginning of this book I was intrigued because there aren't many romance novels that include this time period and setting--ancient Egypt--and I give the author credit for re-imagining a story in this way. I like that she really includes the mythology of the time period. But I became increasingly frustrated with all the characters. It should be subtitled, "Women who fall in love with bad men and who lie about themselves." First of all, Kiya lies about her truth self to EVERYONE. She disgui [...]


  • Kathleen

    Orphaned and left on the streets of Cairo, Kiya disguises herself as a boy to work on the Great Pyramid of King Khufu. But then fearsome raiders arrive and, running for her life, she is captured by a desert trader. Tahar is a desert trader, a member of the despised barbarian tribes bordering the Egyptian lands. However his tribe is an adopted one, and his real family lives far away, across the 'big blue.' When his tribesmen raids the workers building the pyramid, Tahar captures Kiya. He immediat [...]


  • Ellen Parker

    Under the Egyptian SunKiya survives two years of drought by disguising herself as a mute boy and hauling stone for the Great Pyramid of King Khufu. She remembers little of her mother except two warnings. Beware the three serpents. And, stay away from men…they mean to enslave you.Tahar lives among the desert people as a trader but he is not one of them. When he captures Kiya during a brief alliance with raiders, his first thought is to sell her for a high price and return to his homeland across [...]


  • Harlequin Books

    "For those who can’t get enough of ancient Egyptian history and culture, Gilbert’s desert romance is a tale to prize. The backdrop is as intriguing as the characters, and though readers might wish they were more fleshed out, many will simply savor the fascinating historical details. Definitely a must for those hunting for the exotic" (RT Book Reviews).


  • Heather andrews

    Tahar could be a sneaky little devil and I liked that, ‘first I must take my rest,’he said, but his large hands were doing anything but resting. Soon he was atop her, slowly kissing her breasts. ‘This is the best rest I think I have ever had' I really liked this book I loved Kiya's spirit.


  • Jennifer

    UGH! Why did I bother. Why didnt I stop reading when I last updated? It would have saved me being really annoyed. Tripe. I think I would have rather done yard work, but I didn't think of it until I was finished.


  • Briar Rose

    The "Historical" imprint of Harlequin is my newest guilty pleasure.Ancient Egypt is an amazing place to me and it's fascinating reading about it. the author clearly researched this material to incorporate into her novel.Kiya is a damn liar and it got obnoxious after a while. I learned nothing about her character because she kept lying and changing who she was.Taher isn't much better because he kidnapped her, held her hostage, and had plans to sell her off to the highest bidder as a wife in excha [...]


  • Amy

    A great read, I really enjoyed it.


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