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  1. Alex is The Romance Fox Alex is The Romance Fox says:

    Call of the Desert by Abby Green one of my mostest favouritest Mills and Boon authors ha the cliché plot of the desert sheik but with a great difference What you may ask? Well here they are1 Julia Somerton is gorgeous intelligent and not the usual young naïve virgin who is swept away to a far away land by her sheikthough meeting her sheik when she was twenty and working on a archaeological dig in his country and do indeed fall in love and have a passionate affair and due to misunderstandings forced to go back to England she has been married divorced and is now a career woman2 Kaden is not your typical sheikyes he’s alpha male ruler of his country but he has a gentle and caring soul He has been unable to forget Julia even through his marriage and divorce3 Seeing each other after all those years both realize that they still feel a strong physical attraction for each other and are unable to be away from each other As they rekindle their relationship Kaden starts coming to terms with the distrust he has for her and what really matters is that he has never stopped loving her He invites Julia to accompany him to his sister’s wedding which is taking place in his country Impulsivesomething he has never been I just wondered how they would get togetherI mean she’s divorced and not a virgin But to a man like Kaden these issues are not important He wants to be with her and that’s it4 Some really sensual and hot sex between the twojust shows how far Mills Boon have come5 Loved the part when Julia discovers she is pregnant and being unsure of what to do or where to go next Of course Kaden is not the type of man to abandon her even though they had made a mutual decision to end their affairwell Julia than him 6 I so totally engaged with Julia and Kaden This is such a wonderful love storyhaving a second chance to finding happiness together I so wanted them to be with each otherand they do Abby Green’s books are always filled with passion conflict and incredible characters She writes great stories that are always fresh and new I am an absolute fan of this author

  2. Becky Becky says:

    I loved the first 23 of the book Hero and heroine loved each other misunderstanding and immature decisionsthey split Loved that they were both each other's first lovers Loved the glimpses to hero's feelings for heroine Loved that heroine moved on after he rejects herBut hated that FINALLY there is a heroine who moves on and marries after being dumped by hero rather than being alone for 12 years even though it's a lame barren marriage although heroine has to be alone since her divorce while hero not only married what a crazy reason for that marriage not working out but also slept with many many women after his divorce Wouldn't it be enough for him to marry and divorce also? Or for him to have mistresses? And tons of mentions of his other women Yuk But otherwise the hero and heroine are reconnecting and it's exciting He brings her to his sister's wedding and is struggling to keep it just physical Then he realizes she's kept a necklace he gave her and wore it for 12 years And the big dramatic reaction to realizing she must have loved him all these years????? Nothing Big build up to nowhere Totally jumped the sharkthe last 13 turns into a different booknow a caricature of the worst of standard HP lacking originality as if hero is reuired to be a cold jerk as a plot point So hero lets heroine leave coldly says so long after seeing the all important necklacehe doesn't contact her for 4 months actively looks for a suitable second wifeonly reunited because heroine flies back to tell him she was pregnant When hero only wants heroine because she's pregnant that is not romantic So pregnant heroine goes to hero he leaves her waiting outside his office after a long flight treating her like crap for absolutely no reason 4 months after he coldly said goodbye and he's such a jerk that she collapses of dehydration Then even though he didn't contact her for 4 months of course he insists they marry for babies And in a truly ludicrous turn the public doesn't like her until the 5 month pregnant Sheikha saves small children from a crashed bus leaking fuel while able bodied men stand around taking pictures it is just that melodramatic and ridiculous

  3. Booklover Booklover says:

    Good readno major issuesKaden Julia both loved each other deeplyboth hid their true feelings which irritated medue to their lack of communication which created few misunderstandingsa accident made them confess their feelings and they get their HEA

  4. Corandra Corandra says:

    35 stars

  5. Heidi Rice Heidi Rice says:

    Loved this book another of Abby's scorching hot desert romances This is a lovers reunited story which Abby is sooo good at you already know you're in for a treat as soon as the opening scene and the emotional moment when Julia realises who the surprise guest at her work do is None other than the man that loved her and then abandoned her 12 years before Kaden though has hidden depths and his betrayal wasn't nearly as straightforward as Julia assumes A real heart render Expect to be rivetted from page one

  6. Missy Missy says:

    A nice readFirst lovers meet again after 12 years apart and each with a broken marriage behind them only to be bitten by passion againThey both suffered a broken heart all those years ago and have managed to convenice themselves that they were over each other So it is a shock to each of them when all those feeling start rushing in but they keep remembering the pain and misunderstandings to keep the love at bayI liked that they both tried to move on But if he would have listened to her all those years ago there would have been no painful years apartseems so sadWas a nice well written read Some parts left me cold with him always comparing her to his other women Where as she only knew him and her ex But overall a nice story

  7. Jooniebug Jooniebug says:

    It dragged on and onboring to read which i was surprised cos I love reading Abby's stories but not this one

  8. Zubee Zubee says:

    Story line was good but I didn't relate to characters H seemed wishy washy

  9. Rabia Rabia says:

    Will be reviewed and shelved later when i have find time and energy after this tiring times

  10. April Brookshire April Brookshire says:

    Like her book Secrets of the Oasis I don't really like it when the hero screws over the heroine when they're younger and it takes years for him to bother pursuing her again A good story but not a favorite for me

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The Call of the Desert Consumed by the heat of the desertTwelve years ago Julia lost her heart to Sheikh Kaden in the scorching Buruati desert Sizzling nights in the sand dunes under a blanket of stars made it seem as if they were the only two people in the world Until bitter betrayal destroyed everything Julia meets Kaden again by chance—although the cynicism in his eyes and the sharp suit covering his powerful body make the Sheikh virtually unrecognisable Julia knows she shouldn't ignore the warning shadows of their past but Kaden's earthy sexual magnetism makes the call of the desert utterly overpowering

  • Kindle Edition
  • 114 pages
  • The Call of the Desert
  • Abby Green
  • English
  • 24 November 2016