The Golden Barbarian

The Golden Barbarian

Book - 1990
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From the halls of a palatial prison to the hot sands of an endless desert . . .

Here is a timeless story of love and adventure set among hills of gold, warring tribes, and fabled kingdoms--the story of a fearless princess and a barbarian sheikh. . . .
 
She was a ravishing pawn in a game of politics and passion. . . .
 
Flaunting the oppressive destiny decreed for her by the kingdom of Tamrovia, Princess Theresa Christina Rubinoff struck a sensual bargain with a handsome barbarian chieftain. She vowed to play his seductive game, surrendering herself to his will, all the while determined to fight for her independence in a land that considered women only as playthings.
 
He was a desert warrior king, driven by passion and pride. . . .
 
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. A man surrounded by enemies, he would make her a slave to his passion in order to bind her to his side, little knowing that when he took the captivating princess as his bride, he would lose his heart. . . .


From the Hardcover edition.
Publisher: New York : Bantam/Doubleday, c1990.
Edition: 1st ed.
ISBN: 9780553296044
0553296043
Branch Call Number: Joh
Characteristics: 316 p.

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