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The author of the book: Barbara Faith
Edition: Silhouette
Date of issue: June 1st 1994
ISBN: 0373075782
ISBN 13: 9780373075782
Language: English
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Man of two worlds Prince Kumar Ben Ari was as much at home with the fast-paced ways of the West as he was among the tribes of the desert kingdom he ruled. But when it came to women, he preferred them old-fashioned—until he met a thoroughly modern, thoroughly delectable, thoroughly American woman, and knew he had to have her, whatever the cost. Josie McCall didn’t appreciate the way this arrogant sheikh had manipulated her into coming to his homeland. Whatever he thought, she couldn’t be bought—not for all the oil in the Middle East. And yet there was something about this man—some timeless power that seemed to call to her unwilling soul.

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Ebook Desert Man (Romantic Traditions, #4) read Online! Barbara Faith de Covarrubias was born in Cleveland, raised in Detroit, and lived in Miami for fifteen years. While in Florida, she took night courses in Spanish and writing.

She worked for several years in public relations and wrote fiction in her spare time. Finally the desire to spend time in Mexico won out. On arriving there, she was instantly charmed by the country and planned to be very serious about completing her first novel. To Barbara Faith this included no dating.

However, the nexy day she was introduced to Alfonso Covarrubias, a retired matador. She couldn't pronounce his namd and she didn't know anything about bullfighthing, but she did know she was in love.

They married and lived for several years in Mexico before moving to Chula Vista, California. Barbara credits her husband for giving her the courage to continue writing. Her novels, The Moonkissed and The Sun DAncers, have been popularly received. She has written more than 40 romance novels as Barbara Faith (her maiden name) from 1978 until the day of her death. She won a RITA Award in 1982.

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