In the heat of the desert, a scorching love rises between a restless viscount and a beauty in disguise in this novel by a New York Times–bestselling author.
Desperate to find safety in England, Zenia, the descendent of the Queen of the Desert, dresses herself as a Bedouin boy. For protection, she agrees to guide Arden, the Lord of Winter, through the wilds of her dangerous desert homeland as he searches for a legendary Arabian mare. Consigned by her mother to live disguised, Zenia hasn’t the courage to admit her sex to Arden. Yet, as they cross a merciless desert, she comes to yearn for this fearless, untamable man to know the feminine heart beating beneath her Bedouin rags.
Lord Winter’s loneliness and adventurous spirit have always driven him to the empty, brutal places of the Earth. With Zenia at his side, his loneliness recedes. One night of terror will bind their souls together, but when the princess escapes her homeland for the comfort and safety of England, his yearning will lead him to invade her sanctuary . . .
The Dream Hunter is a suspenseful, adventure-filled tale that establishes Laura Kinsale as “the gold standard in historical romance” (Lisa Kleypas).
The book was good
The heroine was a mess .. unworthy of the hero like she needed some deep mental work. I have never actively hated a character but she ranks way up on the list I doubt HEA for this couple