Review: Heart of a Desert Warrior, by Lucy Monroe

Title: Heart of a Desert Warrior
Author: Lucy Monroe

Stepping off his private jet in his designer suit, Sheikh Asad returns to his kingdom ready to secure his legacy. For beneath the starched white shirt beats the heart of a desert warrior!Iris Carpenter barely recognizes the man standing before her. He's more magnificent than he was six years ago and even more dangerous. Especially when the searing heat of his eyes burns hotter than the fierce desert sun.
Iris can resist all she likes, but Asad knows it's just a matter of time before the flame-haired temptress is back in his bed—where she belongs!

Sometimes it’s too hard to believe all I’ve already achieved with my blog—and what I continue to have. Since my teenage years that I’ve been reading Lucy’s books, but I never thought that I would have the honour of talking to her about her work. Of course some of you already know the feeling of getting more than what you ever imagined, the pure joy that something like this can bring to you, the strength that possess your body and soul and that carries an enormous confidence in your work, and now I can actually say that many of my dreams are becoming real because of this space I love and care for so much.
Lucy Monroe’s books were always in my favourite reading list. Her novels always have this special mixture of culture and of a love that can conquer everything, and this book in particular made me re-read some of her older works that I had once read.
Heart of a Desert Warrior is the 10th book in the Royal Brides series and because of that we can continue to see characters that we already know. I love this kind of books, it gives me an idea of continuity but the really good thing about it is that someone who hasn’t yet read the previous volumes can easily read this one. I think this is a very important feature, it show us how much the author cares for her readers—not only for the ones who religiously follow her work, but for the new ones too. Lucy’s writing is very simple and intense, at the same time, and in all of her books she demonstrates a lot of knowledge regarding the theme she’s writing about. This particular book tells a story of second chances, of a love that is strong enough to overcome all the differences and obstacles in life. And although I didn’t find any innovation in terms of plot, I still loved every single chapter of it. I hope to have the opportunity of reading more of Lucy Monroe books very soon!

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