Sand Daughter

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Penguin, Oct 6, 2009 - Fiction - 496 pages
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?An epic filled with emotion and rich with atmosphere? ( Historical Novel Society) from the author of The Other Eden.

Khalidah faces an arranged marriage at the behest of her father, a Bedouin Clan chief. But when a mysterious stranger named Sulayman reveals the machinations behind her pending union, she suddenly finds herself a pawn in a deadly plot involving her own feuding tribe and the powerful Templar Knights.

Faced with certain death, Khalidah runs away with Sulayman, a man she barely knows. Their journey, and the desire that grows between them, will thrust Khalidah toward unimaginable adventure, and the echoes of a past that somehow connect her to the Jinn?the mysterious Afghan warriors who may hold the key to the coming battle for the Holy Land.
 

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User Review  - Cleoxcat - LibraryThing

Adventure in the time of the Crusaders. Khalidah runs away to avoid an unwanted marriage and finds love. Interesting story which includes a lot of the culture of the time. Read full review

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User Review  - DeltaQueen50 - LibraryThing

I found Sand Daughter by Sarah Bryant to be a very disappointing read. Both it’s questionable history and silly love story made this a difficult read to plow through. I did complete it however, mostly ... Read full review

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