Book tour for The Sheik Retold by Victoria Vane and E.M. Hull

I’ve got a historical romance for you all today.  This is a retelling of “The Sheik” that is well worth checking out.  I’ll be posting a review to Goodreads soon, but I can honestly say that despite having not read the original I found this to be an amazing story.  I was held captivated the whole time and was glad for the opportunity to read the book.

Be sure to check out all the details below, including an excerpt.  As a bonus, the author is offering to give away one ecopy of this novel for this tour stop.  All you have to do is leave a comment below and “like” her Facebook page here.  On December 1st I’ll select one random commenter as the winner.  Be sure to leave a valid email address in the appropriate field.


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by Victoria Vane


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The Desert Was Never Hotter!

Pride and passion vie for supremacy in this steamy retelling of E.M. Hull’s romance classic.

A haughty young heiress for whom the world is a playground…

A savage son of the Sahara who knows no law but his own…

When pride and passion vie for supremacy…

Blistering desert days are nothing compared to sizzling Sahara nights…




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He chuckled lowly, a smug and self-satisfied sound. “Say it now, ma chère,” he softly demanded. “Tell me you want this above all things. Tell me you want me.”
I did. Desperately, but it was only the fleeting lust of the flesh that I craved—not him. Never him. “You have forced this upon me,” I hissed in a rage of frustration. “This means nothing—proves nothing.”
“As you will….I can be a patient man— when I choose to be.”
His weight shifted away from me, and then it was gone from the bed. He removed the blindfold and then gave a single tug on the silk cord binding me to the bed. My arms instantly released from above my head, and then just as suddenly, he freed my legs.
I instantly scrambled to my knees, dragging the silken coverings up around me as if their thin shelter were a protection. “Are you finished with me now?” I asked breathlessly.
“Finished?” His expression was mixed mockery and mirth. “Par bleu! I have hardly even begun, but for now, I shall leave you in peace.” He strode to the curtained doorway only to turn back to me with a sardonic bow. “Bonne nuit et doux rêves, ma chérie.”
He had left me alone. Alone in a state of dazed bewilderment and intense sexual frustration—for I knew damned well what I was feeling— and it made me want to screech and claw and rail.
The man was a mystery, an unfathomable enigma. My mind could not reconcile his barbaric ways with the evidence of his education and refinement. I had noticed a dozen incongruities in him—his cultured speech, the well-worn books in the tent, the elegant and fastidious order of his appointments. His cruel words and contradictory tender touch crowded my recollection until my head reeled, yet I was too tired to puzzle it out, too spent in mind and body.
I did not know what would come on the morrow but gave in to my exhaustion and sank  into a cocoon of covers. In the course of a single day, my entire being had irrevocably changed. At long last, and with the greatest possible resistance, I was learning obedience and humility—at the hands of this incomprehensible savage.




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Victoria Vane is an award-winning romance novelist, cowboy addict and history junkie whose collective works of fiction range from wildly comedic romps to emotionally compelling erotic romance. Victoria also writes historical fiction as Emery Lee and is the founder of Goodreads Romantic Historical Fiction Lovers and the Romantic Historical Lovers book review blog.
Look for Victoria’s Contemporary Cowboy Series coming summer 2014 from Sourcebooks



Twitter:  @authorvictoriav
Facebook:  Author Victoria Vane

~ by Suzie on November 25, 2013.

5 Responses to “Book tour for The Sheik Retold by Victoria Vane and E.M. Hull”

  1. Just one comment at this point: Wow! I think I’m as breathless as the lady …

  2. Thanks so much for hosting my tour. 🙂 Warmest regards, Victoria

  3. This is a fantastic read Victoria–very powerful writibg.

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