Desert Flower

Desert Flower Love plays no part in marriage arrangements on the desert planet of Tarkei So when Danion junior priest of the sun goddess finds himself drawn in defiance of his oath of celibacy to a human baller

  • Title: Desert Flower
  • Author: C.P. Lesley
  • ISBN: 978069264485
  • Page: 368
  • Format: Paperback
  • Love plays no part in marriage arrangements on the desert planet of Tarkei So when Danion, junior priest of the sun goddess, finds himself drawn, in defiance of his oath of celibacy, to a human ballerina encountered by chance, he does his best to resist The ballerina, tormented by memories of violence that may be real or just the product of an unknown enemy s twisted minLove plays no part in marriage arrangements on the desert planet of Tarkei So when Danion, junior priest of the sun goddess, finds himself drawn, in defiance of his oath of celibacy, to a human ballerina encountered by chance, he does his best to resist The ballerina, tormented by memories of violence that may be real or just the product of an unknown enemy s twisted mind, has no interest in him anyway or so they think.But Tarkei has an ancient tradition that two unusually compatible people, whether they believe they belong together or not, can bond at first touch Once formed, the link lasts until death Legend calls it the joining Danion calls it a myth He and his ballerina will soon discover who s right.

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    1. One of my personal reading goals for 2017 was to finally read books I had bought that were written by GR author friends. Last year around this same time I read the three available (at the time, number four is now out ~~ Yay!!) titles in C.P. Lesley's Five Directions series, and all during this year I kept meaning to get to the two books of the Tarkei Chronicles, which I had ordered at the same time as the others.We all know how shiny objects distract us from our reading plans, but I made it at l [...]

    2. Full disclosure: C.P. Lesley is an author and a member of one of my GR groups. She is someone that I consider a friend. I can't claim that this review is completely unbiased, but it is as honest as I can make it.This is a very unique book. It is sci-fi, romance, a bit of a space opera, involving a lot of ballet. It is set on other worlds, with characters of other races that all interact with one another. There is space travel. It has elements of thriller as well, with a backstory related to an i [...]

    3. WOWSci Fi-Thriller-Romance all in one!Catriona Lesley's "Desert Flower" stunned me. The story is the most unusual blend of genres I've ever encountered—sci fi-fantasy-thriller-romance. The blend is so well done, reading felt as natural as listening to singers in perfect harmony. I was captivated the most by the way in which the beautiful art form of ballet is woven throughout. Before reading "Desert Flower," I knew absolutely nothing about ballet except for the fact that it is athleticism in i [...]

    4. When I was a kid, I dreamed of becoming a ballerina. I took class when I was very small (three and four), then not again until I reached adulthood. Since then, I have continued to dance two, three, even four times a week for the last twenty-five years. I will never look like Sasha, alas, but one can dream.Desert Flower and its sequel, Kingdom of the Shades, explore themes from two of the world’s great classical ballets, Giselle and La Bayadere, as they might play out in everyday life. I chose [...]

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