Garrett is in Egypt to investigate on the rumours that there is a real life dragon; but more than in the dragon, Garrett seems interested in Keegan, his off/on lover since the time they were in college together. Keegan is an archaeologist but he is not in Egypt for a field job, he has the power to control the fire and he is worshipped by a local tribe like a shaman.
That is basically all the story, but it’s not really the story that is the main point, it’s more the feeling, the development of the characters and yes, also the naughtiness: there was a point when I was really starting to believe the author would dare what I have only once found in a story (sex in shifted form), but she arrived just on the edge, without completely falling on the dark side. That is not a negative point, since I believe in this way she remained on a level that matches a wider target.
Amazon Kindle: Fire in the Desert
Publisher: Noble Romance Publishing, LLC (November 2, 2010)