I read this book for an upcoming romance reader's advisory class. It took a little while for me to get into it, because it's not really my style, but it was pretty good. I like road trip romances, and at it's core that's what this was, even if they're on a camel instead of in a car. By the end, though, I was getting pretty tired of Jim having to rescue Ginny from all the trouble that just happens to find her AND the idea that she needs a guy who has some kind of spidey-sense of where she'll get in trouble, etc. So even though Ginny is like, a strong, independent modern woman, the damsel in distress stuff is laid on pretty thick.