What Types of Themes Are Frequently Found in Diana Palmer Books?

What Types of Themes Are Frequently Found in Diana Palmer Books?

What Types of Themes Are Frequently Found in Diana Palmer Books?

The theme of attraction between opposite types of people is a frequent theme in Diana Palmer books. Often characters have conflicting professions or backgrounds. Her books also center an older hero/younger heroine trope.

In the book "Hunter", a man with Native American roots begins a romance with a geologist. In this book, the sacred earth concept conflicts with the scientific sensibilities of the geologist. In "The Morcai Battalion: Invictus," a battle commander falls in love with a field medic.

Her books "Sweet Enemy," "Diamond Spur" and "To Have and To Hold" all feature a more mature male falling in love with a younger woman.