Descriptive images and relate-able characters are just a few reasons why I found A Bride for the Sheikh to be a trip worth taking. Two intriguing characters from different backgrounds is a concept that has been done many times. Ms. Lane tale is done in such a way that makes it seem as if you are experiencing the journey for the first time. Rashid had just the right amount of arrogance, mystery and masculinity. Naive, adventurous and strong willed is how I would describe Angelina. Angelina, a foreigner in a strange environment thrust into the unexpected when she meets Rashid. Their differences are what drawing them to each other. I enjoyed the story, found it fresh, fun and entertaining. The one issue for me is that the story itself was too short. Would like more of a novel less of a novella.
From the #1 bestselling author of The Desert Sheikh comes her latest emotional rollercoaster sheikh romance!
When Sheikh Rashid is told by his father, the sultan, that he must marry the scheming daughter of his financial adviser, Chrystal Longhorn, the sheikh refuses. The sultan finally agrees to let his son choose his own bride, but on two conditions: she must be a foreigner, to prevent intermarriage with a local family, and she must be presented to the sultan as the sheikh's bride in just two weeks' time.
That evening Sheikh Rashid meets Angelina Smith, a beautiful young woman from England. The sheikh is immediately besotted with her. The attraction is mutual, but Angelina has just accepted a place at an exclusive law school in London. Will she throw away her hard-earned career dreams to become a Middle Eastern wife?
Being the royal wife of a billionaire sheikh is exactly what Chrystal Longhorn wants. What lengths will she go to in order to keep Sheikh Rashid and make sure he marries her and not Angelina?
Sheikh Rashid has only two weeks to persuade Angelina to marry him, or face a loveless marriage with Chrystal.
The clock is ticking...