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Taken by the Desert Sheikh

"Taken by the Desert Sheikh" is trilogy that follows three brothers and their chosen brides. It’s certainly a flight of fancy but a very sexy, enjoyable one. Don’t look for realism, just sit back and go with the premise. The heroes are drea...

4 Stars
  • Authors: Mel Teshco, Cathleen Ross, Christina Phillips
  • Review by: Emma
  • Genre: Romance
  • Tags: * Rom: Middle East, * SPICY: HOT Romance, Collections & Anthologies
  • Publisher: Independently Published

Mirage

All right. Bonus points for writing a sheikh in the time of corsets and smelling salts and the Little Season. Also bonus points for writing an intrepid code-breaking Egyptian-ologist (is that a word?) heroine. Further bonus points for a smo...

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A Bride For The Sheikh

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 tal...

4 Stars

The Oil Tycoon and Her Sexy Sheikh

I really loved this story. I have a fondness for the serious, geeky environmentally aware type and when you combine that with a man who has a clear notion of noblesse oblige -- it just makes my heart melt. I really liked Olivia too, but Kha...

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Gambling with the Crown

I did enjoy Gambling with the Crown, however would I read it again? Maybe, possibly. I suppose it was a good book in terms of a light read, however I found it slightly predictable. So we have a Prince Kadir and his personal assistant Emily....

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Honeybun Sheik - Honeybun Cousins: Book 2

Abdel is no typical Middle Eastern Prince, with traditional restrictive views about women. He's the complete opposite which has put him in danger with the rest of the Saudi Royals by his choosing to support women's rights and help his cousi...

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Taken by the Sheikh

Kris Pearson starts Taken by the Sheikh off at a fast pace. The pacing and story easily grab the reader’s attention. She brings the story to light by using descriptive words that paint a picture of the characters. I usually go for shorter r...

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Desert Warrior

"Desert Warrior" by Nalini Singh is a sweetly romantic story set in an exotic land. Jasmine defies her family and travels to the country of Zulheil to comfort Tariq al-Huzzein Donovan Zamanat, the newly elevated Sheik of Zulheil after the t...

4 Stars
  • Author: Nalini Singh
  • Review by: ELF
  • Genre: Romance
  • Tags: * Contemporary, * Rom: Middle East
  • Publisher: Silhouette

Dark Sins and Desert Sands - Mythica Series, #5

Even though this was the first time I have read this series, I had no problem following the story. Granted it is part of a series, but the impression I get is that each book can stand alone. I loved that the author used Egyptian mythology....

5 Stars

The Black Sheep Sheik - A Cowboys Royale Title

Harlequin books have always been a great way to enjoy a great romance full of passion and emotions. The Black Sheep Sheik has all that plus the element of danger to plague our main characters. The circumstances of their brief interlude left...

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  • Author: Dana Marton
  • Review by: Susan
  • Genre: Romance
  • Tags: * Romantic Suspense, * Rom: Middle East, Western
  • Publisher: Harlequin

To Touch a Sheikh

Olivia Gates is a talented writer with the ability to fully immerse the reader in the emotions of the characters. To Touch a Sheikh tells the story of Prince Amjad Aal Shalaan and Princess Maram. Prince Amjad is a man who has been destroyed...

4 Stars