Woman in a Sheikh's World
With a client list hotter than the Zubran desert, wedding planner Avery Scott shouldn't be surprised that her latest client is Crown Prince Malik of Zubran—the man who once lit her body on fire…before steamrollering over her heart.Determined to ignore Malik's lethal charm, Avery makes a very... show more
With a client list hotter than the Zubran desert, wedding planner Avery Scott shouldn't be surprised that her latest client is Crown Prince Malik of Zubran—the man who once lit her body on fire…before steamrollering over her heart.Determined to ignore Malik's lethal charm, Avery makes a very personal not-to-do list:1. Not being Malik's intended, our relationship must remain 100 percent professional.2. His arranged bride might have run away, but I mustn't distract him—for the kings of Zubran, duty always comes first.3. However luxurious the Bedouin tent—and smoldering the tension—pride dictates the touch I crave stays strictly forbidden.
Publish date: November 13th 2012
Pages no: 192
Edition language: English
Series: The Private Lives of Public Playboys
It's been quite some time since I've read any series romances, but all those great Sarah Morgan reviews over at DA enticed me to try her out. And every now and then I have to indulge in my guilty pleasure sheikh romances *g*. When I started the story I was quite sure I would go with a C, as I assume...
Sought-after party planner offers her help to find the runaway fiancé of her former lover of 1 year, sheikh Hero. As difficult as it was for her to get over their breakup & his quick engagement to his fiancé, heroine does her best to act like her usual independent & strong self in Hero’s presence. B...
A superficial albeit diverting read. Avery drove me nuts a good 70% of the time. Mal was handsome but I felt he lacked personality at times. It was too much like a stock hero for me.
I have never read about a more messed up heroine, she irritated me so much but I also felt pity for her after I found out she was raised by a bitter mother who never gave her love and affection and only told her men were bad, so the heroine was cynical but she let down her defenses with the hero and...
Rating: 4.5 Stars Reviewed at: HarlequinJunkie.comA Woman in a Sheikh’s world is a beautifully crafted second chance romance by the eternally talented Sarah Morgan.Avery and Crown Prince Malik's had a year long public affair that ended badly; to make matters worse soon after their relationship break...