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The Sheikh's Captive Bride (Mills & Boon Modern) Paperback – 4 Mar 2005
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About the Author
Susan Stephens is passionate about writing books set in fabulous locations where an outstanding man comes to grips with a cool, feisty woman. Susan’s hobbies include travel, reading, theatre, long walks, playing the piano, and she loves hearing from readers at her website. www.susanstephens.com
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The start of this book was odd...Kahlil had an obsession with Lucy right off the bat, it never explains why...the first love scene is immediate, I want to say like page 6??? They just met for god sakes...and what woman just does it with a guy she met only minutes ago? That first off...is odd. Then the story leaps forward 2 years...well ok. Sometimes authors have to do that to progress the story.
Not to give too much away, but the love scenes were great, it was always very hot and passionate...but the development between the two characters was laughing. In most romance novels I've read there's a great deal of self dialogue between the two love interests so that you can see, feel, read the romance blooming. This book focused very little on Kahlil's growing love and more on Lucy's...ok...not terribly unnatural...but the end was SO abrupt! It ends with his confessing...and not ONCE did she tell him. Eh...so as romance's go...of course there was turmoil with instant dislike but insane attraction between the two...followed by a happy ending...
The ending was not that satisfying to me. Mostly because lack of character development and seeing the feelings change on both sides. I gave it three stars because it didn't suck, but it wasn't fantastic.