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The Sheikh's Virgin Princess (Modern Romance) Paperback – 1 Feb 2008
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About the Author
USA Today bestselling author Sarah Morgan writes hot, happy contemporary romance. Her trademark humour and sensuality have gained her fans across the globe and two RITA® Awards from the Romance Writers of America. Sarah lives near London with her family. Visit her at www.sarahmorgan.com
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Years ago two friends made an oath to have their children marry and for the proud and honor bound Sheikh Karim that's impossible and he going to set out to make sure he doesn't have to marry the "rebel princess". He watched his father suffer at the hand of another "rebel princess" his stepmother and he's not going to see his country suffer further. He sets out to meet the lovely Princess Alexandra and prove to her that the desert is not a place for a "spoiled" princess so he poses as a body guard sent by the sheikh.
Princess Alexa is determined to marry the Sheikh as a means to an end to assure her safety from her Uncle and to help restore her country to prosperity and the way it was when her father was alive and ruled Rovina. What she doesn't count on is loving not only the desert but the sheikh.
If you love hot romance set in the hot desert sun, Morgan's entertaining story will have you on pins and needles and set your heart racing. Is a lovely desert romance with twists and turns, secrets and love scenes.
Karim, Sultan of Zangrar, sought a gentle, obedient bride. What he got was a defiant, feisty wife with fire in her eyes!
She couldn't be a virgin--she was a rebel princess who wouldn't be tamed. She was hiding secrets, refusing to do his bidding!
The marriage contract couldn't be broken. Their wedding vows had to be sealed!
And then the sultan discovered Princess Alexandra was in fact an innocent....
Both hero and heroine are strong and independent. Alexandra, the heroine is an exceptionally likeable charachter. I think she's up there with my favourite romance heroines
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I really thought it was going to be off the chain amazing but I was so wrong. Wrong in being swayed by the other reviews that led me to buying this book in the first place. The hero was simply an unapologetic, arrogant to the core, full of himself ASS! When I first started to read this book his attitude didn't bother me because I believed it would get better as I continued the story, but sadly, he was this throughout almost ALL of the book.
And when a hero or heroine pisses me off it's a wrap. It took too damn long, imo, for him to get a clue and come around.
The ONLY reason I gave this book three stars was because of the heroine. She was simply in a word kickass. It's just too bad her amazingness couldn't save this book.