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"The Sheik's Virgin" by Susan Mallery

He was the brazen stranger who had made it his mission to chaperone innocent, beautiful Phoebe Carson around his native land. But what would Phoebe do when she discovered her suitor was none other than Prince Nasri Mazin--and he had seduction on his mind?

"Sheikh of Ice" by Alexandra Sellers

She came in search of adventure--and discovered
ebook, 384 pages
Published December 27th 2010 by Silhouette Desire (first published August 1st 2002)
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Heather  *trying to find a good book*
Three seperate stories involving Sheiks from three different authors.
I myself either from lack of intrest or just the fact that these stories lacked catching my intrest. I liked the first story. "The Sheik's Vigin" by Susan Mallery but that was just okay nothing special to holla about.

The second "Sheikh of Ice" ugh I stuggled through this one I was so fed up with the male lead I had to force myself not to purposely misplace my book.
The last story I'm sorry to say after struggling through the fi
This book contains three 'typical' Silhouette romances. Nothing new, but entertaining nonetheless.

In 'The Sheikh's Virgin', Phoebe Carson arrives on the island of Lucia-Serrat, she feels a bit lonely and out of her depth. So when a handsome stranger offers to show her around the beautiful sites, she jumps at the chance. Only she doesn't realise, and he doesn't tell, that she is the company of the Crown Prince.

In 'Sheikh of Ice', Kate Drummond arrives in the Barakat Emirates to research the touri
I found Susan Mallery's story The Sheikh's Virgin uninspiring. She is so foolish, so lacking in any kind of self-knowledge or confidence. He on the other hand is this delicious older man who even calls her a little fool on one occasion. Hmm... not that nice. 2 stars.
However, Sheikh of Ice by Alexandra Sellers was a much better offering. The whole explanation about the need for mythical places like Camelot, as symbolised by the Valley was a wonderful device and it really made the story richer and
Rubi Jayne
After my grandfather died, I pretty much stopped sleeping. I started reading this during the hours I wasn't sleeping. It was written just well enough to keep my attention while being, for lack of a better word, inane enough that it really didn't matter if I was comprehending anything or not. (I wasn't.)

Honestly, I have no idea what I read. To be fair, it was me and not the book. Perhaps I'll go back and re-read this someday for a better review.
Lady Raven RAVE!
love this book and all 3 stories but LADIES you have to have to have to read the last one, its breathtaking, romantic and sweet its the i can't put into words because its that good story, it gave me goose bumps just reading that story...

I think you should buy this book its a keeper i know i said all three are good but when you read the last story you guys will know why its soooooo romantic....
Usually in anthologies, there is one story that disappoints. This anthology was different. I really liked all three novellas. I recommend this to romance readers.
Joanne Hill
I gave this a five star rating because of Fiona Brand's Kismet novella. It is just amazing.
Joan Mondragon
The Sheik's Virgin by Susan Mallery
Sheikh of Ice by Alexandra Sellers
kismet by Fiona Brand
All 3 books were wonderfully written! Loved it!
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