Girl in the Bedouin Tent (Sinful Desert Nights #2)
Sheikh Prince Amir has vowed to redeem his scandalous family name – so the last thing he needs on a tour of his desert kingdom is to have a sensuous blonde with more spirit than clothes presented for his harem. Fiery Cassie might have been kidnapped by bandits and dolled up as the Sheikh’s love-slave, but she refuses to be any man’s pla...more
ClarissaStacia Explains it All.
Yes, I am dating myself with that reference.
As I was reading GitBT, I found myself changing the meaning of scenes in order to entertain myself. Entire passages of dialogue and bland scenes were spiced up in my head as I made the Sheikh more of a jackass and the woman less intriguing than she was supposed to be.
Here's the book as I saw it :
The book states - Amir had his pick of gorgeous women on six contents. He chose his own bed partners.
Translation - Amir knew ...more
It just felt like they needed more time to repair the relationship (with a little more groveling) for ...more
Amir promises Cassie that he won't bed her and she's safe with him. He knows she'd been through a traumatic experience and keeps his attraction under control. B ...more
Prince Amir, Sheikh of Tarakhar, prided himself on his developed and law-abiding desert Kingdom. Imagine his surprise when he is presented with a sex-slave who was kidnapped from his kingdom by the neighbouring bandit chief. He is livid with anger. He saves Australian volunteer teacher Cassandra Denison, after a week of Cassie pretending to be his mistress at the bandit camp.
I like this one much better than I expected. I usually have a hard time with the made up Middle Eastern countries and their European seeming sheikhs. I had a couple of flashes here of the hero not seeming realistically Middle Eastern but I just tried to ignore it and enjoy the story.
This story shone in character development. The heroine was realistic in her fear when she was abducted and the hero was wonderful in his gentlemanly reactions to t ...more
The hero acted honorably after being "gifted" the heroine by a local adversary; however, I had a problem with the hero's (view spoiler)[neglecting to tell the heroine that he was in the process of negotiating an arranged marriage and expected the heroine to be okay with just being his mistress from the time being (hide spoiler)].["br"]>["br"]>
When he hears the jingle of bells coming from behind him he is prepared for the attack and manages not to hurt her and only manages to only get a nick. At first he thought it was an ...more
I didn't really buy the heroine in this story. I liked the hero though. I thought the author's creative middle Eastern country name and ruling family were creative.
I think the author could have condensed the first half of the book when the heroine was stuck in the tent into a chapter, because after they arrived back at Amir's palace the story got better. I find usually the first half of the book is really rocking and ro ...more
USA Today Bestselling author Annie West loves writing passionate, intense love stories. She has devoted her life to an in depth study of tall, dark, charismatic heroes who cause the best kind of trouble in the lives of their heroines. Creating heroines who are a perfect mat ...more