Sheik's Revenge (Sahara Kings #3)
Faith Sinclair never missed a shot - or a kill. But when the mysterious man she knew only as Santiago was in her sniper's sights, the game changed. It had to. She couldn't kill him in cold blood. Not the father of her unborn baby.
Sheik Omair Al Arif's mind was on one thing: revenge. The undercover king didn't bargain on an intoxicating enemy bent on foil...more
Faith Had been sent to Columbia on a undercover mission. She is a trained assassin for the U.S. military. While she is waiting on the mission to go down she is working as a barmaid in a small bar. Sheik Omair Al Arif who posed as Santiago had a mission of his own. he wanted to find who was responsible for trying to kill his entire family. That mission lead him to Columbia. He often found himself ...more
The book was mainly about t ...more
I do not like the fact that its so cavalier about some things (which i wont wr ...more
The reason I didn't rate a 4 was that the multiple povs seemed off for some reason. I haven't read that many suspense either nor the first book of this series but I do normally love multiple povs in some paranormal romances. I also have to say that if you don't like major cliff-hangers then wait another month for the next installment in her Sahara Kings series to come out. I hope that one will answer the left open questions but I'm guessing this will only be a trilogy.
Romance-wise, I would ha ...more
I'm not a huge fan of romance books but I enjoyed this book more than I was expecting to.
It is well written and fast paced and the characters are far more complex than I've previously found the protagonists of romance novels!
I enjoyed the mutual distrust the two main characters had for each other. It made the story line seem much more feasible than if they had just fallen for each other straight away.
The epilogue made the boo ...more
I love both of Heroine and Hero, they have strong character and loyalty.
The heroine is not weak woman, she is female sniper in the U.S. Army, and the hero though he is a prince but he have military skill.
The hero care so much to the heroine though the hero not yet now the real identity of the heroine and why the heroine want to kill him.
A three-time RITA finalist, she has also won the Romantic Times Reviewers’ Choice Award, the National Readers’ Choice Award, and the Romantic Crown for Best Romantic Suspense and Best Book Overall, in addition to being a Booksellers’ Best finalist, a multiple Daphne Du Maurier Award finalist, ...more