Love-Slave to the Sheikh
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Love-Slave to the Sheikh

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Sheikh Bandar bin Saeed al Serkel had lived life in the fast lane. But now this oil-rich billionaire was facing a roadblock: he had a brain tumor. There was a fifty-fifty chance Bandar would recover. With weeks to go before starting treatment, he would distract himself with a trip to Australia, where he'd indulge in his favorite pastime: a woman in his bed and at his comma...more
Paperback, 186 pages
Published August 1st 2006 by Harlequin Books
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Marianne
Love Slave to the Sheikh is a novel in the Uncut series by popular Australian romance author, Miranda Lee. Sheikh Bandar bin Saeed al Serkel ( a friend of His Royal Highness Prince Ali of Dubar, a character in an earlier Lee romance, Sold to the Sheikh) has just been told he has an operable brain tumour, with a fifty/fifty chance of recovery. But he also has a responsibility to his friend Ali, so agrees to look after Ali’s horse stud in the Hunter Valley while Ali goes back to Dubar for a corona...more
RomReader
Straightforward & tomboyish horse vet can't believe playboy Sheikh is attracted to her. She agrees to a sexual affair with him, knowing its temporary due to his womanizing reputation. But what she doesn't know is that she may be the last woman he'll ever be with if his brain-tumor operation in the next 3 weeks fails.

I didn't enjoy this Lee book much. It wasn't exciting--the romance, sexual chemistry, love scenes, pacing, & characters. My emotions weren't drawn into the story. I found my...more
C.
Made a reasonable effort to at least acknowledge that a Sheikh would be Muslim (although this one wasn't!). Wonderful abrasive heroine, passive sexually but in no other way.
Romy zakaria
what the hell is that ?

there is no '' dubar '' in the middle east and no harem too :O

arab women are not slaves to men who have no right to dream as mrs.lee says

what a comic novel :O !! and akaffiah isn't the the traditional arab headress

i hope you learn about us before you write about us :D ...

and btw the novel has too much *** scenes for me ..
Corinne Yee
Not the best Miranda Lee, IMO, but it was enjoyable and erotic. The ending was kind of sappy and it was full of cliches, but if you like romances, you'll probably still enjoy it.
Modesty_b
it was different from the other stories I've been reading and pleasantly so. I enjoyed the strong headed heroine and their banter. It's very good
Rinku
It was OK would not reread.
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Miranda Lee was born at Port Macquarie, a popular seaside town on the Mid-North Coast of New South Wales, Australia, and is the youngest of four children. Her father was a country school teacher and brilliant sportsman. Her mother was a talented dressmaker. When Miranda was ten, her father was transferred to Gosford, another coastal town in the countryside, much closer to Sydney. After leaving her...more
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