The Sheik & The Bride Who Said No (Desert Rogues #9)
EVERYTHING ABOUT THE PALACE HAD ALWAYS INTRIGUED HER...
Including the incredibly handsome crown prince himself. There was no denying that Murat was a man of mystery, power and many talents. But for a husband, Daphne Snowden wanted more. Sure, future "queen" sounded lovely, but she wanted someone who saw her as more than a woman to bear the next heir to the throne. Someone...more
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I liked Daphne and completely understand her reasons to leave on the first place. Okay, she loved him, but also tried to move on. She had a normal life with a very dysfunctional family bugging her about choices, still she always made everything right, until her niece a ...more
Still, there was that niggling burning desire and unfinished business between them. And though time had changed him, it had not erased her i ...more
Arrogant, egotistical, pretentious and 100% sexy royal male.
I love this series.
Prince Murat was hugely arrogant at times....probably 80% of the time, but his arrogance was endearing.
"I command you to be healed," he murmured, his face close to hers, his breath stirring her hair. "I am Crown Prince Murat, and I command that you open your eyes and speak to me right now."
Oh, so ar ...more
The surprise announcement from Murat that they got married was epic. And funny.
Daphne annoyed me very much. It was exhausting to read about her constant denial and rejection of her engagement with Murat. And oh god, I thought the other princes were arrogant. Murat was the most arrogant among them all. They matched though. Very compatible. I just wanted to smack them silly at the same time.