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The Last Prince of Dahaar (A Dynasty of Sand and Scandal #1)

3.35  ·  Rating Details ·  69 Ratings  ·  10 Reviews
A vow to break?

She's a bullet point on the list of things he's agreed to for duty. And as it is the only way to restore order in Dahaar and quash whispers that name him The Mad Prince, Ayaan Al Sharif will marry Zohra Naasar.

Zohra knows something of duty's destruction--it's stolen her freedom before, and it won't happen again. She'll convince Ayaan not to marry her--by ref
ebook, 192 pages
Published April 1st 2014 by Harlequin Presents (first published January 1st 2014)
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Future-Jess ✮ The Book Eating Dinosaur ✮
A broken hero with PTSD who doesn't think he is fit to be loved + a leading lady with strong opinions and a stubborn streak = Amazing cheesetastic awesomeness.

This was just what I needed after a bad book week.

I want to read ALL the Mills and Boon books now.

4 no-magical-healing-vaginas-here Stars
Zohra Naasar (from Siyaad) is being pressured by her father to marry Prince Ayaan Sharif (from Dahaar). She is very against this marriage because she doesn't see herself as a future Queen and isn't interested in that life, but her father insists the marriage will benefit both their countries. Ayaan doesn't want the marriage either but he will do it out of duty for his country.

I thought Zohra and Ayaan made a great couple. Ayaan is known as the Mad Prince. Five years ago he had been pronounced d
Fiona Marsden
Aug 10, 2015 Fiona Marsden rated it really liked it  ·  review of another edition
This was an interesting take on the Sheikh marriage of convenience. Ayaan, the Mad Prince, is the only survivor of a terrorist attack five years ago that killed his older brother and his sister. The captivity and subsequent time wandering the desert pushed his mental health over the edge. It is only recently he has been well enough to return home to Dahaar and take up, reluctantly, his royal duties as the heir apparent.

Zohra is the feisty, disgruntled illegitimate daughter of Dahaar's neighbouri
Jan 09, 2014 Jenny rated it did not like it  ·  review of another edition
Shelves: steamy
Marriage of convenience story. Hero is very tortured, he feels responsible for the death of his family and heroine has her own daddy issues. Neither wants this marriage but they end up falling in love. I adore MOC stories, virginal heroines and a dark brooding hero but I still couldn't get into this book. Too much narrative description, not enough dialogue. Not a big description reader. Reading this was a chore.
The opening of this book is utterly fantastic writing - such that I was mentally composing a fan letter to the author by page 2. Alas, the narrative and characterization hit some snags after that and the rest of the book lacked the depth that would've made the story more satisfying. But, constraints of the format and all. The romance was certainly satisfying enough. I can see myself re-reading this to revisit the characters and their chemistry.

Didn't really like or understand the heroine's 'ins
Underwhelming beginning. Didn't much like the heroine. Couldn't finish. Story didn't grab me at all.

I've read better tortured Arab heroes from made up Arab countries and marriage of convenience HP's.
Harlequin Books
"Pammi's romance is a page-turner. Her vivid narrative brings the extraordinary people and exotic places to life. Her couple seems doomed, yet are each other's balm (RT Book Reviews)". 4 1/2 stars

Miniseries: A Dynasty of Sand and Scandal
Kelly Read
Interesting, almost normal telling of the sheikh story...Loved how vulnerable Ayaan was. And the scene in the stable where Zohra takes the talk about scorching!!! Can't wait to read the brother's story!!
Jais rated it it was ok
Mar 26, 2014
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received 4 1/2 stars @ RT Book Reviews
Miniseries: A Dynasty of Sand and Scandal
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Tara Pammi can't remember a moment when she wasn't lost in a book, especially a romance which, for a teenager, was much more exciting than mathematics textbook. Before long, she was hiding romance novels within bigger textbooks, smuggling them into the home through her unsuspecting younger cousin’s school bag, and cycling more than a few miles to her favorite library to borrow more.

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