The Sheik and the Virgin Princess (Desert Rogues, #5) (Desert Rogues #5)
When prim professor Zara Paxton ventures to distant Bahania, she wants only to find the father she'd never known. But her father turns out to be King Hassan of Bahania. The desert king promptly put his "princess" under the protection of a muscular, mesmerizing Sheik, who sets Zara's sense aflame, yet he refuses to quench the fire!
Steely security liaison Rafe Stryker scorns...more
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Zara was the type of Princess I would like to be. Instead of knowing she was born as a Princess she was thrust into the title at the age of 28. She hadn’t grown up knowing her father was a King and hadn’t enjoyed the wealth and benefits of the royal position, so she wasn’t like the typical snobby, spoilt, rich brats that royalty are often referred to. Her life hadn ...more
Zara was annoying during the most part of the book. She wanted a family and them she didn’t want to stay learning about her father. She was contradictory most of the time and kept com ...more
Steely security liaison Rafe Stryker scorns lasting love. But before he knows it, the bespectacled brunette sneaks into his heart, making him throb with the urge to tas ...more
Anyway, the ending seemed really rushed. And I know for sure it wasn't as long as the other books. But it was good.
Although I'm pretty bothered by Hassan's treatment to Zara, compared to how he always had and seems to still be treating Sabrina. I would be bitter too if I were Sabrina. Although I'll be contented enough with Kardal.
In this story, I have proven that kings ar ...more