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Sun Lord's Woman

3.45 of 5 stars 3.45  ·  rating details  ·  40 ratings  ·  3 reviews
When they met, Karim el Khalid de Torres called it Fate...

Mesmerized by his strong personal magnetism, Linda Layne had gone along with the events that followed their meeting as if in a dream. A delicious, romantic dream!

But now that the closeness of their marriage was over, Linda knew that Karim had lied to her. She felt betrayed by him and by her own feelings. She'd all
Paperback, Harlequin Presents #854, 186 pages
Published January 1986 by Harlequin Books (first published June 1985)
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Short, well written and terribly sweet read. A great Kiss and Forget Novel, My first Violet Winspear-who wrote alot for such a tiny novel.
It was sooo cute-but i sometimes felt the heroine was a bit of a dits.The hero was really Macho and pride pride pride. :P Great story though.
I felt as If Violet Winspear was throwing a bucket of suffer on the heroine- Like literally , as if she grabbed suffer out of bucket and started throwing it at her, whilst screaming SUFFER SUFFER SUFFER!
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Hero and Heroine have some sort of marriage of convenience with a lot of lust. But on the their wedding day, the Sheik finds out heroine's mother was Jewish, which thanks to his position of power and the violent history between his people and hers, makes it impossible for them to be together.

I like it because it's an usual conflict for an HP, and while it isn't dealt with very deeply, I liked the love conquers all feeling I got from it.

And I always had a thing for Sheik romances :p
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Violet Winspear was born on 28 April 1928 in London, England. She worked in a factory since 1942, when in 1961 she sold her first romance novels to Mills & Boon. In 1963, she became a full-time writer. She wrote from her home in the south-east England, that she never left, but she meticulously researched her far-flung settings at the local library. She never married, and had no children, but s ...more
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