Hired: The Sheikh's Secretary Mistress (Royal Brides #8)
Grace Brown, Amir's plain but indispensable assistant, isn't exactly queen material. No matter how tempted Amir is to take her innocence, she's off-limits. Until he returns to his homeland, where the barbarian prince replaces the businessman�and resolve...more
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Grace is a darn good personal assistant to Sheikh Amir. That's about the only really positive thing she can say about herself. She's plain and thin and hides herself behind baggy clothes and glasses. She also hides her love for Amir. She could be happy just be near him and working for him...until he asks Grace to pick out his...more
In Lucy’s July release Forbidden: The Billionaire’s Virgin Princess the reader was intro...more
Anyway this is a super fast and fun read of an alpha male, and an innocent woman, who both have one major thing in common - they are both idiots! But that is what makes these fun. Neither of them realizes they are in love, and have been in love. Even when everyone else around them knows it.
He's a cultured, wealthy, princely, sheikh, who's "tête-à-t...more
Grace Brown has been in love with Amir for a while. But she knew that she's not the one for him. Aside from the fact that he's her boss, her best friend, he's also a prince. And when Amir asked her to help him find a wife based on his requirements (intelligence, social standing and most important a marriage of convenience without love) she agreed. And (view spoiler)[decided to add her self in the...more
3.5 out of 5 stars
Harlequin Presents, how I love thee. Featuring overbearing alpha heroes, and demure, virginal heroines, where “Seduction and Passion are guaranteed” or so says the byline, they are magical, fun, passion filled books. The HP line is one where I know I’m guaranteed to find a domineering hero who I’d want to bash in the head in real life and a heroine who is far too meek for my tastes. And yet, I have an undeniable sense of nostalgia and affection for them. S...more
It features (as cliche as it may sound) a beautiful virginal woman who doesn't know she's pretty damn hot, and, of course, a dashing prince and to be honest, was incredibly enjoyable.
Go ahead, shoot me. But damn this was a very sweet, if not cliche, romance.
Recommended for a sexy, light read! :)
(You don't have to read the previous books, I didn't)
I picked this one up because of the author. I didn't realize until after I read it that it's connected to several other Lucy Monroe stories. I have one in the TBR, but now I want to track down some of the others too.
I could have used a few more chapters though, but all is well.
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