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Sheik Seduction (Harlequin Intrigue #1039)

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She had planned to be all business, but nothing could have prepared Sara for the strength and sensuality of Sheik Tariq Abdullah. When they met, she couldn't help but respond to the magnetism of this powerful man.

Born to rule, Tariq was used to being obeyed. When their convoy was brutally ambushed and the honey-haired American consultant Sara Reeves was attacked, he'd do a
ebook, 248 pages
Published January 1st 2008 by Harlequin
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Sheikh Seduction was a very fast-paced story with a good romance. Sara Reeves is an American businesswoman in a Middle Eastern country (sorry I forget the fake country’s name) as part of her job as head of a company related to the oil industry. She meets Tariq right before a shared ride in a Hummer to go see an oil well along with other businessmen and bodyguards. They are both attracted to each other at first sight but she originally thinks that Tariq is just a bodyguard for Sheikh Abdullah whe ...more
"He, as a man, looked so manly while testosterone seemed to leak out auf each and every pore of his masculine body." This is not an actual line from the book, but it could be. The author made an effort to remind the reader that he looked so masculine. I know he's a man, I won't forgot even without an regular reminder. I promise.
Apart from that I was pleasently surprised that there is an actual plot. Lots of it actually. There are things happening, there's action! I mean...judging from the title
Mar 17, 2012 Linda rated it it was amazing  ·  review of another edition
Tariq Abdullah Was Sent Away From His Country When He Was Five, His Mother, The King's Favorite Wife Feared For His Safety And Sent Him To America. Now, Thirty Years Later He Was A Man, He Tried To Help His People, Bond With His Half Brothers, And Introduce Some Western Ideas To Get His Country In The Twenty-First Century, But His American Accent Had Them Distrusting A Foreigner. His Corporation, MMPOIL Was Entertaining A Western Company That Wanted Their Oil And He Let His Managers Handled The ...more
Tawnya Ward
The desert fairy tale about a maiden and the sheik, but with a modern twist. Guns, helicopter, satellite phones, oil and water.

Tariq is the new Sheik, who has been thrusted into a mess that involves old foes and new ones. Sara is the American female who's trying to keep control over the company she for when her father died.
They meet because of the business of oil and water. Each take turns in saving the others' life, while trying to make it to the Sheiks' brother for safety.

To me the book was
Just good, sometimes a little to much,....boms or fire, or,...
But she is a good writer!!!!!!!!!!!!
Dec 23, 2012 Silverana rated it liked it  ·  review of another edition
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A lot of action but many parts of it I could not make myself read through. I ended up skipping a lot of the paragraphs near the middle. Sara and Tariq's feelings were mentioned throughout the story but it did not seem like too much was happening with the romance. One very good thing about this story was that Sara was a very strong character and she never stood back to let Tariq save them both, she was always up front right next to him.
It was interesting reading this not long after a previous book written by Dana Marton as some of the same characters reappear. It is also written in the same time and place.
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Dana Marton writes fast-paced action-adventure romances that take her readers all over the globe. She is a Rita Award finalist and the winner of the Daphne du Maurier Award of Excellence. She loves writing stories of intrigue, filled with dangerous plots that try her tough-as-nails heroes and the special women they fall in love with. Her books have been published in seven languages in eleven coun ...more
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