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The Sheikh's Blackmailed Mistress (Sheikh's Arabian Night #6)

3.22 of 5 stars 3.22  ·  rating details  ·  116 ratings  ·  8 reviews
Life has taught Prince Vereham al a'Karim bin Hakar to control his emotions. Duty to his kingdom drives the enigmatic sheikh.

But one unexpected, intensely sexy encounter with inexperienced Samantha McLellan shakes Vere's steely control. And when he discovers that Sam could be betraying his country, he decides to blackmail her--into being his mistress
ebook, 192 pages
Published January 2nd 2009 by Harlequin Presents (first published June 6th 2008)
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This story was not good! The plot barely made sense, it was all over the place. The hero is an Angry Boner Man who is mean to heroine because she makes him horny and he doesn't want to be (dude just take care of it yourself). The heroine acts all flighty and hysterical at the sight of the Sheikhy's glorious personage and knows it's true love after a day of him treating her like crap. Ahh how romantic.

Here is my short plot summary:
- H/h randomly run into each other in a hallway and make out like
Grace Harwood
I read an article some time ago about this series of Mills and Boon romances entitled: "The Sheikh Who loved me, Romancing the War on Terror" which argued that M&B were directing their authors to write such romances in order to allay some of their readers' fears and miscomprehensions about the middle-east. These books are all written in fictional "Arabian" countries such as Zuran or Dhurahn (you know, turn left at the roundabout by B&Q) and featured sizzling romances between Arab men and ...more
Booker Like a Hooker
Arap ülkelerinde geçen kitaplar okumaktan hoşlanmıyorum çünkü bana araplar gerçekte de kitaplarda da zorba olarak görünüyorlar ama bu kitap değişik geldi.Yani Okudum ama Vere'nin bazı nedenlerden dolayı metres olmasını istemesi ve Hanımlar bölümü harem vs bölümler bana tiksindirici geliyor ama genede okudum.
Beni etkileyen tek şey ise İlk karşılaştıklarında pardon çarpıştıklarında birbirlerine duydukları duygular.
Kader belki de böyle birşey? Kim bilir?
Bizde bu isimle olsa elimi sürmezdimi ki zaten tam bu nedenden olsa gerek bizdeki ismi çölün gidemiydi indirdiğim sitedede hiç açıklama yoktu olsaydı baştan sevmiyeceğim bir Kitabı. Okumazdı... konusunu sevmesemde gerekanlatım biçimi gerekse çevirisi çok kötüydü. Sıkıcı ve basit geldi....
The hero and heroine's extreme reactions to each other on first meeting aren't very believable -- basically they bump into each other in a hallway and immediately start kissing. The story was ok, but the characters' inner monologues were too melodramatic. Ok read.
Right from the start it was too predictable.
I enjoyed this book,
good story and a fast read
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Penelope Jones Halsall
aka Caroline Courtney, Annie Groves, Lydia Hitchcock, Melinda Wright

Penelope "Penny" Jones was born on November 24, 1946 at about seven pounds in a nursing home in Preston, Lancashire, England. She was the first child of Anthony Winn Jones, an engineer, who died at 85, and his wife Margaret Louise Groves Jones. She has a brother, Anthony, and a sister, Prudence "Pru".

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