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Ruling Sheikh, Unruly Mistress (Maktabi Brothers, #1) (Maktabi Brothers #1)

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Duty vs Desire in the desert!

Women around the world sighed when Sheikh Razi al Maktabi declared his playboy days were over and duty would be his new mistress.

But he found time for one final fling before he took his desert throne, and curvy chef Lucy Tennant certainly whetted His Majesty’s appetite. A whiz in the kitchen, Lucy was a beginner
in the bedroom, and Razi couldn
Published (first published July 1st 2010)
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*** 3 1/2 star ***

The story was entertaining for the most part, which is all I ask of a Harlequin Presents. The heroine annoyed me at first because she almost fainted every time she saw the hero because of his sexy unrelenting machismo. She was supposed to be a great chef but she didn't come off that well when she could barely function in the studly hero's presence. The story skipped around a lot, there would be sudden scenery and time changes that were confusing. The author used extremes for ev
I was surprised at how much I liked this book. I loved the Swiss chalet setting at the beginning. Lucy is a chef at the chalet and the soon to be Sheikh of Isla de Sinnebar comes to stay at the chalet she works at. He just calls himself Mac for this get away so she has no idea who he really is. She is so flattered that he even notices her.

They hang out together and he teaches her how to enjoy life. She is such a sweet innocent woman Mac can't resist her. His one final fling in the Alps produces
Didn't like the meandering way the story happened. Odd scene jumps and weird choices of what to include. And he didn't even want to marry her when she turns up pregnant. And then he did, maybe and then he wishy washied all over. Not well written in my opinion.
Tonya Warner
Lucy Tennant has always felt she was something of a misfit. She never fit in to her family, and becoming a chef at an exclusive chalet gave her the opportunity to pretend everything was ok. Running in to Mac, and having someone with his charisma, sexiness and charm desire her, was the fulfillment of a fantasy. Her very own Prince Charming.

Mac is reality Sheikh Razi al Maktabi, and he is the King of his country. What started out as a final fling before setting down to devote himself to the well-b
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Susan Stephens was a professional singer before meeting her husband on the tiny Mediterranean island of Malta.

In true romance style they met on Monday, became engaged on Friday and were married three months later. They are still very much in love, though Susan does not advise her three children to return home with a similar story as she may not take the news with the same fortitude as her own moth
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