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Cinderella and the Sheikh (The Brides of Amrah Kingdom #1)

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Life has been tough on Pollyanna, who has constantly been at someone's beck and call. So when she journeys to the desert with magnificent sheikh Rashid, it feels like a dream

Charisma. Power. Danger. In just days, Rashid has taken Polly's world and changed it. He can't ever be hers, but what she is feeling is as old as time itself.

Pollyanna came to Amrah to relive her great
ebook, 192 pages
Published January 1st 2009 by Harlequin Presents (first published October 1st 2008)
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2.5 I do like that unlike many other desert-romance type books, this one tried to tackle some of the cultural differences in Middle Eastern countries, things that most sheikh romances tend to ignore or wash over completely.
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