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The Nanny And The Sheikh by Barbara McMahon
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Nov 30, 08

bookshelves: romance, series, harlequin-mills
Read in January, 2007

This is the seventh book in The Brides of Bella Lucia series.

It took me a little while to warm to the heroine, Melissa, but her genuine loyalty and love for the children soon shines through and had me rooting for her future happiness.


Surim is a gorgeous hero, although there's a time that had me wondering whether he appreciates Melissa enough! It It takes Surim a long time to acknowledge how special Melissa is, and he seems blind to the shallowness of the other women who are angling to become his bride.


The children are wonderful secondary characters, adding to, rather than detracting from the overall romance. I loved the setting of Qu’Arim and learning about the different customs. Barbara McMahon has successfully created a believable story, showing that Western and Eastern cultures can blend and have a happy-ever-after future.
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