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One Desert Night

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The coveted Heart of Courage jewel—when passed to each sheikh in the House of Kazeem Khan—is said to guarantee love. But Sheikh Zahir rejects this legend. After the bitterness he's suffered, he sees emotion and marriage as two very separate things and orders the jewel be sold!It's down to historian Gina Collins to handle the rare artifact. Returning to the desert plains of ...more
Paperback, 192 pages
Published February 7th 2012 by Harlequin (first published March 1st 2011)
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Jenny
Oct 12, 2013 Jenny rated it really liked it  ·  review of another edition
Sheikh Zahir & academic Gina spend a passionate night together but in the morning she leaves his country and goes back to England. Zahir who is smitten with her, calls and begs her to come back to him but Gina rejects him.

Now 3 years later Gina is back in the desert and is shocked to realize her new client is the man who stole her heart that night. She aches to make things right between them but how? After Gina's abandonment Zahir has turned into a bitter man, afraid of trusting and falling
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Gina-Zahir both meet and give into attraction and spent a night together,Gina is to leave in the morning her mother is in hospital,both still go ahead and they both feel the connection and Zahir realises he has fallen for Gina,Gina leaves and Zahir calls and pleads her to come to him but she refuses him and says no its over

Zahir turns bitter cause he literally begged her but she so cruelly threw it back to his face and Zahir's parents married for love and were totally in love with each other th
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Jennie -  Webbweaver Reviews
This was a very enjoyable read. The author seemed to have a good understanding of the area of the world she was writing about. That was a huge plus!
Zahir is a strong, imposing, fabulous man who falls in love with Gina, a doctor of ancient artefacts. The thing I loved about him was that he knew right from the beginning that Gina was the one and wasn't afraid to express this to her.
Gina is a very likeable heroine. She is vulnerable yet strong and highly intelligent.
Of course there is the conflic
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Tia
Feb 18, 2012 Tia rated it liked it  ·  review of another edition
Gina and Zahir meet one night and come together in a night of devastating passion. In the morning Zahir declares his feelings for Gina and asks her to stay. However Gina cannot stay due to fear and needing to get to her mother whom is in the hospital.

Zahir is bitter and miserable when Gina leaves. His parents married for love and he wanted to do that as well for he loves Gina. When he tries to contact Gina, she tells him it is over, leaving him even more miserable. So much so, he sends the royal
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Mariateresa Carone
Libro fresco e romantico, veloce da leggere. Mi ha conquistata dalla prima all'ultima pagina. 5 stelline :)
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Tanya Mayes
Dec 06, 2012 Tanya Mayes rated it it was amazing  ·  review of another edition
Love this book really good read. Talk about love at first sight. Zahir & Gina that's true love.
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