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Rescued by the Billionaire Sheikh

4.05  ·  Rating details ·  42 ratings  ·  8 reviews
Ripped, rich and outrageously self-confident, Omar's the perfect playboy billionaire.

At least… he was until his dad introduced him to the family business. And since there was no way Omar was going to get involved with selling guns to a bunch of terrorists, that meeting didn't go so well. The kind of ‘not well’ that left his dad with a split lip, and Omar fleeing the countr
Kindle Edition, 295 pages
Published December 1st 2015
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**Elle**Bee**Double U**
May 14, 2016 rated it it was ok
Shelves: billionaire
**I was given a copy of the Billionaire Sheikh Trilogy for an honest review**

Omar is next in line to take over the family and be their leader. But when he discovers the dirty side of business his father is profiting on he wants no part of his father's business. But to just let Omar walk away with a grudge could prove deadly for his father, so he agrees to let him run the Salaam Foundation. Now Omar is having to be conscience of his money and has no time to mess with the ladies.

After a nasty brea
Jan 14, 2016 rated it really liked it
a nice story to take you away from day to day troubles. but the story brings it own issues and drama.
after a disastrous relationship ending and issues with her boss, charlotte decides to turn her live around and impulsively replies to a job advert for a far away place in africa. the interview goes very well, things get even more interesting when the big boss, omar, steps in and more or less takes over. omar is impressed with her knowledge but it isn't the only thing that has caught his eye. bef
Cheryl Drake johnson
Dec 02, 2015 rated it really liked it
Charlotte was a woman who wanted more out of life than she was getting she was bored with her job because she was not being used to her potential she thought that her personal life was on track she didn't understand why she happen to fill out an application for a job opening in Kenya she didn't think about it but her boss happen to see her on her phone and she liked to humiliate her because she new less than Charlotte and didn't want anyone to know after she got a dressing down she decided to qu ...more
Dec 20, 2015 rated it it was amazing
This was an incredible read. I love how at the beginning it was a bit more "shy" and bloom as Omar and Charlotte grow with each other and throughout the story. This was a fantastic read, quick, light hearted at times, heavier at other times. Always keeping you thinking, and not guessing what is happening you move forward in the book. It is well written, I like the commradery with Omar and Hassan, the way the book flowed was flawless. All around a great book. I do have to say i judge a book by it ...more
Christine Croke
Dec 23, 2015 rated it it was amazing
A wonderfully adventurous story. Omar doesn't agree with his sheik father's nefarious deeds. He gets banished to Kenya Africa to work on his mother's charity. There he meets Charlotte. A beautiful smart computer programmer who takes a chance on a job in Kenya and leaves an abusive boss as well as a boyfriend that cheated on her with her best friend. But what she doesn't realize is that with Omar she will find love and adventure as well as danger. She is kidnapped and beaten. Can he rescue her in ...more
Christina Bowling
Dec 11, 2015 rated it really liked it
I received a copy of this book in exchange for an honest review.

This was a very interesting book that I really enjoyed. It did take me a little time to warm up to Omar, but once I did, I really liked him. Charlotte I liked from the beginning and found to be a very relatable character, and I enjoyed seeing her and Omar's relationship develop. They were the perfect matches for each other, and I hope to get to see more from them in the future.

No spoilers, but this is an interesting book that's a
Dec 03, 2015 rated it it was amazing
I received this book in return for a honest review.
This book was awesome I loved the back and forth between the two sides. At first I thought Omar started the foundation and then it was a couple years later that they asked for a manager type person for it. But I still liked how it turned out
Jan 01, 2016 rated it did not like it

This book was so boring I had to push myself to finish it no I would not recommend. Don't know if I will read from this author again.
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