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Taken by the Sheikh by Mel Teshco
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it was amazing

Taken by the Sheikh was an excellent trilogy around three brothers and their wives to be. Wives that are modernized and don’t necessarily want to be wives. The brothers are bound by duty to take their wives and soon. All three stories were sweet and seamlessly woven together. While each story can be read on it’s own, the third brings them back together nicely.

In the first, Hostage to the Sheikh, Lexi goes about her day. Little does she know that she is meant to be the bride of a sheikh. Shahzad must act fast in claiming his bride. Lexi is kidnapped and swept away. The sweet romance of the two was urged on by the fast pace need to be wed. I loved that Lexi took chances and didn’t just go with the flow. I was a bit disheartened by her rash decisions. But it all worked out for her.

In the second, The Sheikh’s Mistaken Bride, Prince Kalid arrives to swoop his bride away. Only he hasn’t done his homework on his future bride and ends up wooing the wrong lady. By the time he figures it out, he has already asked Sanura to marry him. He is duty bound to marry the other woman, but that doesn’t mean she can’t be a second wife correct? Sanura is crushed. I felt for her highs and lows in this story.

In the third and final, Sold to the Sheikh, May finds out that a marriage contract she’s had since a child has come due. And she’s on the run from her husband to be and her father. Rafi has come to find her and collect on the contract that he purchased. May is a strong and independent woman and she’s not going to go silently. It takes a strong man to be a match for May and Rafi is arrogant enough to think he’s it. May shows him just what a challenge she can be. This third story wrapped up and included the first two books in a charming conclusion.
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December 17, 2014 – Shelved
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