REVIEW: Hidden in the Sheikh’s Harem by Michelle Conder

Posted September 10th, 2015 by in Blog, Harlequin Mills&Boon, Presents, Review / 3 comments

In Hidden in the Sheikh’s Harem by Michelle Conder,Prince Zachim Darkhan of Hidden-in-the-Sheikhs-HaremBakaan never expected to find himself bound and at the mercy of his nemesis. But with a skillful ease borne of years as a warrior he escapes his bonds…then takes the man’s daughter as his captive and hides her away in his harem!

But Farah Hajjar is no man’s prisoner, and as the power play between them escalates so too does Zachim’s desire to taste the forbidden, sensual delights their chemistry promises. As the line between hatred and desire blurs he’s led past the point of no return.

Now they’ll find themselves captured…in marriage!

Hidden in the Sheikh’s Harem by Michelle Conder was a well written romance with an interesting concept of kidnapping plus marriage of convenience integrated in the romance.

The pacing was a little off at the start and it took a while to build up a good pace. Farah was an amazing heroine because she was smart, feisty yet had her vulnerabilities.bI loved the way she never backed down and held her own in the story. Zachim is an alpha hero who was really refreshing as a hero because he believed in love and being in a committed relationship. He was mature, responsible and was dominant without being a jerk. I loved him throughout. A little more background would have been helpful in making the characters even more memorable.

The romance was hot with some really well written love scenes. I did not buy into the conflict that much and it appeared too sudden and forced to me personally.

Overall, Hidden in the Sheikh’s Harem by Michelle Conder is an enjoyable romance but I felt it had a potential to be so much more.

 

Book Info:

Publication: September 15th 2015 | Harlequin 03.5SPresents |

Kidnapped by the desert prince…

Prince Zachim Darkhan of Bakaan never expected to find himself bound and at the mercy of his nemesis. But with a skillful ease borne of years as a warrior he escapes his bonds…then takes the man’s daughter as his captive and hides her away in his harem!

But Farah Hajjar is no man’s prisoner, and as the power play between them escalates so too does Zachim’s desire to taste the forbidden, sensual delights their chemistry promises. As the line between hatred and desire blurs he’s led past the point of no return.

Now they’ll find themselves captured…in marriage!

 

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