REVIEW: The Sheikh’s Pregnant Prisoner by Tara Pammi

Posted February 1st, 2016 by in Blog, Harlequin Mills&Boon, Presents, Review / 5 comments

 

 

 
The-Sheikhs-Pregnant-PrisonerThe Sheikh’s Pregnant Prisoner by Tara Pammi, For Zafir Al Masood, the new sheikh of Behraat, abandoning fiery New Yorker Lauren Hamby was the hardest thing he had ever done. Bound by a life of honor, his sizzling whirlwind affair with Lauren was the only freedom Zafir had ever indulged in.

But when he finds out that Lauren is carrying his child and intending to keep it a secret, Zafir imprisons his feisty fling in his palace. Unlike him, his baby will not be the illegitimate heir of a sheikh. And to ensure this, Zafir will make Lauren his wife…!

This was a well written romance on the unexpected pregnancy trope with likable characters. Zafir is an angst ridden hero who is mature and honorable. He needed someone like Lauren to get over the baggage he carried and move on. Lauren is a feisty heroine who is strong and holds her own, even when everything is going against her. Though the story line does feature some unexpected situations and they are sometimes difficult to believe but overall, an enjoyable romance which kept me hooked till the end!

Book Info:

4SPublished January 19th 2016 | Harlequin |

“You’re not going anywhere, not until you give birth to my child.”

For Zafir Al Masood, the new sheikh of Behraat, abandoning fiery New Yorker Lauren Hamby was the hardest thing he had ever done. Bound by a life of honor, his sizzling whirlwind affair with Lauren was the only freedom Zafir had ever indulged in.

But when he finds out that Lauren is carrying his child and intending to keep it a secret, Zafir imprisons his feisty fling in his palace. Unlike him, his baby will not be the illegitimate heir of a sheikh. And to ensure this, Zafir will make Lauren his wife…!

 

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