REVIEW: The Sheikh’s Princess Bride by Annie West

Posted March 13th, 2015 by in Blog, Harlequin Mills&Boon, HJ Recommends, Presents, Review / 4 comments

 
The Sheikh’s Princess Bride is the second part in the Desert Vows duet by Annie West and can be easily read as a standalone.
The-Sheikhs-Princess-Bride-by-Annie-WestSheikh Tariq of Al-Sharath is not looking for marriage and everything it represents but when Princess Samira of Jazeer proposes a marriage of convenience without any messy emotions to suit both their needs, he can’t say no. His children need a mother and Samira needs a family of her own.

Samira thought royal duties and her love for Tariq’s children would fill the hole in her heart, but a craving is building that only the sheikh’s touch can cure.

The Sheikh’s Princess Bride by Annie West was a well written marriage of convenience with the right amount of passion and emotion.

Samira is a strong, independent heroine whose first lover has left her bitter about love and sex. I liked her and thought she was very brave because of the decisions she made. Tariq is a sexy sheikh who had a very emotionless upbringing which makes him think he is incapable of love. He was an awesome father and cared a lot for Samira in his own sweet way.

The story progresses smoothly and the romance appears very natural. There was no unnecessary dragging and I was hooked from the start to end.The epilogue sums everything up nicely.

Overall, The Sheikh’s Princess Bride by Annie West is a treat for everyone who loves marriage of conveniences and happily ever afters.

Book Info:

4SPublication: March 17th 2015 by Harlequin Presents Series #3327| (Desert Vows #2)

Wanted: royal bride and mother.

For Sheikh Tariq of Al-Sharath, one miserable marriage was enough. With a kingdom to rule, he has no time or wish to find a bride, but his children need a mother.

Could Princess Samira of Jazeer be the answer? Samira has sampled passion, and it left a bad taste. With the knowledge she can’t have the children she’s always wanted, Samira steps into Tariq’s ready-made family. Her only condition? No sex!

Samira thought royal duties and her love for Tariq’s children would fill the hole in her heart, but a craving is building that only the sheikh’s touch can cure.

 

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