REVIEW: The Sheikh’s Secret Babies by Lynne Graham

Posted April 6th, 2015 by in Blog, Harlequin Mills&Boon, Presents, Review / 4 comments

The Sheikh’s Secret Babies by Lynne Graham is the second part in the Bound By Gold duet and The-Sheikhs-Secret-Babies-Bound-By-Gold-2can be easily read as a standalone. Prince Jaul of Marwan’s royal duty is to marry a suitable bride. But first he must divorce the woman who betrayed him but when he locates Chrissie Whitaker, he is shocked to discover he has two royal heirs!

Chrissie was devastated when Jaul deserted her and her beautiful twin babies were the only balm to her broken heart. Now Jaul will stop at nothing to claim his legitimate heirs, but can Chrissie forget their painful past and recognize him as her husband in every sense of the word?

The Sheikh’s Secret Babies is a well written secret babies romance. Misconceptions form the basic conflict of the story and there are loads of them to be cleared before the main characters find their HEA.

Chrissie is a strong heroine who is left very bitter after Jaul left her. She is afraid to trust him again when he comes back into her life but for the sake of her twins, she is forced to be with him again. Jaul on the other hand thinks it was Chrissie who left him. He was a strong hero who was as stubborn as Chrissie. They were well matched and had a good chemistry which made the romance even more believable.

Another worthy read for Lynne Graham fans.

 

Book Info:

4SPublication: April 21st 2015 by Harlequin

Twin royal heirs!

Prince Jaul of Marwan’s royal duty is to marry a suitable bride. But first he must divorce the woman who betrayed him. Locating his estranged wife? Easy. The intense passion still burning between them? Manageable. Discovering he has two royal heirs? Impossible!

Devastated when her handsome prince deserted her, Chrissie Whitaker’s beautiful twin babies were the only balm to her broken heart. Now Jaul will stop at nothing to claim his legitimate heirs, but can Chrissie forget their painful past and recognize him as her husband in every sense of the word?

 

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