In The Sheikh’s Son by Kristi Gold, Prince Adan Mehdi is taken by Piper McAdams from the moment he first sees her.The fact that she is totally unaware about his real identity when they first meet is even more refreshing for Adan. Piper too is attracted towards Adan and wants to explore more with him and give their relationship a chance.
But when Adan’s supermodel ex shows up with their baby, things are about to become more complicated for the couple. Piper agrees to show Adan the parenting ropes and pretend to be his wife until custody with his ex is settled. But playing royal house tests the prince’s resolve, and soon things get steamier than either of them imagined. Could a real white wedding be in their future?
The Sheikh’s Son by Kristi Gold is a well written and refreshing take on the secret baby trope. Adan does not believe he has the capability to do a long term relationship with anyone. The circumstances of his birth have affected his ideologies on love and therefore he is afraid to go all the way with Piper despite the strong feelings he has towards her. Piper is a strong heroine who decides to support Adan against all odds. I loved her personality and the way she handles herself in the story. She was the perfect partner for Adan because she was quite genuine and understanding. The story follows a medium pace and is filled with witty and charming dialogues. The relationship with Adan and his baby was also well portrayed.
This book is the part of Billionaires and Babies miniseries.
Overall, The Sheikh’s Son by Kristi Gold will be loved by everyone who loves the secret baby trope.
Her sheikh, her prince…her pretend husband?
Prince Adan Mehdi isn’t normally one to back off from a beautiful woman, but there’s something so pure about American heiress Piper McAdams that it seems like the honorable thing to do. Piper believes in his good intentions until his supermodel ex shows up with their baby! Still, Piper agrees to show Adan the parenting ropes and pretend to be his wife until custody with his ex is settled. But playing royal house tests the prince’s resolve, and soon things get steamier than either of them imagined. Could a real white wedding be in their future?