REVIEW: The Sheikh’s Wedding Contract by Andie Brock

Posted June 5th, 2015 by in Blog, Contemporary Romance, Harlequin Mills&Boon, Presents, Review / 4 comments

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The-Sheikhs-Wedding-Contract-by-Andie-BrockThe Sheikh’s Wedding Contract by Andie Brock is the fourth book in the Society Weddings series.Newly crowned Sheikh Zayed Al Afzal needs to earn his people’s allegiance. And that means the one thing this wicked playboy has always avoided marriage! His viziers may have a bevy of beautiful options for him, but when Zayed meets exquisite Nadia Amani he makes a choice that’s all his own.

Now, with the wedding contract signed and sealed, Zayed learns the shocking truth that Nadia is his enemy’s daughter! But in the dark desert nights Zayed’s desire for his princess intensifies and anger gives way to a sensual hunger that begs to be satisfied.

This was a well written romance on the marriage of convenience trope.I am really happy that the author got all the minor details about the custom right.For example the nikah or marriage ceremony was spot on.Zayed is a playboy but has a deep sense of responsibility in him.He does not shy away from doing his duty and was a wonderful hero overall in respect to how he treated Nadia most of the times.Nadia is a delight because she is so unconventional and her actions through out the novel prove how different she was.The romance was fast paced,passionate,emotional and had a believable conflict.It was a delight to read this one!
 

Book Info:

4S June 16th 2015 by Harlequin | Harlequin | Society Weddings

The Sensuous Sheikh: Married for Duty

Newly crowned Sheikh Zayed Al Afzal needs to earn his people’s allegiance. And that means the one thing this wicked playboy has always avoided marriage! His viziers may have a bevy of beautiful options for him, but when Zayed meets exquisite Nadia Amani he makes a choice that’s all his own.

Now, with the wedding contract signed and sealed, Zayed learns the shocking truth Nadia is his enemy’s daughter! But in the dark desert nights Zayed’s desire for his princess intensifies and anger gives way to a sensual hunger that begs to be satisfied.

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4 Responses to “REVIEW: The Sheikh’s Wedding Contract by Andie Brock”

  1. marcyshuler

    Thanks for the review, Ipshita. I like the marriage of convenience trope and it’s nice to hear the author got the wedding ceremony customs correct. Sometimes I wonder when I read romance books about other cultures.

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