REVIEW: In the Sheikh’s Service by Susan Stephens

Posted August 3rd, 2016 by in Blog, Harlequin Mills&Boon, HJ Recommends, Presents, Review / 2 comments

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In In the Sheikh’s Service by Susan Stephens, Sheikh Shazim Al Q’Aqabi is In the Sheikh's Servicehorrified to discover that the woman who will execute his late brother’s conservation dream is the exotic dancer he encountered in London!

But Isla Sinclair’s feisty nature is like a cool glass of water in the desert to the unchallenged ruler. For his entire life, Shazim’s only mistress has been duty. Now he’s considering a far more pleasurable way to spend his nights under the desert stars.

Yet acting on his desire for such an unsuitable woman would be tantamount to treason! Shazim will have to make the hardest decision of his life…

A well written gripping read with two very likable characters, In the Sheikh’s Service
by Susan Stephens had me hooked from the very start.

Shazim is an alpha hero and as a sheikh,he expects everyone to follow his orders. I loved the way Isla unsettled him. She held her own in front of him and the chemistry between them was bang on from the start .I loved the sexual tension which was brewing between them and the way it added an extra edge to their romance.

The plot is nothing new but I enjoyed the way the story flowed.The romance was fast paced, emotional passionate and I enjoyed every thing till the end.

Overall, this was everything I hope to get in a Presents and I would recommend this to the author’s fans. This also happens to be the author’s 50th Harlequin Presents so a big congratulations to Susan Stephens!

 

Book Info:

4SPublication: Published August 1st 2016 | Harlequin Presents |

Uncaging the lion of the desert…

Sheikh Shazim Al Q’Aqabi is horrified to discover that the woman who will execute his late brother’s conservation dream is the exotic dancer he encountered in London!

But Isla Sinclair’s feisty nature is like a cool glass of water in the desert to the unchallenged ruler. For his entire life, Shazim’s only mistress has been duty. Now he’s considering a far more pleasurable way to spend his nights under the desert stars.

Yet acting on his desire for such an unsuitable woman would be tantamount to treason! Shazim will have to make the hardest decision of his life…

Celebrating Susan Stephens’s 50th book with Harlequin Presents!

 

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