Undercover Sheik (Harlequin Intrigue, #962)

Undercover Sheik Harlequin Intrigue She d been stranded in the desert and held captive by a band of kidnappers Then Sheik Nasir ibn Ahmad one of the most menacing men she d ever seen promised to lead her to safety Dr Sadie Kaufman had

  • Title: Undercover Sheik (Harlequin Intrigue, #962)
  • Author: Dana Marton
  • ISBN: 9780373229628
  • Page: 472
  • Format: Paperback
  • She d been stranded in the desert and held captive by a band of kidnappers Then Sheik Nasir ibn Ahmad, one of the most menacing men she d ever seen, promised to lead her to safety Dr Sadie Kaufman had little choice but to follow Before long the sheik s promises of protection played a vital role For once they arrived at his palace it seemed someone beyond the walls stiShe d been stranded in the desert and held captive by a band of kidnappers Then Sheik Nasir ibn Ahmad, one of the most menacing men she d ever seen, promised to lead her to safety Dr Sadie Kaufman had little choice but to follow Before long the sheik s promises of protection played a vital role For once they arrived at his palace it seemed someone beyond the walls still wanted her dead The sheik insisted on keeping her close or Sadie would become another bandit s bargaining chip But could this sexy and indomitable man really be as good as he seemed

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    1 thought on “Undercover Sheik (Harlequin Intrigue, #962)”

    1. 3.5 stars A very surprising step above anything that I expected when I picked this up. A Harlequin sheik trope that somehow manages to not be "just another Harlequin sheik trope". Marton created contemporary characters that broke from the archetypes they were sketched from, lending more depth and modernism to what is normally a very formulaic trope. Still a romance, still a Harlequin, but with enough original spin to stand out from its counterparts.

    2. Seems to be the companion book with The Sheikh's Safety. This is the second book, as the first seems to introduce Queen Dara and King Saeed. Nasir is King Saeed's brother. This is Nasir's story.

    3. Yeah, romance novels really aren't my thing not a bad book or story by any means, but I don't know if I could read a lot of these and be satisfied as a reader. Still, I really like reading reviews about them. I might have another few of them hiding somewhere on my shelves, though, so don't be surprised if you see more of these in the near future.

    4. I really enjoyed this romantic suspense story. This story set in the dessert had a lot of action, a little romance, a bit of mystery and exotic locations. There were Sheik's and bandits and a lot of good and bad guys in between. I had to keep reading to find out what happened next. I'm looking forward to reading more of this author's work.

    5. Just as good as the other book,This is brother Nasir, who saved Sadie from death,She is captered by terrorists when she works for nurse.Nasir is in the kamp for his nephew who had murderd his father,Sadie loves the land, loves Dara and Saeed,d loves Nasir,but is there a future for them??????

    6. I love a good love story with a little mystery. On page 150 Finished the book tonight. Not a bad book but the ending seemed rather rushed.

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