Scandal: His Majesty's Love-Child

Scandal His Majesty s Love Child Speculation surrounding exiled rebel Prince Tahir Al Ramiz has reached fever pitch After being spotted causing mayhem in an exclusive Monte Carlo casino Tahir decides to fly home for his brother s co

  • Title: Scandal: His Majesty's Love-Child
  • Author: Annie West
  • ISBN: 9780373129287
  • Page: 364
  • Format: Paperback
  • Speculation surrounding exiled rebel Prince Tahir Al Ramiz has reached fever pitch After being spotted causing mayhem in an exclusive Monte Carlo casino, Tahir decides to fly home for his brother s coronation But when the remains of his helicopter are discovered, the worst is assumed Until he comes back from the dead, with no explanation as to how he survived Now a mSpeculation surrounding exiled rebel Prince Tahir Al Ramiz has reached fever pitch After being spotted causing mayhem in an exclusive Monte Carlo casino, Tahir decides to fly home for his brother s coronation But when the remains of his helicopter are discovered, the worst is assumed Until he comes back from the dead, with no explanation as to how he survived Now a mysterious beauty has moved into the palace Rumors of a pregnancy abound Could it be that this notorious playboy prince s lost days in the desert camouflaged a secret affair

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    1 thought on “Scandal: His Majesty's Love-Child”

    1. It was an interesting plot but his ass-holeness rested points.And that's all I'm saying because I can't remember details 🙈

    2. Tahir was besotted wid Annalisa though he himself did not realise it. she nursed him back to life and fell in love wid the amnesic stranger. he was mean to her after they spent their first night together bcoz he wanted to distance himself from her, he thought he did not deserve someone pure and terrific like her. he was mean but never cruel and more than made up for it in the last half of the book.

    3. Can I introduce you to my least favourite trope? A man and a woman meet. They begin to fall precipitously in love. Usually because, heaven forbid, the guy is actually nice and attentive and seems interested in her. Then, AFTER he takes her virginity:He reminds himself that he's a terrible cad.He sees her falling in love with him.He *regretfully*, *painfully*, *sufferingly* decides "Annalisa would not be a casualty of his vices. She'd forget about him and get on with her life with never a backwar [...]

    4. Tortured bad boy prince/sheikh (they seem to be interchangeable here) is rescued by sweet innocent girl, knocks her up, then has to mess with her mind a bit before they can admite they're in love and be happy. An okay read, but never got very exciting. There were a number of continuity errors.

    5. A pretty basic HP. This was a made up desert country and this guy one of the princes. It was interesting that the heroine was not an English girl but half Dutch half a member of the made up country's people who had never been out of the country although she was raised basically as a western woman. There was the requisite amount of misunderstandings etc. Decent but nothing I would gush about.

    6. Reading my fair share of sheikh's and deserts, I'd dare say that this book, as simple as it is, was to my liking.The hero was not a hardcore alpha male, he wasn't raging against his emotions like most, and he wasn't at all bristling with indignation at the possibility of falling in love with the heroine. I liked him.As for the heroine, well, what can I say? I love how Annie West writes them. They're not the weak, doormats that most HP seem to present. They're not entirely "weak" and they actuall [...]

    7. 3.5-4 starsGoing to try to keep this as brief as possible, but as you know if you've read my reviews that once I get started then I just can't stop and keep going, but we'll see. Let's get started.First of all I wavered in what rating I wanted to give this book, and kind of went back and forth because there were aspects of this book I liked then other things I didn't quite care for. Hence the above rating with the range of 3.5 to 4 stars despite the fact the star rating is a four.I will say I li [...]

    8. Decent enough story- Tahir has been beaten & whipped by his father the king, all his life and finally is banished from his home. In rebellion, he has become everything his father hates- gambling, carousing with wild women, drinking and in general wasting his life. When his father dies, Tahir is called home, only to crash his helicopter in the desert. Tahir is rescued by Annalisa, an innocent young woman, but he has lost his memory. It is the last in the Dark-Hearted Desert Men series & d [...]

    9. Annie has written a wonderful book for the spirited Annalisa and jaded Tahir. She has writing flair that transports you to the desert with Annalisa, Tahir and a baby goat that completely engrosses you into the story right from the beginning. Tahir had a brutal history with his father who has just died, returning him to his birthright and Annalisa is desperately missing her beloved father who died 6 months earlier.Their meeting in the desert brings them together under the brilliant night skies an [...]

    10. I like the first and the last book of this series. Love the ending as well. But I have questions hangging on my mind. If hero in this book bend the law and rules to be able to marry the half-quisay heroine why did the First throne and the second in line prince did not bend it for their heroines? ohh anyways there will be no story then if the first and second prince did not renounce thier duty to be King and married thier heroines. But still I enjoy reading this whole series it killed my time!

    11. Last book in the series. And it ends the series well. I really love the hero in this book. He is not your usual asshat hero from most harlequin. He actually think that he is a bad man and don't deserve love and happiness. The heroine is pretty good, except as always had a flaw to always jumping to conclusion.Overall, I enjoyed this book and the whole series.

    12. I usually enjoy Annie West but this book took a long time to grab my attention. It's my least favourite in the whole 'Dark-Hearted Desert Men' series but still an enjoyable read all in all.3.5 stars

    13. Tahir♥El, mas que nadie, merecia ser mi rey!Despues de tanto, finalmente Qusay tiene a su soberano! 12 y ultimo libro de la serie La Cada Real de Karedes!

    14. Got 2 stars because it was a bit boring in parts. Decent enough ending to the series but I liked the others in the series better.

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