WOMAN IN A SHEIKH’S WORLD
November 13, 2012
Rating: 3 Cups
Avery Scott has spent too much time building her party planning business to throw it all away on love. She is a woman driven by the passion to succeed at what she does, even if it means giving up the only man she has ever truly loved. Relationships never last anyway, do they?
Crown Prince Malik of Zubran is used to getting his own way in all things, which is why Avery Scott’s refusal of marriage turned his entire world on its ear. He knows the two of them are perfect together. Why would she turn down a chance to be a Sultan’s wife?
Now Avery must help Malik apprehend his runaway bride or risk losing her biggest paycheck to date; the wedding of the man she loves to another woman. It makes no difference that the Council of Zubran arranged Malik’s marriage. It will be just the two of them alone together in the magical desert. What could possibly go wrong?
This lively romance includes a breathtaking desert backdrop that sets the scene for our heroine to fall for her Sheikh. Readers will love Avery’s strong feminine personality, wit, and troubled past. Perfectly suited to her strength is the prince Malik, who starts the book betrothed to someone else and still manages to remain a sympathetic character. Though the resolution seems a little rushed, this is a quick, enjoyable read.
Reviewer for Coffeetime Romance & More