Book Reviews of To Kiss a Sheik (Desert Brides) (Silhouette Romance, No 1686)

To Kiss a Sheik  (Desert Brides) (Silhouette Romance, No 1686)
To Kiss a Sheik - Desert Brides - Silhouette Romance, No 1686
Author: Teresa Southwick
ISBN-13: 9780373196869
ISBN-10: 0373196865
Publication Date: 9/1/2003
Pages: 192
Rating:
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4 stars, based on 6 ratings
Publisher: Silhouette
Book Type: Paperback
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Great book!
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Desperate for a job, American beauty Crystal Rawlins would have done anything to become nanny to Sheik Fariq Hassan's children. And telling a little white lie about her looks to secure a dream job in an exotic location seemed like a very small detail. But then she met her boss, and saw the definition of tall, dark andwow!

Burned before, Sheik Fariq Hassan didn't trust attractive women. Fortunately, his new nanny was far from stunning. Still, he was captivated by her fiery spirit and by her passionate kisses. She obviously shared his attraction, so why did she keep pulling away from him? And what secrets was she hiding
behind those glasses and bulky clothing?
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Sheik(h) Fariq Ibn What's-His-Name is a single father who hires Crystal What's-Her-Name as a nanny for his two small children. Since his ex-wife once done him wrong, Fariq has agreed with his father's plan to hire a very plain woman for the job. But Crystal, who desperately needs the job to help her ailing mother, is a home-town beauty queen. So she dons a disguise and gets the job. But Fariq falls for her inner beauty, even though he has the expected arrogant-male temper tantrum when he figures out her scheme . . .boring! Not a single noteworthy surprise here.