Book Reviews of The Sheik & the Bride Who Said No (Desert Rogues, Bk 9) (Silhouette Special Edition, No 1666)

The Sheik & the Bride Who Said No (Desert Rogues, Bk 9) (Silhouette Special Edition, No 1666)
The Sheik the Bride Who Said No - Desert Rogues, Bk 9 - Silhouette Special Edition, No 1666
Author: Susan Mallery
ISBN-13: 9780373246663
ISBN-10: 0373246668
Publication Date: 2/1/2005
Pages: 256
Rating:
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4 stars, based on 32 ratings
Publisher: Silhouette
Book Type: Paperback
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Don't I wish...
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I LOVE Susan Mallery's Sheik series, and this is another fabulous addition to it. One of the best, IMO.
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One of the books in the Desert Rogues series. Great read! I love Susan Mallery's work.
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Great book. I have all of her books she has wrote for this series, and I can't wait for the next new Sheik series to come out.
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From the Romantic Times website:

Returning to Bahania to prevent her niece from marrying Prince Murat, veterinarian Daphne Snowden thinks she's prepared for anything. Expecting rage, Daphne can't believe it when Murat declares that he'll still have a Snowden brideherand imprisons her in the harem! Daphne's incensed, but no one, especially Murat, listens to her protests. They seem destined to become The Sheik & the Bride Who Said No in Bahanian lore. Susan Mallery's latest will entertain fans of the Desert Rogues series, though Murat and Daphne seem to spend a lot of time bickering, and he's just not as likeable as his brothers.