Book Reviews of The Sheik's Kidnapped Bride (Desert Rogues, Bk 1)

The Sheik's Kidnapped Bride (Desert Rogues, Bk 1)
The Sheik's Kidnapped Bride - Desert Rogues, Bk 1
Author: Susan Mallery
ISBN-13: 9780373388103
ISBN-10: 0373388101
Publication Date: 8/1/2004
Pages: 256
Rating:
  • Currently 4.3/5 Stars.
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4.3 stars, based on 17 ratings
Publisher: Harlequin
Book Type: Paperback
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The love of a good woman can change even an arrogant prince. Interesting, quick read. Mallary has a smooth fast style.
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This book is just as fabulous as all the other Sheikh books by Susan Mallery.

The book starts off with Dora Nelson stranded in an air port. Along comes Prince Khalil Khan. She begs for a plane ride anywhere else but their. He agrees without thought. During the flight he comes to realize that his temporary assistant is as bright as she looked. Dora Nelson until recently was a manager's assistant. She helps Prince Khalil Khan during the flight and soon after landing finds herself hired by him. With a high salary and a short time job Dora finds herself occupied by work daily with no time to think about her failing life.

It's during this trip, while in New York that Khalil Khan tries to find a way out of his forced arranged marriage. Dora seems the perfect solution. She's smart, funny, pretty, healthy, she'd be a wonderful mother and most importantly a virgin. Prince Khalil Khan seduces Dora and then proposes. Swept away by the passionate Prince Khalil Khan ignites, Dora Nelson reveled in her new fairy-tale life as princess of El Bahar. But once she learned that the love and affection Khalil had showered her with were a sham, she refused to bend to his will. For he'd tricked her, and she couldn't forgive him....

But she also couldn't stop loving him. More than anything else, Dora wanted a happy home and an adoring husband. Still, when Dora's stubbornness meets Khalil's arrogance, sparks flew. And unless Dora and Khalil agreed to meet halfway, this fiery marriage threatened to consume them both!
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This book is just as fabulous as all the other Sheikh books by Susan Mallery.

The book starts off with Dora Nelson stranded in an air port. Along comes Prince Khalil Khan. She begs for a plane ride anywhere else but their. He agrees without thought. During the flight he comes to realize that his temporary assistant is as bright as she looked. Dora Nelson until recently was a manager's assistant. She helps Prince Khalil Khan during the flight and soon after landing finds herself hired by him. With a high salary and a short time job Dora finds herself occupied by work daily with no time to think about her failing life.

It's during this trip, while in New York that Khalil Khan tries to find a way out of his forced arranged marriage. Dora seems the perfect solution. She's smart, funny, pretty, healthy, she'd be a wonderful mother and most importantly a virgin. Prince Khalil Khan seduces Dora and then proposes. Swept away by the passionate Prince Khalil Khan ignites, Dora Nelson reveled in her new fairy-tale life as princess of El Bahar. But once she learned that the love and affection Khalil had showered her with were a sham, she refused to bend to his will. For he'd tricked her, and she couldn't forgive him....

But she also couldn't stop loving him. More than anything else, Dora wanted a happy home and an adoring husband. Still, when Dora's stubbornness meets Khalil's arrogance, sparks flew. And unless Dora and Khalil agreed to meet halfway, this fiery marriage threatened to consume them both!
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A run away bride, a Prince of the desert, what more can you ask? Love the book.