Wednesday, July 13, 2016

Kishaz Reading Corner: The Sheikh's Bride by Sophie Weston

Disclaimer: I received no compensation from the author or publisher for this honest review.

About the Book

Leonora Groom is an heiress in disguise, desperate to be loved for herself and not for her father's money. Yet she finds her cool facade cracking as the irresistible Amer el-Barbary woos her under the velvet Nile sky.

Bored with dating shallow women, Amer sees Leonora as a tempting breath of fresh air. But how will Leonora react when he reveals that he is a sheikh, a true prince of the desert, who wants her for his bride?.

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Here's what I'm giving it:

Rating: 4 stars

Here's why:

I absolutely loved Leonara (aka Leo) as the main female lead. I have two words to describe her: fiery and vulnerable.

Her fiery side manifests itself at the most interesting of moments. Yet, beneath that fire, is a vulnerable young woman, uncomfortable in her own skin. This makes for an interesting contrast to the male lead, Amer.

Amer is a confident, albeit, jaded desert sheikh who can't resist a challenge. And boy isn't he in for one when he meets Leonara.

The pacing and the sparks in this novel were well-written and kept me glued to the book. I happily finished this one and will be hunting for more by this author.

Would I recommend this book? Yes! 

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