The Desert Prince's Convenient Bride
A private jet lands in the Australian Outback town where Hannah works as a doctor. Her visitor: Sheik Marik, ruler of a faraway Arabic kingdom. According to him, Hannah's six-year-old nephew, Mickey, is next in line for the throne—and this barren land is no place for a future king. He’s here to take Mickey away! Mickey was thrust into Hannah's care by her younger sister, and she's loved him like her own ever since he was an infant. So she can't let him go! What will she do when she's told that the only way for her to stay by her dear Mickey's side is to marry the sheik?
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- wonderful 5
- JAB 01/23/2015 5 people found the following review helpful
This book has been one of my favorites. It has the unusual twist with there being a sheikh and such. We have a hero and a heroine who are strong in their beliefs but are mature enough to work it out with each other. The male sheikh doesn't act like a totally jerk or pervert. He actually wants to have a relationship with the heroine like holding her hand and such. It's so sweet and simple. The female doctor is amazing. She takes responsibility for her mean sister's son and does a great job. When she first meets the sheikh, she is very protective of the boy but handles the situation with the sheikh with beauty. She also doesn't hide the boy his heritage by having a student teach him the language of his father, which is pretty awesome. The next great part is she doesn't hide in the palace from the new world but uses the skills that she has to make her way as a doctor. The best part in the end is when she is willing to give up her most precious thing to the sheikh. There is no sex, yes but that is what makes it so wonderful is because the two actually want the emotional bond first before doing intercourse. This book is awesome.
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