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THE DESERT PRINCE'S PROPOSAL
Bria Green may be an outstanding architect, but she’s struggled to build herself a safe haven from her overbearing father. When she runs into Sam Wali at a conference, she thinks she’s found the perfect vacation fling. But when she finds out that he's the prince of Adhara and that he wants her to take on a project in his home country, Bria might just find that the walls she's built to protect her heart have to come tumbling down
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- One stubborn heroine. 3
- JAB 05/01/2015
The hero and heroine meet when the hero comes and helps the heroine get away from an unnecessary ride. They start off fine with dinner and no sex. It seems all sweet but the heroine wants to focus on her career and ends up leaving. They meet again, not long after and the heroine finds out that the hero is the prince of the country that she is doing a project on. I do like the heroine for trying to be respectful to the country's customs. The hero seems to go be a little too fast for my tastes because he states that he is the man trying to marry the heroine. I don't blame the heroine for not giving in and feeling uneasy. Marriage is a serious matter. Though, the heroine is a bit judgmental on the hero because of his title. The heroine is just as stubborn as all the stubborn heroes in other harlequin novels. It gets resolved and a happy ending.
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