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GIRL IN THE BEDOUIN TENT
When she arrives in the desert nation of Tarakhar, volunteer teacher Cassie is abducted by evil men and offered as a dancer to a strange man. She attacks them in an attempt to escape, but they restrain her with their powerful arms. The man she was given to is Sheikh Amir, a true king! When he learns of her situation, he promises to let her go, but she must pretend to be his mistress to ensure her safety. As the two spend their nights alone together, Cassie finds herself drawn to the noble man, even though he already has a beautiful fiancée!
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* Reviews translated are reviews posted on "Romance Library", our local Japanese Harlequin digital comics website. On this website, we translated those reviews into multi-languages with auto-translating machine.
It was interesting until the Middle
Surprising as soon as phlegm and although I go, as you talk funny, and is too little last whirlwind, but I thought it. Some, I was reading your story and wedding scenes such as readers leave me with little is a disappointment.
And I'm shallow, and that impression. No sense of urgency for the kidnapping and the battle scenes are, that each attracted two people are a bit too much praise simply exaggerated to. I was playing, you know and the people of the world, was seduced by his habit of or sympathy not a tragic heroine snobs. Opportunism in the end, could not be touched at all.
The last flap and...
AW so smoothly and new wedding...
Mr. Momose is like. And happy is love. ... But in a wedding near the blast scene, unanimous blessing I get and to reality? Seek what is around, I have an image in or around how to deal with struggling hero then feels like so much have a delicate and difficult problem to Arab values cross-tribal issues and gender differences, but media reports.... HQ in there chasing a dream, don't pursue it real it is, I'm sure.
Heroine's emotions could again step the hero empathize or wish. Sorry I came halfway through doing wedding Minister's daughter. Lol