The Sheikh's Unsuitable Bride

Pure Romance The Sheikh's Unsuitable Bride

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The Sheikh's Unsuitable Bride

Diana has been specially selected to be the driver for Sheikh Zahir, an Arabic prince, during his visit to England. This is the first time a woman has ever driven for the royal family, so Diana has to be on her best behavior! But perhaps because women drivers are so rare, the beautiful Sheikh Zahir, with his dangerous aura, ignores the sullen looks from his aide and strikes up a conversation with Diana. In the end, Diana can't resist him, and on the very night they meet he steals a kiss from her lips. But he's probably just fooling around...

Reading terms 3-day rental / membership period
Preview 30 Pages
Pages 129 Pages

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simple and decent 3  3

It was quite a simple romance with the whole sheikh falling in love with his driver thing. The heroine is a woman who's trying to support her family and deals with being a single mother. The hero finds himself attracted to her personality and tries to woo her but she avoids romance since her last one was with a bad apple. She uses her son as a shield, making the hero think that he's her boyfriend. That is until the paparazzi takes a picture of them dancing on the street side. They swarm the heroine's home and work that the hero takes them away for a family vacation and learns the heroine's "boyfriend" is really her son. The hero spends time with the heroine's family and enjoys their company as well as the young son who starts to see the hero as a father figure. However, both hero and heroine are stuck with following their hearts and putting other things before themselves like the heroine's family safety and the hero marrying a bride of his family's choosing. The hero and heroine fall deeper in love but the heroine breaks their bond when the hero's secretary about the hero's engagement. However, the hero doesn't give up and tells his mother and the heroine at different times of who he's marrying. It's quite cool of how he tells the heroine that he loves her and wants to marry her.

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