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After waking up in a hospital, Anna learned she was recovering from a car accident. It affected her memory, so of course she was surprised to discover she has a baby and is married to Gazi Al Hamzeh. Not sure what to believe, Anna decided to trust her self-proclaimed husband, who then tricked her into accompanying him to his home country. Just what is Gazi planning to do with Anna next?
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- JAB 02/04/2015 2 people found the following review helpful
Sheikh's book was a fascinating twist. I liked how Anna when finding out that the Sheikh had lied to her and such, tried to prove her innocence by doing more than just say it. She actually tried figure out what had happened that caused her to end up with Gazi's niece. She was also pretty brave to stand up to Yusef when he came at her. A lot of readers think that the male hero is the jerk, but in this book, the hero does have a reason. His sister disappears, his brother-in-law is suspected in a conspiracy, and a stranger has his niece in an accident. It would be weird, plus if you're close company to royalty that always has people trying to kill him then it's okay to be suspicious. I did like how he tried to make it up with her. The conversation between on how a rich man's lover should act was interesting. It was good to see that they comprised with one another. The ending was sweet when he said that he wanted to be done with the pretend and let it be real. This was a good book.
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