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When Raina Khalil was whisked away in the middle of the night from her father and her home country of Azzril, she thought she'd never look back. With her mother and father, the sultan, all but legally divorced, she’s spent the past decade growing up in her mom's home of California. But when her father falls ill, Raina returns home under the protection of Sheikh Dharr Ibn Halim. Could this be the first step to reunite her parents, or one that leads to a new love for herself?

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Preview 30 Pages
Pages 127 Pages

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4.5 (15 customer reviews)





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basically these two are fools who does the opposite theyre suppose to do @@ 2  2

The leads are both stubborn, annoying and selfish. They were engaged at a young age, were against it but when they finally see each other, could not deny they have the hots of the each other, that is they desired each other ( lust) so they both consented to no strings attached though they really like each other. Everyone wants them to get married, they also want to get together but dont want to..well because oh, just cause they dont wanna. OMG they were annoying! Honestly they had no conflict!!!!

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good plot. 5  5

It was good. I liked how there both characters's opinions were talked about. I liked how they were very strong in my beliefs, it was also a breath of fresh air that the heroine wasn't all rainbows and butterflies when it comes to love. It was very interesting because they have to deal with the fact that they were engaged at a young age but they don't want to marry each other. I also liked how the parents of the hero and heroine weren't horrible. I liked how the hero and heroine are being as honest as they can with each other, especially when it comes to the lovemaking. I was a little disappointed that the hero was the heroine's first. It gets a little old. I think one of the funniest things was the heroine telling the hero how one of the old housemaids found the condom and sheets and gave the heroine a scolding. I did like the interaction between the heroine's parents and herself. Another funny thing was the heroine seeing her mother's blouse turned inside out. Later on, the hero says something that the heroine stakes as a sign of leaving. The hero comes but doesn't says the words till the heroine personally hands him the letter with her feelings in them. It was quite romantic.

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