THE SULTAN'S FAVOURITE
Malik Haman was determined to have Louisa the moment he set eyes on her. He seduced her and introduced her to an exotic world she had never known. But, as a stranger in his land, how could she hope for a permanent position in his life... and his heart?
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- not much. 2
- JAB 05/16/2015 2 people found the following review helpful
The heroine does come off as a bit shrewd as well as the hero being too bold. For instance, I like how the heroine was being wary of the hero because of stranger danger in a new country but the fact that she had coffee with him because of how his tailored outfit was a bit much. It does seem that she is a coward for running off, but if you felt uncomfortable then wouldn't you. I like how the heroine is trying to keep apart from the hero because of the boss and employee but the boss doesn't seem to realize this. I did like that he apologized the next day but really, a superior should know better than to hit on his secretary on day one. I kinda dislike the fact that the heroine makes all these assumptions about the hero being a loose man because of his position and such, but his behavior does bring question. The hero to me is too arrogant saying that the heroine will be his someday. Then he ate all polite the next day, asking the heroine to change into something more appropriate when he meets her in the morning at her door. The next thing that I disliked was the fact the hero choosing a wine with the title, "Harem" as a drink with the heroine. Then when the hero starts saying sweet words, the "childhood friend" comes in and the heroine feels jealously over a man she is trying to ignore. It's only at the wedding that the "friend" shows hostility. I did like how the heroine handled her. Then the hero comes in, the "friend" acts all sweet and the heroine throws a fit by saying that she is leaving. A fight breaks out and goes south. After a few days, the two go and the "friend" follows making the heroine more anxious. Why? I seriously do not know. The "friend" throws more insults, makes the heroine all tensed to which she throws on the unsuspecting hero and in turn the hero says enough. It's so silly. The only thing I did like that happened later in the story was the fact that the told the heroine of the crimes that her company was planning against him. The ending seemed sweet, but I hate that there was no confrontation agains the "friend".
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