Ebook The Widow and the Sheikh Reading


  • Paperback
  • 288
  • The Widow and the Sheikh
  • Marguerite Kaye
  • English
  • 21 January 2018
  • 9780373298778

10 thoughts on “The Widow and the Sheikh

  1. says:

    Perhaps I was expecting too much but this was like any other Sheikh romance I've ever read So when I got to the 27% mark and read this The whole situation read like a fairy tale the handsome Prince returning after ten years in the w

  2. says:

    45 stars rounded upAnyone who regularly peruses the romance sections of bookshops or the romance listings at will know that sheikhs are popular romantic heroes in many contemporary love stories But there aren’t all that many to be found in historical romances so I was intrigued when I saw that one of my favourite authors was writing a series set in the early nineteenth century in which the heroes were to be sheikhs

  3. says:

    I liked this book uite a lot I didn't really know what to expect going in the story of an Englishwoman and an Arab sheik sounded like such a cliched romance novel storyline I'd never read a category romance befo

  4. says:

    This strikes me as a YMMV type book It was nicely written the characters were likable The setting was vivid beautifully described complete with gardens sand architecture the landscape visuals were uite impressive g

  5. says:

    In this her first book of her new Hot Arabian Nights series Marguerite Kaye combines an emotive romantic and passionate love story with the appeal of an exotic setting Sheikh al Farid Crown Prince Azhar of aryma The last ten years had changed him for ever shaped him into the man he was now living the life he wanted to live

  6. says:

    WOW The Widow and the Sheikh is Book 1 in Marguerite Kaye's Hot Arabian Nights hot and steamy Harleuin Historical series This story

  7. says:

    I enjoyed this story a great deal The characters of Julia and Azhar were fantastic and I uickly liked them both and enjoyed being caught up in their romance The setting was wonderful and I fell in love with the desert and the way it was described by the author I enjoyed the complications that kept these two lovers apart and was moved many times by the writing and the emotion This is the first book in a series of Hot Arabian Nights and I'

  8. says:

    I've had this book on my tbr pile for a while now and only wish I'd read it sooner The only problem with it is that now I've read this first of the Hot Arabian Nights mini series I now want to read the others

  9. says:

    I really enjoyed this book and would thoroughly recommend it The author paints evocative scenes of both the desert oasis and the heroine and hero Think David Lean's Lawrence of Arabia The hero Azhar is returning to his Kingdon having had problems with his father but also having had a successful life as a self made trader The heroin

  10. says:

    What's great about a Marguerite Kaye book is that as you read it you are transported into the story itself Her vi

Leave a Reply

Your email address will not be published. Required fields are marked *

Marguerite Kaye µ 0 characters

The Widow and the Sheikh

Ake back his inheritance He knows a dalliance with the enticing English adventuress is out of the uestion yet he can't deny the temptation to claim both his throneand Juli. I ve had this book on my tbr pile for a while now and only wish I d read it sooner The only problem with it is that now I ve read this first

read & download ¿ PDF, DOC, TXT or eBook µ Marguerite Kaye

E intimidated by her rescuer or their sizzling attraction she asks for his help But Prince Azhar is in fact the rightful heir to the aryma throne returned from exile to t. In this her first book of her new Hot Arabian Nights series Marguerite Kaye combines an emotive romantic and passionate love story with the a

download The Widow and the Sheikh

Rescued by the sheikh Abandoned in the desert Julia Trevelyan finds herself at the mercy of Azhar an imposing yet impossibly handsome Arabian merchant Determined not to b. I liked this book uite a lot I didn t really know what to expect going in the story of an Englishwoman and an Arab sheik sounded like such a


About the Author: Marguerite Kaye

wwwmargueritekayecom Join her on Facebook page at