Book Of The Day – Taken By The Desert Sheikh

by Ron on July 12, 2017

Today’s Book of the Day is a Contemporary Romance box set by Amazon bestselling authors Mel Teshco, Cathleen Ross and Christina Phillips and it’s 75% off for a limited time. Taken by the Desert Sheikh has a 4.7 star rating and is on sale for only 99 cents – save $3!

“What a wonderful collection of sexy novellas! This is the first time I’ve read contemporary romances featuring sheikhs as heroes and I loved it!” Jen – Amazon Reviewer


Taken by the Desert Sheikh
by Various Authors
Rating: 4.7 Stars
Genre: Contemporary Romance
Price: $0.99 save $3

 

Taken by the Desert Sheikh – Nook
Taken by the Desert Sheikh – Apple iBooks
Taken by the Desert Sheikh – Kobo

Amazon Bestselling Authors

Three Sheikh brothers, three virgin brides…

The Grand Vizier has a plan to save Qutum…

To prevent a war…three royal brothers must wed.

Stolen by the Sheikh by Cathleen Ross

London interior designer, Lilly Jones has the perfect job. When she lands an account to do up a mansion in Kensington and an old fort in Qutum, she can’t believe her luck. What she doesn’t know is that she is the piece of the puzzle that will prevent a war. When the commanding and sexy Sheikh Jamal El-Amin pays her bridal price, Lilly refuses to believe it means they are married, but it is legal in Qutum. Lilly must decide to escape or stay.

The Sheikh’s Rebel by Mel Teshco

As the daughter of an indulgent sheikh, Amber Al-Fayed has had everything her heart desires, including a western education. But her perfect life is shattered when insurgents try to overthrow her country, killing Amber’s mother in a mortar attack and forcing Amber and her father into battle. Now Amber will do anything she can to reclaim control…even if that means marrying Zafar El-Amin, a wealthy and formidable neighboring sheikh. Except Zafar isn’t quite as separated from the conflict as she believes.

The Sheikh’s Reluctant Princess by Christina Phillips

He claimed her body, but can he capture her heart?

The last thing Tariq El-Amin wants to do is marry, but duty is everything and his country requires an heir. A political marriage is all he expects–until he hunts down his unwilling bride and duty becomes pleasure. But he soon discovers Princess Sofia has no intention of being a meek and obedient wife, and Tariq must make a tough choice if he wants to win the heart of his reluctant princess.

Here’s what the reviewers have to say:

I am very partial to a Sheikh so the tile of this boxed set had me grabbing for them and I was smiling at the end. Sexy journeys to beautiful HEA will have you turning the pages and leaving you with smiles but be warned keep a fan at the ready and a cool drink. Thank you Ladies for three fabulous stories.

*******

I devoured all three of these stories in the blink of an eye. So well written with real characters that came to life beautifully and just the right amount of steam. There were lots of twists and turns to keep things interesting and make me late for work because I just had to read a little bit more and a little bit more. I thought all three authors did a great job of keeping the stories on track throughout while also giving each story and character such fantastic individual voices. These were definitely a great escape that I highly recommend.

*******

I loved this collection of contemporary reads featuring three sexy alpha sheikhs and their reluctant brides. The brothers may have had a western education but the blood and passion of their desert ancestors runs hot in their veins and heats up the pages! Each couple have their own unique journey and differences to settle before their respective HEA is assured as they navigate the complex politics and customs of the brothers’ homeland and the challenges of arranged marriages. I had a lot of fun reading the collection and recommend it to readers who enjoy tales of alpha men and strong females!

*******

I love reading about sheikhs so I was very excited to get my hands on a copy of this set. It lived up to its expectations. Each story flows smoothly into the other, with common characters. It was interesting to see how each sheikh, though initially arrogant, came to love and most importantly respect the characters and contributions of their wives. I liked that though each wife decided to submit to their husbands, they each retained their voice and will. I especially enjoyed the epilogue with its little twist.

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