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Forbidden: The Sheikh's Virgin
     

Forbidden: The Sheikh's Virgin

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by Trish Morey
 

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Sheikh Rafiq Al'Ramiz left his homeland behind—betrayed by the woman he loved. He's hardened his heart and made his fortune—and now he must return: his country needs him. But he is more powerful than ever, and vengeance is high on his agenda!

Seeing Sera again, he finds the image he's held of a heartless temptress at odds with her drab robes

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Forbidden 3.5 out of 5 based on 0 ratings. 15 reviews.
RomanceAuthorBuzz More than 1 year ago
After reading the Prologue in Forbidden: The Sheikh's Virgin by Trish Morey, I knew this book was going to be one big bombshell! In book one learned that King Xavian abdicated when he learned he was really the missing Prince Zafir of Calista (The Royal House of Karades series). This meant then Kareef Al'Ramiz would be the next heir to the throne. However Kareef fell in love with a woman from his past, someone who could not produce an heir. Because of his love for her, he abdicated leaving his brother Rafiq Al'Ramiz the next in line to be King.------- Coming home to Qusay was hard for Rafiq because of the memories and the woman he left behind, the woman he loved and who betrayed him by marrying another man. The very same woman named Sera who was now his mother's companion and living in the palace, the woman he hated! Sera had married for wealth, privilege and status and now she was a widow. On top of it all, his mother the Sheikha wanted him to go into the desert to a village where the women of the village made beautiful fabrics to see if he wanted the fabrics exclusively for his emporium back in Australia. The same business he built from nothing which was a huge success because he enjoyed the challenge. Because of adversity it had shaped him into the man he was today. And Rafiq saw this journey as a way of getting revenge from Sera by taking her along with him. Knowing she was uncomfortable just being around him, pleased Rafiq and feeling her squirm in the vehicle, gave him great pleasure!------- Sera was terrified. Remembering back eleven years ago when she loved him, all of the pain came flooding back. The Sheikha said maybe this trip was a way to put the past behind them, a chance to heal. However, sitting next to him, remembering their past love was killing her. And then at an oasis stop, emotions welled up when she held a visitors baby and if that wasn't bad enough, Rafiq asked way too many questions, making her uncomfortable, making her remember their time spent together when they loved each other. And then Rafiq confronted her about how she had not only hurt him but had humiliated him, and he exploded in anger. She remembered how his father the King and her father demanded she marry Hussein, the Qusay ambassador, the same man her father promised her to years earlier. There had already been one scandal in the King's family and he wasn't about to have another.----- Trish Morey with her Forbidden: The Sheikh's Virgin's gave both Rafiq and Sera the second chance they deserved. But it also left a question as to who would be king. It left one to wonder if the youngest of the Al'Ramiz brothers', Tahir would be found in the desert since his helicopter crashed. Would Tahir become king because it was obvious Raliq was not giving up Sera the love of his life.----- Entire review here:http://marilyns-romance-reviews.blogspot.com/
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
This was a wonderful, heartfelt story. Rafiq could have been the characteristic playboy prince, but was given so much depth. Sera at first was quite pitiful until you hear her story. The strength to endure for a decade was quite amazing. All in all this book has turned out to be one of my favorites.
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