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The Sheikh's Virgin (Harlequin Presents #2473) [NOOK Book]

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Showered with diamonds: Many women have enjoyed the numerous benefits of being Sheikh Kalen Nuri's mistress.

Draped in exquisite lingerie: Not one of them has managed to keep him interested for very long.

Whisked around the world: Kalen has given beautiful and independent Keira all of these things and more--but she's still refusing to be his!

And Keira's the woman who's been ...

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The Sheikh's Virgin (Harlequin Presents #2473)

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Overview

Showered with diamonds: Many women have enjoyed the numerous benefits of being Sheikh Kalen Nuri's mistress.

Draped in exquisite lingerie: Not one of them has managed to keep him interested for very long.

Whisked around the world: Kalen has given beautiful and independent Keira all of these things and more--but she's still refusing to be his!

And Keira's the woman who's been chosen as Kalen's virgin bride....

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Product Details

  • ISBN-13: 9781426859052
  • Publisher: Harlequin
  • Publication date: 4/19/2010
  • Series: Surrender to the Sheikh Series , #2473
  • Sold by: Barnes & Noble
  • Format: eBook
  • Pages: 192
  • Sales rank: 142,006
  • File size: 398 KB

Meet the Author

Jane Porter
Jane Porter

Jane Porter is the author of Flirting with Forty, Odd Mom Out, and The Frog Prince. She lives in Seattle, Washington, with her two sons, where she is currently working on her next book. Visit her website at www.janeporter.com.

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  • Anonymous

    Posted June 13, 2005

    Full of passion, intrigue and promise in a desert setting

    This book was exceptional. I¿ve probably read most of Jane Porter¿s Harlequin Presents books and I¿m always amazed by her knowledge of other countries. While reading one of her books one actually feels they¿ve stepped into that particular country. In the case of The Sheikh¿s Virgin, I fell in love with the Middle Eastern Desert. I could almost feel the sun on my face, smell the desert scents, feel the sand on my feet and hear the camels and Berber¿s setting up and taking down camp. I'm amazed at Jane's knowledge of the desert, the cultural aspects of the book and the love story, it took my breath away. Sheikh Kalen is a true alpha to the core. He is handsome, rich and very powerful in London and in his homeland Baraka. He has had many mistresses which he doesn¿t seem to keep for long. He is mysterious, sensual, warm and intriguing. Keira is a very beautiful emotional and sensitive woman who met Kalen during her teens in Baraka where he stole her heart. Keira was raised by her mother in the US and spent very little time with her father in Baraka. Her father felt she was too educated and her mother felt she was not smart enough. So where does Keira belong? And now, her father has promised her hand in marriage to an official in Baraka and Kalen is on a mission to protect his brother from Keira¿s father and intended husband. This wonderful love story, full of mystery, passion, and intrigue will steal your heart as it did mine. I will read The Sheikh¿s Virgin many, many times and highly recommend it.

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