Possessed by the Sheikh: Arabian Nights (Harlequin Presents #2457)

Possessed by the Sheikh: Arabian Nights (Harlequin Presents #2457)

by Penny Jordan

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ISBN-13: 9780373124572
Publisher: Harlequin
Publication date: 03/29/2005
Series: Arabian Nights , #3
Edition description: Original
Pages: 192
Product dimensions: 4.19(w) x 6.63(h) x 0.53(d)

About the Author

After reading a serialized Mills & Boon book in a magazine, Penny Jordan quickly became an avid fan! Her goal, when writing romance fiction, is to provide readers with an enjoyment and involvement similar to that she experienced from her early reading – Penny believes in the importance of love, including the benefits and happiness it brings. She works from home, in her kitchen, surrounded by four dogs and two cats, and welcomes interruptions from her friends and family.

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Possessed by the Sheikh: Arabian Nights (Harlequin Presents #2457) 3.8 out of 5 based on 0 ratings. 7 reviews.
onyx95 on LibraryThing 10 months ago
Realizing that her co-worker was taking her to a desert oasis was not bad enough, after arriving at the oasis Katrina Blake was promptly left by that co-worker after seeing a band of men. Seeing a women left alone did not sit well with Allessandro ¿Xander¿ BinAhmed Sayed even if it caused a problem with his current plans, he couldn¿t leaver her to the other men. Remembering that his primary goal was to find the people who were planning to do harm to his half brother, who happened to be the ruler.Save me from the arrogant idiots that are the main characters of the books I have been reading lately ¿. yeah, a personal problem in selecting books lately. To this book ¿.. Cultural differences aside, the ego of the characters are the main discord of the story line. ¿Use your words.¿ This was a not the greatest but a decent and quite frankly, a typical harlequin romance with the added interest of the plot against the ruler and the innocence of Katrina.
rocalisa on LibraryThing More than 1 year ago
I borrowed this from the library to be a quick and easy read while waiting for my son to come out of surgery from having his adenoids and tonsils out. It was quick, and I guess it was easy, but it was also cliched and kind of boring. I wasn't hugely impressed and this quickly ended my Harlequin cateory romance reading kick with a grand total of two books.I've been reading message boards discussing things in romances that are out of date and annoying and I felt this book contained most of them. So it was interesting for ticking off the various cliches but that was about all.It did what it was supposed to do - give me something else to think about while sitting waiting - but I won't be rushing out to find more like it.
SamiMA More than 1 year ago
The story keeps you interest to find out how it ends
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I would like to see a continuation of this story, as Katrina was finding out towards the end, that she was falling in love with her husband Zander. What I don't understand was that she has this strong sexual attraction to him, yet she could deny her feelings towards him, but as the story develops, she really finds out. As she finds out that she could be pregnant with his child, I find this to be somewhat of a cliffhanger as to whether or not their emotional feelings do grow for each other and whether or not they have a family together and whether or not they end up happy together.