He's the one she can't remember, she's the one he can't forget
Tossed overboard, Ava Adams had been left for dead, drifting at sea. But security specialist Faisal Al-Nassar was determined to find her. He owed her father a great debt and had never forgotten the connection he and Ava had once shared. Yet after rescuing Ava he discovered she barely remembered him.
Amnesia had left Ava uncertain of who had tried to kill her. She did know, however, that Faisal was a man she could trust. The sheik's embrace was familiar and enticing and possibly even more dangerous. How could she succumb to feelings for her protector when what she didn't know could get them both killed?
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Sheik Defense is the fourth book in the Desert Justice series, although I haven't read any of the other books prior to reading this one. I don't think you have to read the others, but it might help with the pairings as they are mentioned in this story. We start off with Ava and her father on holiday on a yacht when they have an unexpected visitor. Things get tense and plans go awry. Ava ends up in a lifeboat, drifting not only on the sea, but also in and out of consciousness. Her phone miraculously manages to make contact with Faisal, and through the GPS, they have her coordinates. The rest of the story is about the hows and whys of the situation, and what Ava and Faisal do to put things right. This was a well-written story, although I did find parts of it to be quite repetitive. However, there were no spelling or grammatical errors that disrupted my reading flow. We hear from both Ava and Faisal, and also get snippets from Ben (the big bad). It is an enjoyable fade-to-black romance suspense that you can relax with. * A copy of this book was provided to me with no requirements for a review. I voluntarily read this book, and the comments here are my honest opinion. * Merissa Archaeolibrarian - I Dig Good Books!
Sheik Defense is the fourth installment from the Desert Justice series and the first book I have read by Ryshia Kennie. I thought it was pretty good. I liked the interactions between Ava and Faisal. They find themselves in quite a bit of dangerous and adventurous situations that kept me engaged in what would happen chapter after chapter. The suspense really kept me on edge. Definitely not a predictable story. I would give the Sheik Defense 4 1/2 stars. I would like to go back and read the other books in the Desert Justice series. I received this back from the other. This review is 100% my own honest opinion