The Sheikh's Claim (Harlequin Desire Series #2183)

The Sheikh's Claim (Harlequin Desire Series #2183)

by Olivia Gates
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The Sheikh's Claim (Harlequin Desire Series #2183) by Olivia Gates

Their tempestuous relationship had crashed and burned, and Lujayn Morgan had left Prince Jalal Aal Shalaan to marry another—a man who'd died soon after. And then…Jalal and Lujayn had met again and shared one unforgettable night. Now there is no denying that Lujayn's son belongs to Jalal.

Marriage is the only answer. But Jalal is a contender for the throne of Azmahar. This unexpected heir could break him—or be the key to winning. If only he can prove to Lujayn that his claim is not for their son or for the kingdom, but only for her.…

Product Details

ISBN-13: 9781459238183
Publisher: Harlequin
Publication date: 09/01/2012
Series: Desert Knights Series
Format: NOOK Book
Pages: 192
Sales rank: 414,290
File size: 323 KB

About the Author

USA TODAY Bestselling author Olivia Gates has published over thirty books in contemporary, action/adventure and paranormal romance. And whether in today's world or the others she creates, she writes larger than life heroes and heroines worthy of them, the only ones who'll bring those sheikhs, princes, billionaires or gods to their knees. She loves to hear from readers at or on, Twitter @Oliviagates. For her latest news visit

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The Sheikh's Claim 4 out of 5 based on 0 ratings. 4 reviews.
Beverly_D More than 1 year ago
Timeline Whiplash Detracted from the Heat 3.5 stars. As always, Gates delivers with the scorching sex scenes, opening with one of hate/revenge sex, but I found this one harder to get into than others I've read. Part of it was time-jumpy - we start with the hate sex, almost on top of her husband's coffin, two years after Lujayn left Jalal (and IMMEDIATELY married his once-best friend?), which was after Jalal and Lujayn had had a secret "thing" going on for four years - and then the story picks up two years after that (the hate sex which resulted in a secret baby). It is (somewhat) easier to believe that the baby could have been hidden, since Lujayn is in America and Jalal is in Azmahar (or sometimes, Zohayd, both fictional Arabian kingdoms), but still... As always, Gates does an excellent job of sprinkling in Arabic phrases and giving the (English) reader the translation. The passion between these two characters carries well throughout the novel, but at the end I didn't care whether Jalal's evil mother interrupted the wedding, and I should have.
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
A beautiful love story. Very moving. Someone really needs to shoot that mother. Lol
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