The Sheikh's Lost Lover

The Sheikh's Lost Lover

by Diana Fraser

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The Sheikh's Lost Lover by Diana Fraser

(Previously published as Lucy and the Sheikh)

"...full of magic, romance and wonderful characters...This is one of my most dear stories about sheiks. I TOTALLY recommend it." (iBooks US)**

A love affair that must not last...

Lucy Gee sails to Sitra to find her missing sister, Maia, who was last seen in the arms of the King. Lucy doesn't do long-term relationships but when she meets the King she falls for him hard. She just has to control her attraction long enough to find Maia, but not long enough so she loses her heart. Two weeks should do it.

Sheikh Razeen ibn Shad was never meant to be King. But, with his father and brother both dead, he's determined to do his duty, even if that means entering into an arranged marriage with a Sitran Princess to gain the approval of his people. But he has two weeks before he has to choose a wife. Two weeks in which to have an affair with Lucy. What could go wrong?

Product Details

BN ID: 2940044781276
Publisher: Diana Fraser
Publication date: 08/08/2012
Series: Desert Kings
Sold by: Smashwords
Format: NOOK Book
Sales rank: 147,180
File size: 1 MB
Age Range: 18 Years

About the Author

Diana lives with her family in a small seaside community north of Wellington, New Zealand, with two cocker spaniels who bark at everything and a tortoise-shell cat who teases them mercilessly. She's a writer of contemporary romantic fiction and currently has four series—Desert Kings, for those who love their romance on the more exotic side, Italian Romance, and The Mackenzies and New Zealand Brides which are set in New Zealand. If you'd like an email letting you know when new books are published, you can subscribe to Diana's newsletter on her website:

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The Sheikh's Lost Lover 4.7 out of 5 based on 0 ratings. 11 reviews.
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
Finshed reading at 4am. Fab read. Author is fast becming a favorite. More Desert Sons please.
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
I loved this book. I loved the culture that it showed. I would to see where the beodugon people live. Great job. I would love to swim in the sea. J... /-@ There were 140 pages and on my nook it was 2 pages to 1.
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
I love reading Diana Fraser stories. The story was touching and deep. I would recommend the story to anyone who would ask.
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
Great story with very strong characters you will love it
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JKRindy More than 1 year ago
The 2nd installment of the Desert King with Sheikh Razeen and Lucy Lucy Gee, originally from New Zealand, travels to Sitr to find her missing sister, Maia. She was last seen in a photo in the arms of the King. Now she was missing. Had the King done something to her. Lucy doesn’t do long term relationships. Her plan to find her sister is to find the King and find her sister. What she didn’t count on was falling hard for the King. But, she will fight this because she doesn’t do long term relations and lose her heart to someone. Sheikh Razeen ibn Shad never intended to be the King. When his father and older brother died, he had to do his duty, even if it means stepping into an arranged marriage, his best friend and Princess of Sitran. He has two weeks before he has to formerly choose a wife so he has time to have a fling with Lucy. What Razeen didn’t expect was to fall for Lucy and what secret was Lucy hiding? I recommend this installment and even if you have not read book 1, you can enjoy this as a standalone. You won’t regret it.
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
She likes the king she meets him one night. Next day she is thinking on the last picture she has of her sister. Its with the king. Uh she didn't recognize him when she met him. Kinda doesn't work. YOU THINK???
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Anonymous More than 1 year ago
Highly recommend
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beeLG More than 1 year ago
Very good book. It was interesting following Lucy and Razeen through their lives, with very real problems. Characters were very charismatic. Chemistry between Lucy & Razeen kept them both on their toes, but draws the readers into the story, as if you are there too. Terrific ending, new author for me, story well written.