To Tempt a Sheikh

To Tempt a Sheikh

by Olivia Gates
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To Tempt a Sheikh 4.6 out of 5 based on 0 ratings. 48 reviews.
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sherrimos More than 1 year ago
A must read!
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TO TEMPT WAS A CANT PUT DOWN BOOK! FROM BEGINNING TO THE END I FELT AS IF I WAS THERE IN THE DESERT WITH THEM! AND LIKE TALIA SAID HUNK HARRES IS A GOD! I LOVE OLIVIA GATES WRITING STYLE
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
Ms. Gates never lets me down. Every book is an escape, this one included.
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Marialina More than 1 year ago
You'll love the connection this pair has, right from the beginning. But things really heat up and Olivia does not disappoint in the passion department in this novel!
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Gillybags More than 1 year ago
A true desert romance with a hero to die for and a fiesty heroine. What more could you want in a romance novel. Harres, our hero, is honourable, brave and totally gorgeous - he has now become my favourite Olivia Gates's hero - I was lost as soon as he was described as having long dark hair! I adore men with long hair. T.J or Talia, our heroine, is a doctor who believes that Harres and his family are to blame for her brother being in prison and so hates him the minute she finds out his identity. The attraction between them is immediate but T.J fights it with all her will as she and Harres trek across the open desert escaping from 'the enemy'. There are no opulent palaces in this story - or at least not until the very end - just a true desert setting with an oasis which is like a place out of time. Exciting, sensual ad romantic I would unreservedly recommend this novel for lovers of sheikh stories and beautifully written romance alike.
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