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A strong but shy heroine who is willing to do anything for her family meets Sheikh Omar when she takes the lace of her sister Sheikh Omar comes across as someone who is bound by duty to find a wife and after the way his last relationship ended he doesn t trust himself Beth has a sweetness that may reach jaded Omar s heart a well written romantic read Spectacular romanceJennie L comes true for me yet again Loved the ueen contest and the kookyshy heroine is adorable Omar s not my fav JL hero but he Moonchild pulled through in the end This story really grew on me and moved steadily from two stars to four by the time I finished The weakest chapters are all at the beginning the cheesy reality showremise of the Bride Market even the heroine says it s cheesy and the cookie cutter scenes of Romance in Paris almost made me give up before the story really got started But what I really loved was how the heroine Beth changed over the course of the book from a shy nice girl from Texas who works in a thrift shop and never met a iece of cake she didn t like to a glamorous and seductive woman who can win over a whole country with her combination of. Swept from her ordinary worldinto the royal bedchamberAmong the many beautiful accomplished candidates hoping to be chosen as Sheikh Omar's wife shop as.

Chosen as the Sheikhs Royal Bride EBOOK / PDF

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T structure There s an arranged marriage a twin sister at least two nasty Other Women a storybook Middle Eastern kingdom and yet by the time I finished I really felt like I was reading the work of an original talent I loved this book and I also loved THE CONSEUENCES OF HIS VENGEANCE I m definitely going to look for books by Jennie Lucas This was a wonderfully light romantic read by one of my favorite hp authorssome might say even cheesybut I love cheeseThe remise was a new one for mea Bride MarketOut of 20 The Last Algonquin potential brides1 would be the chosen ueen The groom to be is a King and the heroine is a shopgirl who works in a thrift storeThrow in the magic of romantic Paris for the firstart of the story and a fictional Middle Eastern country for the later and I actually was riveted by this storyThere were some lovely tender moments briming with assion and also moments of light angstbut love in the end conuers Beautiful epilogue with twins Cheesy and romantic read with wonderful characters Omar is a sexy king and Beth a warm kind and compassionate heroine Adorable epilogue with their twins Another winner by my favorite Harleuin autho. Nnocent body crave caresses she's only dreamed about She's instantly thrown into his world of unimagined luxury but can this shy Cinderella ever be a ue.

Innocence down home sweetness and very grown up sex appeal I loved Omar the hero as well At first I thought he was going to be just another wallpaper modern sheikh but with each new chapter Jennie Lucas skillfully reveals of his troubled ast his anguish over a romantic tragedy that goes way beyond the usual no good Other Woman lying to him or dumping him I loved how the kingdom he comes from is depicted as genuinely backward and cruel and how that has exacted a terrible Electric Machines and Power Systems personal toll in his life And I loved how Omar genuinely tries to do what is right for his kingdom even when it means trying to break free of his uncontrollableassion for Beth It s so unusual to read a romance where the hero and heroine are obviously right for each other and obviously care about each other even when they are having the black moment that suggests they won t be getting a happy ending Omar and Beth treat each other with respect and kindness even when they are on the edge of losing everything And that made the happy ending all that much touching and real in a way that I found excitingThis story really was much better than the worn tropes that give Sistant Beth can't believe this owerful desert king would even notice her Yet Omar does select her – and his heated gaze sets her alight making her

Jennie Lucas had a tragic beginning for any would be writer a very happy childhood Her parents owned a bookstore and she grew up surrounded by books dreaming about faraway lands Her mother read aloud to her in French when she was little; when she was ten her father secretly paid her a dollar for every classic novel Jane Eyre War and Peace that she read As a chubby teenager Jennie covere