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Hired: The Sheikh's Secretary Mistress
By Terri
Aug 1, 2008 - 9:47:20 AM

Grace Brown works in New York for Sheikh Amir bin Farug al Zorha. He has been her boss for a while.  When Amir is forced into finding a wife and he expects Grace to do the finding. Grace refuges to do so; therefore she is forced to hand in her resignation. Grace is in love with Amir and she knows that he doesn’t love her.  The best thing she can do is leave her job even if it is killing her to do so. Could Amir have feelings for her? What about the way he looks at her? What can she do?


 

Prince Amir is looking for a wife and he wants his secretary to find him a wife or marry him. But Amir is in for a big surprise. Grace wants nothing to do with finding him a wife and she refuges to marry him because he doesn’t love her. Amir is determined to get Grace into his bed and make her his wife. After taking her to his homeland he is confronted with his feelings for Grace. But he is a no commitment man. He only wants a wife to please the king and to have his babies. Is Grace the one woman who will not be his play thing? Is he falling in love with her?

 

Lucy Monroe rocks with this story. She has written another fantastic book with THE SHEIK’S SECRETARY MISTRESS. I couldn’t put the book down. I was wondering if Grace would ever show Amir how she felt or if Amir only wanted her for sex. This is the second book in the Royal Brides series. Ms. Monroe’s storylines can have you crying, and cheering on the hero or heroine. I couldn’t wait to finish it and am looking forward to reading more of Ms. Monroe’s books.

 



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