The Sheikh's Convenient Bride

Author: Sandra Marton

Publisher: Harlequin

Release Date: August 2004

Blue Ribbon Rating: 4

Format: PRINT





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Megan O'Connell is working on the biggest financial proposal of her life for the country of Suliyam when she finds out she's been removed from the case. Stunned and angry, Megan decides Sheikh Qasim al Daud al Rashid is to blame.

Qasim believes Megan is trying to blackmail him and is determined to get rid of her. He wants to work with the man he believes set up the proposal, not knowing that it was Megan's hard work that gathered all the information. When he finds out the truth, he knows he has no choice but to bring her back to his country as he needs her financial knowledge.

       

Once in Suliyam, Megan is shocked at how little a role women play in society. Unfortunately, she knows she has to conform to tradition while there or no one will listen to her proposal. Qasim is extremely attracted to Megan and finds it hard to resist the intelligent and quick-witted beauty. When dangerous rival Ahmet attempts to force Megan to marry him, Qasim knows there is no choice but to marry Megan himself, in order to protect her of course. What started out as a marriage of convenience quickly turns into love as this dynamic couple learns that tradition and modernity can indeed make a great combination. It’s a clash of wills from the first meeting and it is only love that can soften these two. But what happens when Qasim's treacherous aide Hakim tries to break them up? Will their love be strong enough to survive? The only way to find out is by reading this intoxicating love story.

   

Sandra Marton has another hit with THE SHEIKH'S CONVIENENT BRIDE. Each story in the O'Connell saga gets better and better and Megan and Qasim's love story is no different. The sparks leap off the page when these two characters are together and it is obvious that they feel more than desire for each other, though they are wary of admitting it. This is a powerful story that examines a woman's role in a country that believes women should be submissive, and though this isn't the main focus of the story by any means, it definitely is examined through Megan. Nevertheless, it is love that makes this story so great, and THE SHEIKH'S CONVIENENT BRIDE is a truly remarkable love story.

By Romance Junkies Reviewer: Sarah W

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