Review

I received a copy of this book from the publisher via NetGalley in exchange for an honest review.

I had a phase when I loved reading Harlequin books. I would read book after book even if most of the stories were so similar it was kind of hard to tell them apart. However, during that phase, I couldn’t care less. All I knew was that it was a cheap thrill and a guilty pleasure.

Bound To Three Sheikh is basically just like any Harlequin book but with more heat aka sex. It starts with the hero and the heroine meeting each other at a party. Then they have sex, lots of it. Then it was time to say goodbye because the hero is a sheikh who had royal duties to his country. However, he couldn’t let go of the heroine, so he tricks her into going with him.

From there, he tries to introduce her to the king. Unfortunately, thr king is very strict in upholding tradition and is not in favor of the heroine becoming his son’s bride. The hero tries to get the heroine to agree to being his mistress just so she wouldn’t have to leave him. However, the heroine wad stronger and chose to leave instead of becoming just a mistress. The hero decides to go with her and lose the crown. In the end, the king gave in and welcomed both the hero and the heroine as the future king and queen of their country.

I’ve read so many books like this before. It doesn’t mean I don’t enjoy it anymore. I actually enjoyed this book. There is something nice about reading a simple plot that is mostly a huge fairy tale. If you’ve followed this author before, then here is another of her signature novels that her fans will surely like. If you are just meeting her now, you will still like her and her books for the simple entertainment that they provide.

Reading Order [book-series]
Book 1 – No Rest For The Wicked
Book 2 – Never Seduce A Sheikh
Book 3 – Born To Be Bad
Book 4 – Sympathy For The Devil
Book 5 – Bound To The Sheikh
Book 6 – A Deal With The Devil
Book 7 – Never Refuse A Sheikh

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