Review

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

I don’t really get the allure of sheikhs and princes. Probably because I think their lives are rigid, filled with duty to the country, leaving no room for passion. However, every now and then, I do read romance novels with these figures as main characters because I like fairy tales too, every once in a while.

Never Refuse A Sheikh is not your Cinderella story. The heroine is also a princess who was kept hidden for her protection. The sheikh finally found her and wanted to marry her to start peace in their country. However, it turned out that they fell in love with each other the more time they got to know one another.

Overall, this is a fast and east read. Like the Harlequin novels from before, this International Bad Boys series is really an entertaining series of love stories with heroes coming from the most luxurious stations in life. I know that a lotbof readers will definitely enjoy this series and this book because it provides the escapism that many people are looking for.

While I don’t always go for sheikhs and royalty, I still enjoy these books because it’s always nice to imagine rulers and noble men fall prey to love and passion. We are all looking for that, and any book that has that always has its appeal. I think Never Refuse A Sheikh is good way to pass the time. It has a good story, a well planned conflict, and good character development.

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 6 – A Deal With The Devil
Book 7 – Never Refuse A Sheikh

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