Review

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

This book mentions the main characters in the author’s other book, Never Refuse A Sheikh. I’m glad I got to read that book because I, at least, know their story when their characters were mentioned. Anyway, I really picked this book to review because I was sort of in the mood for a fast, easy escape that will still guarantee a good time.

The hero of this book might piss off a lot of women, especially the forward thinkers. The way their culture goes about winning their brides is really already unheard of in the modern world. However, I do like his strength and his dedication to his country and his people. I also really liked the heroine. She was a bit of a geek, but she was a brave geek. I like geeks. I especially like computer geeks. Even if not much of the story dwelled on her being an independent career woman who had her own company, it was still obvious that she was smart and was a great match for the sheikh.

I definitely enjoyed this book better than Safira and Altair’s story. I think that every now and then, we all should read fairy tales and category romance novels that give us the entertainment value and cheap thrill we look for without eating up too much of our time. Never Resist A Sheikh surely makes for a good escape, especially when you want a quick gratification.

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 8 – Pursued By The Devil
Book 9 – Claimed By The Warrior
Book 10 – Never Resist A Sheikh

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