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Life has taught Prince Vereham al a'Karim bin Hakar to control his emotions Duty to his kingdom drives the enigmati. The Sheikh s Blackmailed Mistress is the story of Samantha and VereOur h and H meet as strangers in the desert and have a passionate kiss experiencing intense attraction towards one another Soon they discover each other s identities she is a cartographer responsible for mapping his kingdom and he is the freaking kingOfcourse the moment the H discovers her identity he starts thinking of all possible negative things about her and a careless remark from her jealous colleague makes him assume that she is a spy working for his enemy That does not stop the insane horniness developing between these two and when they go to the desert to investigate they end up banging He still thinks of her as a disloyal employee yet proceeds to offer his prestigious bed and mistress position to her so he can keep an eye on her and losing all her self respect for lurveee the h agrees Yada yada drama yada yada random snake bite yada yada misunderstandings yada yada wuss hero yada yada HEA WhateverOk they were sups turned on by one another Fine that the h suddenly fell in love with him because he was SO HOT I don t think his personality was the reason eh But this guy assumed you were a hoe lied to you like the whole time belittled you and then just because he said he now knows the truth you forgive him without a GOOD grovelYou know what fuck you both nymphos I like heroines who have self respect not this one thoughSafe25 Wild Man Creek (Virgin River, responsible for mapping his kingdom and he is the freaking kingOfcourse the moment the H discovers her identity he starts thinking of all possible negative things about her and a careless Homewrecker respect for lurveee the h agrees Yada yada drama yada yada Make your own model forts & castles random snake bite yada yada misunderstandings yada yada wuss hero yada yada HEA WhateverOk they were sups turned on by one another Fine that the h suddenly fell in love with him because he was SO HOT I don t think his personality was the Tremors of Fury (The Days of Ash and Fury reason eh But this guy assumed you were a hoe lied to you like the whole time belittled you and then just because he said he now knows the truth you forgive him without a GOOD grovelYou know what fuck you both nymphos I like heroines who have self How Julian and Nigel Turned Each Other Gay (Inadvertently), or So They Both Claim respect not this one thoughSafe25

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The Sheikh's Blackmailed Mistress

Ol And when he discovers that Sam could be betraying his country he decides to blackmail her into being his mistres. It was an okay read I didn t enjoyed the push and pull in their relationship The book was too predictable and both the heroine and hero weren t realistic enough for me to give this than 2 stars But I m still looking forward to read books from the author Imagimorphia read I didn t enjoyed the push and pull in their The Book of Beginnings relationship The book was too predictable and both the heroine and hero weren t The Homelanders (The Homelanders, realistic enough for me to give this than 2 stars But I m still looking forward to Lila and Alex short story. X-Rated. read books from the author

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C sheikhBut one unexpected intensely sexy encounter with inexperienced Samantha McLellan shakes Vere's steely contr. I read an article some time ago about this series of Mills and Boon romances entitled The Sheikh Who loved me Romancing the War on Terror which argued that MB were directing their authors to write such romances in order to allay some of their readers fears and miscomprehensions about the middle east These books are all written in fictional Arabian countries such as Zuran or Dhurahn you know turn left at the roundabout by B and featured sizzling romances between Arab men and European women The men in the tales are almost all without exception of some European descent the chap in this one has an English Great grandmother and an Irish mother and has lovely green eyes in fact he d probably be Arabian if he came from Barnsley but then he can t be too different can he It s just going to frighten the readers Similarly differences of religion are never mentioned they are not in this one either However what Jordan does pick up on in this book are the cultural differences the pair are united over a love of the Desert in age old romance and yet the heroine is open to misinterpretation by the hero and as Jordan writes Honour and good faith were vitally important in the Middle East and once lost they were impossible to recover p 53 Vere the hero initially believes cartographer Sam is a slut to be fair she has just run up to him in a corridor and kissed him he also believes she is betraying his country In return Vere looks at Sam as if she were an insect crawled out from beneath a stone and then makes her his mistress establishing her in the women s uarters away from the household a fact which causes Sam to shiver He s also taken her passport a fact which would make me shiver even and have me heading for the nearest British Embassy This is a good story from Jordan and the male character for a change is rounded and developed than the female who s a bit two dimensional Their motivations are plausible although poor old Sam s parents have absolutely no idea that she s been established as the mistress of the ruling prince of a middle eastern country and there s no indication she s going to tell them this even when the inevitable Jordanesue pregnancy occurs To be fair for them living in their conservative detached house in London it s going to come of something of a shock The best thing about this book is that it so clearly illustrates MB s policy for establishing world peace if ONLY people read Mills and Boon romances we d all be putting aside our differences and forgetting all about the war on terror If only


10 thoughts on “The Sheikh's Blackmailed Mistress

  1. says:

    This story was not good The plot barely made sense it was all over the place The hero is an Angry Boner Man who is mean to heroine because she makes him horny and he doesn't want to be dude just take care of it yourself The heroine acts all flighty and hysterical at the sight of the Sheikhy's glorious personage and knows it's true love after a day of him treating her like crap Ahh how romanticHere is my short plot summary Hh randomly run i

  2. says:

    The uivering almost ready to faint PJ heroine is back and she is matched with a hero who also feels so deeply that he can never acknowledge emotion lest he lose his ability to rule his desert kingdom These two passed hysterical and went right to delusional after they literally bumped into each other in a hotel corridor their souls called t

  3. says:

    The Sheikh's Blackmailed Mistress is the story of Samantha and VereOur h and H meet as strangers in the desert and have a

  4. says:

    it started in a good way but😕

  5. says:

    Although an engrossing read I found this to be disappointing on several fronts Vere appeared to be a likable guy when he first appeared in his brother's book Taken By The Sheikh The Vere that shows up in this book is guarded and hostile to the heroine Samantha for far too long If the hero is going to be that hostile to the heroine then he better be groveling a whole lot at the end or fall deep and fast early on in the story whic

  6. says:

    I read an article some time ago about this series of Mills and Boon romances entitled The Sheikh Who loved me Romancing the War on Terror which argued that MB were directing their authors to write such romances in order to allay some of their readers' fears and miscomprehensions about the middle east These books are all written in fictional Arabian countries such as Zuran or Dhurahn you know turn left at the roundabout by B and fe

  7. says:

    The hero and heroine's extreme reactions to each other on first meeting aren't very believable basically they bump into each other in a hallway and immediately start kissing The story was ok but the characters' inner monologues were too melodra

  8. says:

    It was an okay read I didn't enjoyed the push and pull in their relationship The book was too predictable and both the heroine and hero weren't realistic enough for me to give this than 2 stars But I'm still looking forward to read books from the author

  9. says:

    50 pages of how Vere will never love anyone especially not a wanton Western woman even though the men in his family always marry European women and how devastated he was by his mother’s death repeated over and over with slightly different phrasing pick one and get on with the story don’t waste 50 pages we get the pi

  10. says:

    Oh Goodness So cliché so stupid and one most important thing did anyone catch the person who was paid by the Em

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