Sunday, October 29, 2006


Sandra Marton - THE SHEIKH'S CONVENIENT BRIDE

Feisty, erotic a great addition to the O’Connell series

This is probably one of my favorites in the series. I loved Megan's story. Megan has spunk and fire even though she is an innocent. Sandra weaves a wonderful "Eastern" sheik tale set in the desert, full of mystery, fire and hot passion. It's a wonderful addition to the O'Connell series.

Back Cover:

Fiery Megan O'Connell is an accomplished financial expert working at a firm in Los Angeles, who has just finished working on a proposal for client Qasim al Daud al Rashid, the King of Suliyam. It is clear to Sheikh Qasim (aka Caz) that she is the most qualified person to accompany him to Suliyam to ensure that important work is accomplished. Unfortunately, however, Qasim's homeland is a country where women have no status.

Determined to keep this lucrative account, Megan travels to Suliyam and finds her life threatened by tribal leaders who think she's a woman of loose morals. And the only way that the sheikh can ensure her safety is to marry her. Megan agrees, but does not expect or even want the marriage to continue once her work in this desert country is completed...or does she?

Publisher: Harlequin (August 1, 2004)
ISBN: 0373124104

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