Wednesday, July 08, 2009

JULY CONTEST



Kate Hardy's Surrender to the Playboy Sheikh is my first contest and all you have to do to win is tell me why Lily doesn't feel the sheikh would marry a non-royal. The answer is on Kate's site located in Behind the Book



My second contest is for Susan Stephens Sheikh Boss, Hot Desert Nights and to win a copy stop by Susan's site and tell me the name of her skeikh.

7 comments:

Jessiecue said...

because she is a non royal divorcee from a different culture.

Her boss the Sheikh Rafik al Rafar

jphillips1107[@]bellsouth[dot]net

Kate Hardy said...

Thank you, Marilyn, for organising this!

And wow, what a fantastic Sheikh resource. Thanks for making it easy to find some fabulous reads. :o)

all best
Kate xx

tappitytaptap said...

Kate Hardy's heroine Lilly doesn't think Karim would marry a non-royal divorcee from a different culture (read the book already -- her culture is a big obstacle to her); Sheik Rafik al Rafar (hope I spelled that correctly)is Susan Stephens' sheik's name, and boy does he sound delicious!
Never knew I'd get into sheiks, but Olivia Gates' Castledini Crown & Desert Kings got me hooked.
Thanks for dedicating this site to my favs!

Susan Helene Gottfried said...

No need to enter me, Marilyn. I'm dropping in to say thanks for the e-mail. I've got this listed at Win a Book for you!

Renee G said...

Lily knows that no way will a Sheikh be able to marry a non-royal divorcee from a different culture.
Casey's sheik is Sheikh Rafik al Rafar.

rsgrandinetti(at)yahoo(dot)com

Laney4 said...

She thinks that there is no way that a Sheikh would be able to marry a non-royal divorcee from a different culture.

Sheikh Rafik al Rafar is the Sheikh of note.

BUSY BEE said...

She is a non royal divorcee from a different culture.

Her boss the Sheikh Rafik al Rafar

Thanks for the giveaway!

bsyb100 at gmail dot com

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