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The Sheikh's Redemption

by Olivia Gates

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This is a nice romance but it has a lot of love scenes that skipped over. I feel like a lot of the story I
have missed by not reading past books of this series. Also feel like thier is more to the story line in
more books coming. In fact I just found out that Jamal's story is coming September 2012.
Haidar Aal Shalaan's and his twin brother Jamal are not close. In fact they have not been since they
were children. Haidar has been favored by his mother, Queen Sondosss of Zohayd. She knew her sons were not in line for thier father's throne so she has scheemed to put Haidar on the throne.
Haidar & Jamal are princes of two thrones.
Haidar and Roxanne were lovers years ago and Jamal was like a brother to her. Roxanne heard the
brothers talking about her and she left Haidar because of it . Stopped being a friend to Jamal over it.
Jamal figured she must have over heard them.
Now the throne of Azmahar is up for grabs. Roxanne has been hired to come in and help them pick
a new king.
Haidar was asked by some of the clans to come be their king. Jamal also was asked and so was thier
cousin Rashid.
Haidar has come to talk to Roxanne and finds he is not over her yet. Roxanne does not want to let him
back into her life.
Jamal has come and asked Roxanne to forgive him and to help him get the throne but not to tell
anyone about it especially Haidar.
I think that if you have read the other books in this series you will enjoy it more and be able to follow
along better. I was given this ebook to read in exchange for honest review from Netgalley.
06/05/2012 PUB Harlequin Harlequin Desire ( )
  rhonda1111 | May 30, 2012 |
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Amazon.com Product Description (ISBN 0373731787, Mass Market Paperback)

He would claim the throne. And her…

For Prince Haidar Aal Shalaan, taking the reins of a kingdom in chaos is a matter of honor. Not that his rivals to the throne would be defeated easily. And then there is Roxanne Gleeson, the one woman whose memory he cannot erase, the lover who once rejected him. Now she pretends a cold disdain for their once—and still—desperate passion. But he will not be denied either the throne of his motherland or Roxanne back in his bed. One is his birthright, the other his heart's desire. And together they are…his redemption.

(retrieved from Amazon Thu, 12 Mar 2015 18:20:22 -0400)

"For Prince Haidar Aal Shalaan, taking the reins of a kingdom in chaos is a matter of honor. Not that his rivals to the throne would be defeated easily. And then there is Roxanne Gleeson, the one woman whose memory he cannot erase, the lover who once rejected him"--P. [4] of cover.… (more)

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