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Hired: The Sheikh's Secretary Mistress

by Lucy Monroe

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I loved this book really great read. Did not want to put it down. ( )
  loverofbooks79 | Oct 24, 2008 |
Lucy Monroe writes such great sweet romances as well as her hotter fare. "Hired: The Sheikh's Secretary Mistress" is her latest Harlequin Presents and is a true fairy tale.

Grace is a darn good personal assistant to Sheikh Amir. That's about the only really positive thing she can say about herself. She's plain and thin and hides herself behind baggy clothes and glasses. She also hides her love for Amir. She could be happy just be near him and working for him...until he asks Grace to pick out his future wife.

Amir suffered the loss of his young love and has closed his heart since then. When the marriage his father the King arranged falls through, he decides to pick out his own wife. He'll get Grace to do it. She knows him better than anyone! It's not until he faces the possibility of a life without Grace that he realizes his heart may not be his own.

Such a sweet story with a wonderful HEA. Alpha male meets his match and introduces her to the joys of sex!! Unrealistic and yet unbeatable writing that will have you saying "AWWWW". ( )
  jjmachshev | Jul 27, 2008 |
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Amazon.com Product Description (ISBN 0373127472, Mass Market Paperback)

Sheikh Amir bin Faruq al Zorha lives in New York, but the desert is where his heart lies. Now it's time for him to marry….

Grace Brown, Amir's plain but indispensable assistant, isn't exactly queen material. No matter how tempted Amir is to take her innocence, she's off-limits. Until he returns to his homeland, where the barbarian prince replaces the businessman—and resolves that Grace will be his!

(retrieved from Amazon Thu, 12 Mar 2015 18:19:37 -0400)

Sheikh Amir bin Faruq al Zorha needs to find a wife, as his father, the King has decided it is time for him to settle down. But when he asks his personal assistant, Grace, to find one for him, it is more than she can cope with -- since she herself is in love with the Sheikh.… (more)

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