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The Governess and the Sheikh by Marguerite…
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Dark-hearted Sheikh Prince Jamil al-Nazarri commands his kingdom effortlessly, less so his difficult little daughter! Exasperated, he hires an English governess, hoping she'll instill some much-needed discipline. Lady Cassandra Armstrong is the most unconventional governess Jamil has ever seen! With her ravishing body and impulsive passion, Cassie is as innocently alluring as she is forbidden. Famous for his unshakable honor, the reticent sheikh's resolve is about to be tested, as his feelings for Cassie are anything but honorable!… (more)

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Way too much fluff and not enough substance for my taste.
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  mary23nm | Feb 27, 2019 |
This book was a lot of fun. I really enjoy these historical Sheikh books. Lady Cassandra is a fun character. She is honest to the point of insulting our hunky sheikh on a regular basis. Our handsome sheikh, Jamil, is so clueless about how to handle this delectable but infuriating woman that you have to love him. Frankly, Cassie is so headstrong I am surprised he put up with her sometimes. There is a really nice story line about Jamil and his daughter that I enjoyed also. There have been two books about the Armstrong sisters. There are 3 more girls in the family and a hint was dropped about the third, Cressida. I wonder if we will see more of these determined siblings in the future. ( )
  TheLibraryhag | Sep 6, 2011 |
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In loving memory of W, who helped make me the person I am, and whose spirit, hopefully, lives on in me.
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Sheikh Jamil al-Nazarri, Prince of Daar-el-Abbah, scrutinized the terms of the complex and detailed proposal laid out before him.
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Dark–hearted Sheikh Prince Jamil al–Nazarri commands his kingdom effortlessly…less so his difficult little daughter! Exasperated, he hires an English governess, hoping she'll instill some much–needed discipline…
Lady Cassandra Armstrong is the most unconventional governess Jamil has ever seen! With her ravishing body and impulsive passion, Cassie is as innocently alluring as she is forbidden. Famous for his unshakable honor, the reticent sheikh's resolve is about to be tested…as his feelings for Cassie are anything but honorable!
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