THE SHEIKH'S UNFORGETTABLE LOVER BY LESLIE NORTH
American tutor Kim Atkins is teaching English to a young Middle Eastern prince, but she’s having a hard time keeping her eyes off his older brother. With Karim’s stacked muscles and handsome face, it’s hard not to be distracted. It’s too bad he’s rude, arrogant and very traditional, but that only makes it easier to focus on her student and the girls at the local orphanage. Besides, with glamorous beauties eager for Karim’s attention, clumsy Kim could never compare.
Karim Sharqi is knee-deep in paperwork after taking over the family jewel company, but asking for help from his brother’s pretty tutor goes against everything his father taught him. Karim’s known from a young age that you should never rely on a woman—especially a Western woman. Her modern attitude flies in the face of his traditional values, and yet, her beauty and shy smile are proving to be an irresistible temptation.
Can two people from such different worlds ever find a common future?
REVIEW: THE SHEIKH'S UNFORGETTABLE LOVER BY LESLIE NORTH
The Sheikh's Unforgettable Lover by Leslie North
My rating: 4 of 5 stars
Every once in a while it's fun to get lost in the fantasy. The Sheikh's Unforgettable Lover lets readers do just that. Leslie North's tale of seduction, infatuation, and taking chases is a must read. The greatest form of escapism without ever having to pack a bag. Hired to work in a foreign location, Kim is out of her element. Her job as a tutor introduces her to experiences she never expected. Karim is every woman's fantasy. Handsome, wealthy and mysterious. He is in control and all times, except when faced with his brother's tutor Kim. Another wonderful read by Leslie North.
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THE SHEIKH'S AMERICAN BRIDE BY LESLIE NORTH
Librarian Claire Anderson will do anything to be transferred to a new University. After her professor boyfriend humiliated her by sleeping with a student, she’s ready to leave Harvard behind for good. However, when the Dean won’t give her a referral unless she does him a favor, she has no choice but to accept. Now she has to spend the next month playing tour guide to Taleb Sharqi, a sinfully gorgeous Sheikh who practically has his own female fan club.
Taleb came to the US to study, but he has a secret, and far more personal, motive. He wants to find an American bride before his 25th birthday. But only a certain type of woman will do: she must be tall, blond, thin and wealthy—everything his new tour guide is not. With her dark hair, strong mind and love for ice cream, Claire is nothing like the woman he’s looking for. But then why is she suddenly catching his eye?
A spark ignites between them, but Claire’s past humiliations resurface as Taleb struggles to learn that you can’t control who you love.
REVIEW: THE SHEIKH'S AMERICAN BRIDE BY LESLIE NORTH
The Sheikh's American Bride by Leslie North
My rating: 5 of 5 stars
Taleb- Arrogant, controlling and larger than life. Claire- Anxious, lonely and full of self-doubt. These two have nothing in common, but can't help falling in love. My first impression of Taleb was JERK. He is used to having things his way. Claire was timid to a large degree, but she was not willing to be anyone's doormat. Taleb brought out in Claire her ability to stick up for herself. As they got to know each other better he started to feel quite protective of her. Swoon worthy alphas and the women who tame them, The Sharqi Sheikh series is not one to miss.
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