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THE SHEIKH'S DIAMOND (SHEIKH'S WEDDING BET SERIES) BY LESLIE NORTH
Release Date: June 28, 2016
True love is priceless—or is it?
Sheikh Masoud Khalidizack is terminally bored by palace life. With his elder brother inheriting his father’s responsibilities and his younger brother treating life like one big party, he often feels left behind. When a family friend suggests a bet to see which brother will be left unwed at the end of the year, Masoud thinks it is impossible to lose and he’s already making plans on what to do with the prize - Muharraq Island.
That all changes with the arrival of headstrong Fleur Summers, a beautiful archaeologist bent on finding the legendary Solomon Diamond. It was once part of the Khalidizack family’s heritage, but now it is lost to history. Her reputation depends on finding it and putting it into a museum, but the distractingly handsome Sheikh who hired her certainly isn’t helping. In fact, Masoud intends to restore the diamond to its rightful place – in the Khalidizack palace.
Now, they have to overcome their mutual mistrust and simmering attraction to find the artifact that could bring glory to them both. In a race against ruthless rivals that spans continents, finding the prize will bring them together or destroy one of their lives.
REVIEW: THE SHEIKH'S DIAMOND (SHEIKH'S WEDDING BET SERIES) BY LESLIE NORTH
The Sheikh's Diamond by Leslie North
My rating: 4 of 5 stars
With a mind for puzzles and a lust for history Fleur sets off to feed her curiosity. Her persistence lands her in a foreign land that is as mysterious as his ruling family. Masoud longs for adventure. His family is royal and his homeland is at the center of a spectacular find but he seeks more. When Fleur and her inquisitive mind come into his life, everything changes. Could he be the missing piece that he's searching for? I received an ARC of The Sheikh's Diamond by Leslie North in exchange for an honest review. A love story intertwined with a complex riddle took some getting used to but Masoud and Fleur made an engaging romantic duo that was different and appealed to the detective in me. I love a good mystery.
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