Title: The Sheikh's Unsuitable Bride
Author: Liz Fielding
Release month: January 2008
The S-Factor: Sweet
The single mum's new job: chauffeur to the Sheikh!Zahir was surprised to find he had a beautiful new driver. This chauffeur did not blend into the background. Oh, no. Diana Metcalfe talked. She laughed. She took him on unplanned detours. And he had more fun than he'd had in years.
But back in his desert kingdom a dynastic marriage was being brokered for Zahir. Crazy though it seemed, he wished that this wonderful, vivacious, thoroughly unsuitable woman could be his bride instead...
When an ordinary girl
meets a Sheikh...
2008 is a special year for Mills & Boon as they celebrate a 100 years in publishing and The Sheikh's Unsuitable Bride gets the celebrations off to a brilliant start. This book is also the first in a new Mills & Boon Romance miniseries featuring Desert Bride stories. Liz Fielding's offering is in the form of the gorgeous Sheikh Zahir, and the delightful heroine, Diana.
This story is a truly wonderful read, full of the magic and fantasy that will brighten up 'normal' life for anybody. From the very first moment Sheikh Zahir al-Khatib graces the scene I knew I was in for an entertaining, heartwarming and funny read. Diana is a very lovable heroine and my heart went out to her as she tries very hard to be the professional chauffeur that protocol dictates she should be. She is doing well and holding her own until The Kiss. She has little time to recover before Zahir has her head spinning when he dances her around Berkeley Square.
There are some laugh-out-loud, funny, "Oh, Sheikh" moments, as well as the emotional read that makes this story a Liz Fielding classic. This book is a great way to add some sparkle and fun to your New Year!
Reviewed by: Sue
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