Genres: Contemporary Romance
Published by Indie/Self Published
Released on January 24, 2015
Source: Free Book
The Sheikh’s Tenacious Lover caught my eye one day and since it was free, I said why not? Well, maybe I should have said maybe. This story was so…well, bad. Not horrible, just extremely unbelievable and I never felt passion between these two.
So Rene finds out her fiance is cheating on her right before the wedding day. She’s done with men, but why not go on the honeymoon anyway…to the middle east. A luxury hotel awaits her, but it’s hard to get over being cheated on. When she arises from the pool one day and doesn’t notice her top is missing, a handsome man informs her for inappropriateness. She thinks he’s the pool boy so she orders a drink only to have him walk way…with a stick up his ass.
Sheikh Tazeem, Joshua, is in need of rest. Being a prince means he works all the time. So he just wants to enjoy a few days to himself, only to have this American woman, Rene, follow him around and speaking to him informally. Inside his head I never even found where he might find her attractive.
Rene is loud mouthed and pretty uncouth for the most part and Joshua (or Josh as Rene irritatingly calls him) can’t seem to relax nor become informal in the way he treats her. Never once did I really feel these two were attracted to each other. No chemistry.
So here is where I really had problems. Yeah, I wanted a Sheikh to take a woman passionately, but come on. This is Saudi Arabia, where there are so many laws and rules governing what you can show and not show, let alone if you have sex when you aren’t married. So Rene loses her bikini top in the beginning of the book when I have a hard time believing they even allow women to wear bikinis. Second I don’t know if I would want to honeymoon in a country where I as a woman am second class. Third, she has no class and I would think people would be offended left and right. Now Joshua is a prince of a different country so I can’t make too many comments about what is expected there. I might be well off base in my assumptions, but this just didn’t come off as being authentic.
It’s free guys and gals, so if you want to give it a try without risk, nows the time. There are more books in this series, but I am done for now. This didn’t fulfill the need I wanted in my romance and I can’t really recommend it…especially for money.
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