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* REVIEW *  THE SHEIKH’S CONVENIENT PRINCESS by Liz FieldingThe Sheikh's Convenient Princess by Liz Fielding
Series: Romantic Getaways
Published by Harlequin Romance on February 1, 2017
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From secretary…to the sheikh's wife!

Sheikh Ibrahim al-Ansari knows a reconciliation with his estranged father means accepting his father's choice of bride…unless he gets there first! Luckily he has the perfect princess in mind—his new assistant Ruby Dance.

After her last cheating boyfriend, Ruby is avoiding all commitments, but this promotion could help her family, so she agrees to a temporary marriage. She should be craving her next assistant role, not the devastating beauty of the desert and the man who rules it all…

A really fun connection between the main characters makes Liz Fielding’s upcoming release a joy to read.  Not only are we watching a romance spark, but we catch ourselves smiling quite often at the sass this couple shows towards each other.  Really enjoyed them!  The only thing I was left wanting was a little more time with them!

Once banished from his home country, Sheikh Ibrahim al-Ansari knows he can’t return home without a bride on his arm unless he wants to be forced into marriage with the woman his estranged father has chosen for him.  He lucks into the fact that his new temporary assistant fits his needs to a tee and has agreed to a temporary marriage of convenience!

Ruby Dance has her own painful past that she lives every day running from, so if she can help Bram to rectify past mistakes and reunite with his family, she is all for it.  Neither of them expect to actually fall for each other when they are spending time preparing for their trip, but when it happens, will they decide to make their marriage a real one?


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