* Review * INNOCENT IN THE SHEIKH’S PALACE by Dani Collins

I voluntarily read an early copy of this book.

* Review * INNOCENT IN THE SHEIKH’S PALACE by Dani CollinsInnocent in the Sheikh's Palace by Dani Collins
Published by Harlequin Presents on November 1, 2020
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His desert vow…to crown the virgin’s baby!

Having failed to find Mr. Right, plain librarian Hannah Meeks decided to start the family she’s desperately wanted on her own. Only to discover that her miracle baby is actually the heir to the throne of Baaqi…

Sheikh Akin Sarraf was the unwanted spare. Now, finding out his late brother had unknowingly fathered a child, Akin’s duty is to bring Hannah to his palace and make her his wife! Marrying for love was always out of the question. But Hannah’s independent spirit is exasperating…until it’s intoxicating…


A royal romance with so many feels! INNOCENT IN THE SHEIKH’S PALACE by Dani Collins does not disappoint! I immediately was drawn to the story of this fertility mix-up and as drama unfolded page after page I found it hard to put down. Definitely an exciting read!

Hannah is a joy. She’s self-assured and kind-hearted, so when learning of the circumstances of her baby’s conception, she agrees to accompany Akin back to his home country.

Akin started out as gruff and demanding and I thought for sure I was going to have to dislike him, but as we begin to unravel his backstory and learn the place he’s held in his family for so many years, I couldn’t help but sympathize. The side of him that Hannah brings to life is beautiful.

I highly recommend this story to anyone who loves a complex royal romance with lots of drama and temptation.


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