The Sheik and the Runaway Princess

The Sheik and the Runaway Princess When half American Princess Sabra aka Sabrina Johnson is kidnapped by Prince Kardal Khan while searching for the legendary City of Thieves she soon realizes that his heated touch makes her body betra

  • Title: The Sheik and the Runaway Princess
  • Author: Susan Mallery
  • ISBN: 9780373244300
  • Page: 183
  • Format: Mass Market Paperback
  • When half American Princess Sabra aka Sabrina Johnson is kidnapped by Prince Kardal Khan while searching for the legendary City of Thieves, she soon realizes that his heated touch makes her body betray her recklessly.She doesn t want to feel cared for in her captor s tender embrace After living a lonely life, rejected by her father King Hassan and treated dismissivelyWhen half American Princess Sabra aka Sabrina Johnson is kidnapped by Prince Kardal Khan while searching for the legendary City of Thieves, she soon realizes that his heated touch makes her body betray her recklessly.She doesn t want to feel cared for in her captor s tender embrace After living a lonely life, rejected by her father King Hassan and treated dismissively by her mother, all she s ever wanted was someone to love her But falling for the sexy Sheik, otherwise known as the Prince of the City of Thieves, was simply out of the question The virile Sheik didn t consider kidnapping Sabrina an act of theft he was claiming what was rightfully his Unbeknownst to the fiery beauty, she had been betrothed to be his wife

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    1. I really loved Kardal, Sabrina and their romance, but the nonsense regarding his parents bugged me big time and prevented me from giving this book a higher rating.

    2. Mostly an average book.Sabrina the princess is brought up in the west. She studies and alternates her life between divorced parents in two parts of world.When her father, the king decides for an arranged marriage, she gets angry and leaves the palace in a huff, alone to find the City of thieves. Then gets trapped in the storm and meets Kardal, the prince of the city. Sparks fly.d mysteries are solved.I was mostly bored with this one. Though I enjoyed the other books of the series, these two seem [...]

    3. Princess Sabra is kidnapped by Prince Kardal Khan while searching for the legendary City of Thieves, but she doesn't know that the man who kidnapped her is her fiance. Romantic emotional love story with two loving characters! I love this author!

    4. Ok, I will say it again. I LOVE SHEIK’S. God damn I wish I knew why they appeal to me so much, but they just do. The desert locations, dominant, passionate and aggressive men are all so completely different from my sad little life in Wagga Wagga. I think there must be some romantic, time warp thingy that I fall into whenever I start a Sheik book – because realistically most of the stories are about arrogant, head strong men that think love is something a woman feels to pass the time and all [...]

    5. When half-American Princess Sabra (aka Sabrina Johnson) is kidnapped by Prince Kardal Khan while searching for the legendary City of Thieves, she soon realizes that his heated touch makes her body betray her recklessly.She doesn't want to feel cared for in her captor's tender embrace. After living a lonely life, rejected by her father--King Hassan--and treated dismissively by her mother, all she's ever wanted was someone to love her. But falling for the sexy Sheik, otherwise known as the Prince [...]

    6. This was my second book that I have read by Susan Mallery. I would have to say that she is becoming one of my favorite authors. I couldn't put this book down.Princess Sabra aka Sabrina has four brothers and divorced parents. One parent being the King of a country in the middle east and her mother who lives a lively lifestyle in California. Sabrina is ignored by both of her parents and is sent to private schools and then is pushed from one parent to another as they both believe she is a problem. [...]

    7. Sabrina Johnson is technically Princess Sabra of Bahania, but her self-centered and wild mother brought her along when she moved back to the United States and her father, King Hassan, disregards her both for being female and because he assumes she is like her mother. Instead she is an academic with more interest in archeology and history than shopping and parties, or worse, the arranged marriage that her father has planned. When she gets caught in a desert sandstorm while looking for the mythica [...]

    8. I had a few problems with this book and was a little lost at first. It’s strange that Kardal has the same last name as the other sheikh’s mentioned on the previous books, but his ife is completely different and his also a prince of the desert. It took me some time to actually understand the reasons, but I don’t believe it was necessary for him to use his father name.Other point I did not like was the way Kardal treated Sabrina. Yes, she was raised on the States but that does not mean she [...]

    9. I'll start with the good: the ending of this novel is very strong, and I appreciated the efforts to introduce a side love story as well as a side plot re historical artifacts. Now for the bad: - Kardal is rather horrible to Sabrina in the beginning. Why is he stripping in front of her if the culture they come from is so conservative?- Kardal ends up liking Sabrina more after it turns out she's a virgin, but he himself is not. Hypocritical much?- Givan, a character from previous books in the seri [...]

    10. Princess "Sabra" Sabrina of Bahania never thought that she would die because of her impulsive desisions. But then, why was she alone in middle of the dessert, during a sandstorm, having lost her horse and food? The fact that her father decided to arrane her marriage.In her way to discover the City of Thieves, she is facing death but Kardal saves her but now she has to become his slave.Princesses and Princes have to face love and restore the relationships with their families

    11. It was OK, but not anything special.Princess Sabrina has run away to find the fabled City of Thieves, but instead finds herself taken captive by a desert sheik. Kardal recognizes her and, believing the tabloid articles about her, forces her to become his slave. I really didn't like Kardal at all- any time! There were twists & turns that added to the story, but there really was no redemption in my mind.

    12. I absolutely loved this book. Sabrina and Kardal were amazing characters. Susan Mallery has obviously been writing wonderful books long before I knew of her. So happy that I found her books. I'm even happier that I have the pleasure of owning this book instead of borrowing it from the library. Now I can read when ever I want.

    13. One of the better books in this series. Nothing fantastic, but entertaining enough. It kind of bugs me just how similarly arrogant and sexist all the princes are at the beginning of these novels. Of course, they turn round by the end, but they certainly aren't my idea of an ideal hero.

    14. Diantara semua buku di seri ini Aq suka yg ini Aku suka cerita awalnya cerita perjodohan yg sangat menarik rekomend banget utk dibaca

    15. Only okay for me. I have to wonder why some of these are rated so high. Susan Mallery is a decent writer but not all her novels are equal. Just sayin'.

    16. This was my favorite so far! Not sure why. I just really enjoyed the story, and I liked the prince a lot. Ok, I may not have liked him in real life, but on paper he sizzled!

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