A Bed of Sand

A Bed of Sand Rita Thompson was getting married She just hadn t bothered to invite the groomher boss Sheikh Sakir Al Nayhalmto his own wedding Rita had concocted the whole scheme to successfully reunite her aliena

  • Title: A Bed of Sand
  • Author: Laura Wright
  • ISBN: 9780373766079
  • Page: 161
  • Format: Paperback
  • Rita Thompson was getting married She just hadn t bothered to invite the groomher boss, Sheikh Sakir Al Nayhalmto his own wedding Rita had concocted the whole scheme to successfully reunite her alienated family Everything had gone according to planuntil she found Sakir standing at the altar waiting for her And Sakir had a proposal of his own for the blushing bride RRita Thompson was getting married She just hadn t bothered to invite the groom her boss, Sheikh Sakir Al Nayhalm to his own wedding Rita had concocted the whole scheme to successfully reunite her alienated family Everything had gone according to planuntil she found Sakir standing at the altar waiting for her And Sakir had a proposal of his own for the blushing bride Rita would be his wife for three weeks in his home country of Emand, then they would dissolve the union There would be no touching, no kissing taking possession of her delectable body But there were some vows a man couldn t keep

    One thought on “A Bed of Sand”

    1. I enjoyed this nice little romance! I liked the heroine, she was a nice, sweet and intelligent woman who fell for her boss then gets to live out her fantasy of being married to him as part of a "business deal". The hero was closed off to his emotions for most of the book the heroine helps break through his fears. Overall, a cute good story.

    2. This was an okay read! Perfect for a very lazy day off and filler while trying to decide what to read next.

    3. This was a quick and easy read. The characters were likable and the storyline very easy to follow. This was an enjoyable read.

    4. If you expect a 'sheikh' book you won't find it here. Its more 'sheikh' light.Light is a good way to describe the entire book. Light male, light heroine and a really light fluffy story.

    5. *Hides in shame* Is it me or is this a really, really bad cover.The story was definitely ok, but slightly predictable. I did like Rita for the most part though.

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