After months of tense negotiations on behalf of his home country, Jamal Ari Yasir borrows his friend's secluded cabin for a rest, and discovers it's occupied by a headstrong, frustrating American woman. Growing up the only girl in a family of five overprotective brothers has taught Dr. Delaney Westmoreland how to deal with his type. But she doesn't know how to handle the instant attraction she feels for Jamal. While DELANEY'S DESERT SHEIKH (3) by Brenda Jackson is filled with inconsistencies and improbabilities, it still manages to be a moderately enjoyable read.

Reviewed by: 
Angela Keck