Book Review

THE GOVERNESS AND THE SHEIKH
by Marguerite Kaye

Genre: Historical Romance, Desert Locales
Sensuality: HOT
Setting: 1820 Arabia

RT Rating

Kaye closes her brilliant Princes of the Desert trilogy, in which Regency Roses meet and fall in love with desert sheikhs. Book three is irresistible, with its fantastical kingdom, all-powerful prince and the allure of the forbidden. Sensual, ravishing and funny. A must for all lovers of sheikh romance.

Lady Cassandra Armstrong swears off love after being left at the altar. She travels to Arabia to visit her sister and forget her woes. She decides to extend her stay by acting as governess to a willful little princess.

Prince Jamil al-Nazarri doesn’t want to marry again, despite the candidates offered by his council. He wants to concentrate on bringing his kingdom and people into the modern world, and he’ll start with an English governess for his rebellious daughter. He is expecting a frumpy bluestocking, not a radiant beauty with luscious curves and bold manner. Cassie confuses him, even as she tantalizes him. Cassie too is enthralled by the prince’s exotic charms. Sparks fly, passions rise, and true love bridges the cultural divide. (HARLEQUIN, Aug., 288 pp., $6.25)

Reviewed By: Maria Ferrer

Publisher: HARLEQUIN

Published: August 2011

Reader Rating

4.5 Stars

Average Rating: 4.5 Stars
(1 ratings)

More By This Author

Reader ReviewsWrite a Review