Sheikh Kahlil al-Assad appears on Bryn's doorstep a week before her wedding to inform her that they were never divorced. And when he discovers he has a three-year-old son that she's kept secret from him, Bryn finds herself and their son on a plane returning to his land. Once there, she tries to soothe his anger over her deceit and the fact that he believes she was unfaithful to him before she left. THE SHEIKH'S WIFE (1) by Jane Porter is a disappointing read due to an emotionally and verbally abusive hero, a spineless heroine and a storyline that is filled with holes and inconsistencies.

Reviewed by: 
Shannon Short