Wednesday, March 12, 2014

Forged in the Desert Heat by Maisey Yates - Review

A woman that could start a war

The Gypsy Sheikh, betrayer, modern-day marauder—Zafar Nejem has been called many things. And now he is to be called Your Majesty. Returning to the throne of Al Sabah, his first act is to rescue American heiress Analise Christensen from her desert kidnappers.

Since Ana is engaged to the ruler of the neighboring kingdom, her discovery must be concealed until Zafar can explain her presence, or else he risks war. But as the sun rises over the sand dunes, so does the forbidden heat that burns between them, threatening everything….

I loved the way this book starts out, but I adored the way it starts with the hero buying the heroine from her kidnappers. Ana is useful to him, but he doesn’t see himself falling for her, after all she is engaged to his enemy.

Zafar is a broken man, and doesn’t think he deserves love, and that made him a flawed but likeable character. Ana fights for Zafar and his love, and I loved that about her. It was a passionate story full of real engaging characters.

I highly recommend this story, it’s delicious and fun.

I received a copy from Netgalley in exchange for my honest review. I was not compensated for my review.

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