The Sheikh's Bartered Bride by Lucy Monroe
By Lucy Monroe
Harlequin Showcase - March 2011
Originally Harlequin Presents - February 2005
© 2005 Lucy Monroe
A reader review....
"I have just read your book The Sheikhs Bartered Bride, and I just had to write to tell you how much I loved it. It was like being on an emotional roller coaster, but so well worth it, I just loved the way you had written it. You could visualize everything from the characters down to the tents in the desert.
So I have to say thank you for writing such a great book, and I look forward to reading more of your books, and if they're anything like this one I can't wait. You have give me hope that at 31 I may yet find the man of my dreams, so again thank you! Here's to more romance in the world and men like Hakim." ~ Clare from England (NB: From Lucy...it was so special sharing this letter because I remember feeling exactly as Clare did...receiving hope from romance and an assurance that there were "good men out there" because fiction, or not...someone had written about them. I am now married to my "alpha at the end of the book" and will never forget the gift of hope romance brought into my own life.)
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This book takes place in the imaginary Middle Eastern Country of Kadar, what American city does the book also take place?