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Captured by the Sheikh Rivals to the Crown of Kadar #1

Ared for a cold mutually convenient marriage Instead she is carried off into the sands where the virgin ueen soon discovers an unexpected desire for her sinfully sexy captor that leaves her craving What a refreshingly different kind of story I loved itright up until the end Oh how my heart broke for Khalil His was a bittersweet end even though he got a beautiful blessing in Elena How devastating to find out that everything he believed was a lie Still I cannot help but hope for some greater reward to befall these two people who lost so very much I am glad they found each other I got my happily ever after but I want for them And as for Aziz his story intrigues me Bring it onRating 45Recommend YesARC provided by Harleuin via NetGalley

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Lil's campaign begins by kidnapping his enemy's bride to be She's a means to an end so why is he so inflamed at the thought of her in anyone's bed but his own ueen Elena Karras of Thallia was prep I took your bride I ll take your throne Because both are mine by right Those are the words spoken by Sheikh Khalil al Bakir the banishment and shame has turned him into man determined to reclaim the crown of Kadar from his rival He starts by kidnapping his enemy s bride to be She s a means to an end so why he get s all inflamed at the thought of her in anyone else s bed but his own is a mystery he simply does not know how to solve nor does have the time he has a thrown to take over ueen Elena Karras of Thallia is prepared for a cold mutually convenient marriage but instead she s carried off into the desert sand where the virgin ueen soon discovers an unexpected desire for her sinfully delicious captor and leaves her craving for and she get s it but when the game ends will Khalil walk away and leave her broken hearted or will he see himself through her eyesThis was a truly beautiful read of how two people learn to fight the battles of life together I loved the fiery passion that Khalil has but sadly his passion for the throne is overshadowed with the thoughts of revenge and of course this made him the type of hero you can only have luke warm feelings for but it is only for a certain period on the book because as all fans of Harleuin Presents books know there is always something or someone that will turn the person around And that person was Elena beautiful smart and always seeing the side of a person they attempt to hide from the world I loved Elena to bits The author took me on a truly remarkable journey of how one man finds himself willing to fight for what he believes is his and the one woman who let s him finally see the truth shine out from the revenge darkness that his mind has become I am taking away a message of life has it s way of guiding us on the wrong path but it s in order to find the right one The trick of course is to not miss the right turnoff to take whilst on that wrong path because the road up ahead might not bring along another turnoff to the road where the your calling is waiting for you I highly recommend this read for all fans of a excellent deeply emotional Sheikh romance Kate Hewitt is simply one of the most remarkable author s of all time and with each book her writing just get s better and better55 star review To win the game all he has to do is see himself through her eyes

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I took your bride I'll take your throne Because both are mine by right Banishment and shame has turned Sheikh Khalil al Bakir into a man determined to reclaim the crown of Kadar from his rival Kha I took your bride I ll take your throne Because both are mine by right Banishment and shame has turned Sheikh Khalil al Bakir into a man determined to reclaim the crown of Kadar from his rival Khalil s campaign begins by kidnapping his enemy s bride to be She s a means to an end so why is he so inflamed at the thought of her in anyone s bed but his own ueen Elena Karras of Thallia was prepared for a cold mutually convenient marriage Instead she is carried off into the sands where the virgin ueen soon discovers an unexpected desire for her sinfully sexy captor that leaves her craving


About the Author: Kate Hewitt

Kate is the USA Today bsetselling author of many books of both historical and contemporary fiction Under the name Katharine Swartz she is the author of the Tales from Goswell books a series of time slip novels set in the village of Goswell She likes to read women's fiction mystery and thrillers as well as historical novels She particularly enjoys reading about well drawn characters and avoi



10 thoughts on “Captured by the Sheikh Rivals to the Crown of Kadar #1

  1. says:

    Captured by the Sheikh is the story of Elena and KhalilThe book begins when our hero Sheikh Khalil al Bakir kidnaps the heroine just as she's about to marry Aziz his rival to the throne of Kadar Khalil knows he is

  2. says:

    reviewed from an e arc provided by NetGalleyThe young ueen Elena of Thallia whose position in the throne is a precarious one has made a very deliberate engagement with Sheikh Aziz of Kadar Both desperately need the added stability that a judicious marriage will bring to their rule But that's exactly what Aziz's half brother Khalil doesn't want; instead of being taken to her fiancé Elena finds herself a prisoner in the desert A

  3. says:

    I took your bride I'll take your throne Because both are mine by right Banishment and shame has turned Sheikh Khalil al Bakir into a man determined to reclaim the crown of Kadar from his rival Khalil's campaign begins by kidnapping his enemy's bride to be She's a means to an end so why is he so inflamed at the thought of her in anyone's bed but his own ueen Elena Karras of Thallia was prepared for a cold mutually conve

  4. says:

    I took your bride I 'll take your throne Because both are mine by right Those are the words spoken by Sheikh Khalil al Bakir the banishment and shame has turned him into man determined to reclaim the crown of Kadar from his rival He starts by kidnapping his enemy's bride to be She's a means to an end so why he get's all inflamed at the thought of her in anyone else's bed but his own is a mystery he simply does not know how to solve nor do

  5. says:

    I loved loved the virginal super sweet heroine but unfortunately hero was too cheesy and soft and nice As a result there was zero a

  6. says:

    What a wonderful delightful book by Kate Hewitt Loved it from the first page ueen Elena arrived in Kadar to marry the Sheikh to save two crowns His and hers A marriage of convenience Only one flaw in that plan she was whisked away by another into the desert to stop the marriage because he was the true ruler of Kadar In

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    ueen Elena have subject herself to a marriage of convenience to Sheikh Aziz of Kadar only to have whisked off by Sheikh Khalil Khalil feels that he is the rightful heir to the throne and he will do all its takes to make sure to stop Sheikh Aziz from the throne including kidnapping his fiancée Though Elena is kept at the dessert she was surprise that Khalil have provides the necessity for her and she have all the comfort of a home During th

  8. says:

    Captured by the Sheikh by Kate Hewitt is a well written romance around the kidnapping trope The forbidden romance between Khalil and Elena is enjoyable due to the amazing chemistry they share This is one of the few romances where both the hero and heroine are similar in their nature and have so much in common They both are different in their own way but are not polar opposite as it generally happens in romanceR

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    What a refreshingly diff

  10. says:

    I found this to be a really nice story with engaging characters who worked their way through all of their difficulties and helped each other after a lifetime of loneliness I really like Khalil and Elena and although it took him in particular a long time to give in to the idea of loving Elena it was an understandable reluctance I disliked the ending not the fact that he discovered he actually had no claim but that we we

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