Reader Review: This book was fresh and new for a desire for me. the plot twist at the end was not what I expected at all. Sad that this was the last of this trilogy.
The Royal Wife
After five years Jayne could finally release herself from Sheikh Tariq bin Rashid, the desert prince of Zayed...and her husband. He'd courted her, captivated her, but he'd never truly trusted her. And treacherous palace lies had sent Jayne running.
Now the time for hiding was over--she was back to demand a divorce. And Tariq was willing to comply. If Jayne would pretend to be his happily wedded bride for a few weeks longer. But with passion still burning so intensely between them, would Jayne truly ever be free?
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|Title of Harlequin Romance eBook: The Desert Bride of Al Zayed||Series: Billionaire Heirs, , #2|
|Release Date: 11-01-2007|
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|Publisher: Silhouette Desire|
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The Desert Bride of Al Zayed
The moment she'd blurted the words out, Jayne felt her pulse quicken. She squeezed her eyes shut and waited. The silence on the other end of the line was absolute.
The answer rang with finality over the vast distance that separated Zayed from New Zealand. Tariq's voice was smooth and deep and very, very cool. Like ice. Tingling shivers of apprehension started to dance along Jayne's spine. She recognised that sensation. It meant trouble.
Jayne gripped the handset until her fingers hurt. "But we've been separated for over five years. I thought you'd be jumping for joy at the prospect of a divorce." And your father, too. She refrained from adding the dig. Mention of his father, the Emir of Zayed, tended to result in argumentsshe'd learned that a long time ago. And she didn't want a battle with no ceasefire in sight, she simply wanted a divorce.
But this was not going quite as she'd planned. From the outset Jayne had intended avoiding any direct contact with Tariqor his father. She'd phoned the Emir's chief aide, Hadi al Ebrahim, and had bluntly stated that more than five years had passed since Tariq had banished her from Zayed. Tariq was a citizen of Zayed and their marriage had been conducted in accordance with the laws of his country. According to the laws of Zayed, parties had to be separated for five years before a divorce could be petitioned.
The legal waiting time was over. She wanted to set divorce proceedings in motion. The excruciatingly polite aide had taken her number and promised to call her back.
But the aide's promised call hadn't come. Instead Sheikh Tariq bin Rashid al Zayed, her husbandno, her hopefully soon-to-be-ex-husbandhad called.<...
Title: The Desert Bride of Al Zayed
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This book was fresh and new for a desire for me. t
November 13, 2007
Reviewer: A reader from Kensington, AU
This book was fresh and new for a desire for me. the plot twist at the end was not what I expected at all. Sad that this was the last of this trilogy.
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