The Sheikh’s Pregnant Bride (The Jawhara Sheikhs Series, Book 1)

The Sheikh’s Pregnant Bride (The Jawhara Sheikhs Series, Book 1)

The Sheikh's Pregnant Bride (The Jawhara Sheikhs Series, Book 1)

When Sheikh Kamal first saw Erin from across the ballroom he knew he must have her – and he always got what he wanted.

But Erin isn’t like the other girls he knows. Even for an American she is exceptionally feisty, strong and stubbornly independent. A challenge to him. Yet he can’t keep his eyes off her, her stunning beauty kept him captivated for the whole evening.

When Erin first saw Sheikh Kamal she had no idea he was royalty and leader of Jawhara, one of the large

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3 thoughts on “The Sheikh’s Pregnant Bride (The Jawhara Sheikhs Series, Book 1)

  1. LorettaJ
    22 of 23 people found the following review helpful
    3.0 out of 5 stars
    Abrupt ending:Cliffhanger!, October 18, 2014
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    This review is from: The Sheikh’s Pregnant Bride (The Jawhara Sheikhs Series, Book 1) (Kindle Edition)
    I gave this book three stars as it had an awful abrupt ending.The story was a typical Arab Sheikh story, which was very good, but didn’t like how it just ended.Hate it when books leave cliffhangers like this…not sure if l want to spend out on the next book, as they all seem to have cliffhangers. Disappointing.

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  2. Cindy DeGraaff
    13 of 14 people found the following review helpful
    2.0 out of 5 stars
    Meh, October 19, 2014
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    Cindy DeGraaff (Scotts, Michigan) –

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    This review is from: The Sheikh’s Pregnant Bride (The Jawhara Sheikhs Series, Book 1) (Kindle Edition)
    This book is a very average story with the requisite overbearing sheik in disguise seducing a lovely American charity foundation lawyer while he is in the US for an oil business deal. Although she assures him she’s on birth control, she somehow ends up pregnant, something which is never fully explained. Also, he has decided that she will be his wife after one night’s acquaintance and leaves a bodyguard and chauffeur for her while he returns to his country for a crisis. He didn’t tell her that he had decided this, nor did he tell her that he was the ruling sheik of his country, she had to find out from someone else. After her pregnancy is reported by the bodyguard, she’s whisked off to the desert lands while she’s asleep and expected to fall in line with the palace etiquette and the sheik’s rules.

    I found the hero to be fairly unlikable for the most part, and the heroine to be a doormat. The writing contains quite a few grammatical errors, at least in the beginning, with misspelled words ( ie: wandered for wondered) and improper punctuation. The ending was very abrupt, with all issues seemingly resolved by the sheik’s prowess in bed and the heroine happy with this turn of events.

    There are sexual scenes and some mild violence in this book. I won’t be following this series.

    Heat factor hot.

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  3. andrewsheath
    6 of 6 people found the following review helpful
    4.0 out of 5 stars
    Kam, October 16, 2014
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    What is with the ending it just cuts off, leaving unfinished business. Anyway Kam he’s sweet and I liked him, “I’m glad. Show me where your bedroom is. I have a desire to learn the rest of your body.” Sometimes he has to clear things up with Erin, “make no mistake. We have a relationship, and the endearment most definitely applies to you.” It seems like that’s all he does is clear things up and reassure Erin, “Erin stiffened against him, but feeling his hand run down her back, she relaxed and listened. “You belong to me. You are my responsibility, on I take very seriously. When you willingly put yourself in danger, it is a form of disrespect to me and my position. Do you understand?” This book was alright I really didn’t like how the ending just cut off.

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