What this sultan wants, he gets!
Catrin Thomas was an ordinary girl from the Welsh valleys when she was swept into a steamy affair with the sexy Murat, a desert sultan! But when she discovered his aides were brokering a marriage to a suitable virgin bride she left, heartbroken.
With an entire kingdom at his command, Murat’s furious that Catrin is the one person to defy him – whatever she thinks, she will be by his side again.
Only Murat will find this Catrin isn’t the sweet, amenable plaything of before but a formidable woman! Smart, feisty, and tantalising him at every turn…
‘The chemistry on every page is electric!’ – Hope, 67, Salisbury
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Fascinating, sizzling, sensual story from a great, classic writer!
This is the stuff which makes the Modern genre of Romance so attractive. Sharon has once again spun a tale of love and romance to prove that true love never runs smooth with plenty of meaningful repartee and loving actions between Catrin and Murat. It whisks you away to faraway places which spell a world of fantasy which is also realistic. Ten out of ten indeed !
The final book of the Desert Men of Qurhah trilogy.
Although I'm not overkeen on Sheikh/Arab stories this was mostly set in London and Paris and while Murat's position as a Sultan was basic to the plot it it didn't stifle the book to any extent.
Although conditioned by his heritage and at first wanting to have his cake and eat it Murat comes to realise his love is more important and he had a lovely mellow side to his character.
Catrin was a likable "ordinary" girl, slightly gullible, seemingly strong-willed but unable to hold to her principles at the final moment although she finally came good.
I did feel the plot was unbelievable in that if a Sultan was keeping a Welsh mistress in London the Press would have been all over it however this was a solidly enjoyable read.
Eight point five out of ten
Not for me
I didn't finish this book but that's b/c I couldn't stand the heroine in it. The epilogue didn't end the story the dialogue in the epilogue felt a bit 'forced'
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