Eu escolhi um livrinho sobre Sheikhs para aliviar a mente fui revisitar esta s rie que bem legal Sheikh Nicholas Al Rashid, Lion of the Desert and Sublime Heir to the Imperial Throne of Quidar, what else can you say about this sexy, Handsome Prince That he was in New York and mistook his sister s intention of a birthday present and ran into a woman that had been in his head for years The meeting of this Prince and Amanda was fantastic, sexy and hot hot hot He s a Prince from an ancient land but she s a New Yorker with an ancient attitude that few can handle This book is so romantic, se Sheikh Nicholas Al Rashid, Lion of the Desert and Sublime Heir to the Imperial Throne of Quidar, what else can you say about this sexy, Handsome Prince That he was in New York and mistook his sister s intention of a birthday present and ran into a woman that had been in his head for years The meeting of this Prince and Amanda was fantastic, sexy and hot hot hot He s a Prince from an ancient land but she s a New Yorker with an ancient attitude that few can handle This book is so romantic, sexy and funny that I caught myself laughing out loud Especially when she used the title your Royal Hideousness She was was disrespectful and funny and he took it like a champ, I loved his character This book was really awesome and I recommend it highly If the power imbalances inherent in sheikh romances creep you out, this probably won t be the book that changes your mind Nicholas is sort of a reluctant sheikh, angry about desert savage stereotypes, yet he falls easily back into the role whenever he s crossed Although his empassioned resistance to falling in love is classic Marton, it s a bit hard to cheer on a romance hero who casually mentions he could have the heroine s tongue cut out for insolence.I think I would have liked thisif If the power imbalances inherent in sheikh romances creep you out, this probably won t be the book that changes your mind Nicholas is sort of a reluctant sheikh, angry about desert savage stereotypes, yet he falls easily back into the role whenever he s crossed Although his empassioned resistance to falling in love is classic Marton, it s a bit hard to cheer on a romance hero who casually mentions he could have the heroine s tongue cut out for insolence.I think I would have liked thisif it hadn t had such a weak, meandering first half the story is tighter andexciting in the second half, but by then it was apparently too late for me to get caught up and enjoy the crazy ride without being perturbed by how creepy it was Or maybe I just neededfrom the ending to make it work I m pretty sure I read this, but I can t remember how much I liked it. i was confused at how to rate the book the book was gud enough however, nick s constant bad temper bothered me and he cud act like he was totally insane i guess it s ok in novels but he can t just jump on a woman bcoz she s in his bedroom he acted like he s mentally deranged and a rapist add to dat i thought both main characters behavior were totally illogical and unreal these things really only happened in books, a sheikh falling in love in 4 days wid an american woman he found in his be i was confused at how to rate the book the book was gud enough however, nick s constant bad temper bothered me and he cud act like he was totally insane i guess it s ok in novels but he can t just jump on a woman bcoz she s in his bedroom he acted like he s mentally deranged and a rapist add to dat i thought both main characters behavior were totally illogical and unreal these things really only happened in books, a sheikh falling in love in 4 days wid an american woman he found in his bedroom still very enjoyable 1.5 3 stars Yes, Nicolas is despicable on some aspects, but tell me who is not Was Amanda less faultless anywhere when she let her heart ruled and shut her mind to everything even when Marta warned her that she had a bad feeling about Amanda going with Nick to Quidar It is futile, I believe, on readers part to expect some proper perfect stories When human nature is faulty , how can we raise fingers on the imagined characters Sheikh Nicholas al Rashid hailed in his homeland as the Lion of the DesertAmanda Benning beautiful stepdaughter of Jonas Baron and interior designer, commissioned to refurbish Nick al Rashid s already luxurious Manhattan apartmentNick is intent on making Amanda his mistress Does he really want her for herself, or to have his revenge Sheikh Nicholas al Rashid hailed in his homeland as the Lion of the DesertAmanda Benning beautiful stepdaughter of Jonas Baron and interior designer, commissioned to refurbish Nick al Rashid s already luxurious Manhattan apartmentNick is intent on making Amanda his mistress Does he really want her for herself, or to have his revenge I found this book to be alright but like the book after this one, the hero was arrogant and a pervert, in a big way He immediately saw the heroine and assumed she was there for a night of fun Ick He seemed to think he was god s gift and that no woman could deny him Thank the gods for gullible heroines or else these heroes would never get anywhere in life