This contemporary romantic comedy by Lizabeth Scott is the first of the three-book Hearts of Gold series. Each story can be read as a standalone but I know you don’t want to leave a sister out!
Rose Gold overheard her boss, the only reason they chose her to represent Royston Oil was because Sheik Rashid had a thing for blondes. Instead of getting angry at their obvious stereotyping she decided to show them a thing or two. She would get the Sheik's signature on the oil processing rights by using nothing more than her skills and intelligence.
What Rose hadn’t planned on was Sheik Rashid’s lack of interest in meeting with her. But, she had a plan. He’d canceled on her for the last time. Little did Rose know, but her plan would lead to a night of unrivaled pleasure at the hands of one dreamy Sheik, a bed with handcuffs, and fireworks. Lots and lots of fireworks.
The next morning a dazed and horrified Rose fled the palace in secret and flew back home with the processing rights unsigned which would be the least of her problems. It seems she brought back a surprise souvenir from the sheik.
Rose couldn’t stop thinking about him and that night. Now she worried what his reaction would be to her news.
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A sheik for rose
Not very good
Awkward voice and shallow plot
This book was difficult to read because of the way it was written. It was... stilted? It was also very shallow with little development of characters. Information was given about them, but not in a way that makes a reader invested.
A Sheik for Rose
I enjoyed reading it but found it lacking. It was on the verge of being unbelievable.