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To Defy a Sheikh PDF/EPUB Û To Defy  Epub / The cost of defiancePrincess Samarah Al Azem knows you cannot rush revenge Having bided her time, she s finally ready to bring down Ferran, her kingdom s enemy and the man who took everything from her In the still of night, she lies in wait in his bedchamber It isn t the first time Sheikh Ferran has found himself at the edge of an assassin s blade but never has it been wielded by such a beautiful assailant Soon he has her at his mercy something he s wanted for years Now Samarah must decide imprisonment in a cell or in diamond shackles as his wife


10 thoughts on “To Defy a Sheikh

  1. Sandra Sandra says:

    Princess Samarah Al Azem is waiting to assassinate Sheikh Ferran Bashar inside his palace bedchamber She has a cloth soaked in chloroform in her hand and a knife in her robe When Ferran, ruler of Khadra appears, Samarah looks in his eyes and hesitates, and then they fight Ferran wins He wants to know who sent her to kill him and why He discovers that she is Princess Samarah, who is believ


  2. Jenny Jenny says:

    Heroine is an ex Princess and our hero Ferran is the Sheikh who killed her father when she was only a little girl Now 16 years later Samarah has become a warrior princess, a strong and beautiful woman who wants revenge for losing her family and her home She attacks Sheikh Ferran tries to kill him but she fails He demands marriage to unite their nations or else imprisonment in a cell Samarah


  3. Chantal ❤️ Chantal ❤️ says:

    This review has been hidden because it contains spoilers To view it, click here Personal note 16 years apart Wow that is just way too long


  4. Susan in Perthshire Susan in Perthshire says:

    This review has been hidden because it contains spoilers To view it, click here Another fabulous read from Maisey Yates Interesting plotting and great character development I loved the way the the heroine was strong and powerful and literally pushed the hero into their happy ever after Both of them had angst and tragedy in their past and had dealt with it in different ways Maisey writes so well th


  5. Ipshita Ranjana Ipshita Ranjana says:

    To Defy a Sheikh by Maisey Yates is clearly no ordinary sheikh story as can be easily determined by the blurb Apart from the fact that the heroine is an assassin, there were many things which does not categorize this story in the ordinary Sheikh romance trope I loved this one for its unconventionality and superb character development.Ferran and Samarah are both weighed down by their kingdoms complica


  6. Charlie Charlie says:

    This review has been hidden because it contains spoilers To view it, click here There is not much to not like about this book but it not really a modern romance Take away the cars and the western suits and this tale could be straight out of Arabian Nights.There are assassins, murder love and revenge all making for a pretty unique plot.The h is wanting revenge on her fathers death at the hands of the H a


  7. Sue Gerhardt Griffiths Sue Gerhardt Griffiths says:

    When times call for a quick read I occasionally turn to a Mills Boon book To Defy a Sheikh by Maisey Yates is my first ever sheikh story I loved the hilarious banter between the two central characters but unfortunately sheikh stories and sheikh s are not my cup of tea and the storyline seemed just a little silly to me Book Y of the a z author challenge 2018 When times call for a quick read I occasionally t


  8. Jonel Jonel says:

    I love Yates writing style She never fails to drawn me in This simultaneously unique and genre specific storyline did keep my attention throughout She develops the storyline and settings beautifully, allowing readers to picture each and every aspect of it.Although the characters in this novel were quite well developed, the way in which Yates developed them made it difficult for me to really connect with and c


  9. Melissa Melissa says:

    The Yates magic is back I was a little leery of reading this sheikh romance because the last one by Yates was a long slog But not this one it starts with the heroine attempting to assassinate the hero Very much an enemies to lovers trope Their back stories was deeply ugly, but that ugliness does bond them to each at first You can see the evolution of character as both individuals and as a couple, and you really


  10. Dabney Dabney says:

    Ms Yates has written what might be a perfect sheikh book The hero is wonderfully tortured and the heroine is a kick ass smart mouth It s as if Buffy were dropped into the desert and stayed to fall in love I enjoyed this story immensely


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