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Carrying the Sheikhs Heir The Desert King S Reluctant Bride She D Meant To Have A Baby For Her Sister, But An IVF Clinic Mix Up Means Party Planner Sheridan Sloane Is Now Carrying The Heir Of Rashid Al Hassan, The Desert King Of Kyr Rashid Demands Marriage, But Sheridan Isn T Convinced He S Sinfully Sexy, But His Heart Is Encased In Ice Yet Rashid Will Not Give Her A Choice He Kidnaps Her Swept Away To The Desert Sands, Sheridan Desires Escape But When Rashid Takes Her To His Bed, She Soon Craves Something Else Entirely Can She Thaw This Proud Sheikh S Heart, Or Will She Have To Love Enough For Two


10 thoughts on “Carrying the Sheikhs Heir

  1. says:

    This story had an interesting, yet implausible, premise heroine is impregnated because of a mix up at the sperm bank She was going to have a baby for her sister and brother in law, but now she might be pregnant from the sperm of the hero who is King of Kyr King had his sperm banked in Georgia in case something happened to him before he could sire an heir view spoiler The hero finds out where his long lost sperm have ended up and he coerces the heroine to leave her catering shop and wait out the pregnancy test in the comfort of his palace Heroine resists having sex with the aloof hero for two whole days Hero is aloof and can never love because his first wife died in childbirth Oh, and he hated his father and didn t want to be king but his prequel brother gave up the throne to marry an American.While she is waiting to find out if she s pregnant, heroine befriends puppies, makes napkin sculptures for the fancy dinners, befriends the chefs and generally makes herself a sunny addition to the palace Heroine is pregnant They are getting married because heroine won t leave her child and the sex is good When they find out that the heroine is pregnant with twins, the hero shuts down emotionally and goes off to the desert because he can t love Heroine hears he s going to take a second wife For the first time in her life, she decides to do something for herself She s g...


  2. says:

    4.5 Stars This was another fabulously intense HP So good that I read it on the average of once every month or two I understand what HPs are all about, sure I do because over the years I ve read enough of them Unfortunately, I ve not cared for the majority Honestly, they are not my favorite because the alphas are so many times over the top, cruel, dishonoring, elitist, too handsome for their own good, and manhoes extraordinaireand that s the short list The way some of the heroes are written I am many times left in doubt of their capabilities of remaining faithful to their fiancees or wives because they are so used to the multitudes of women dropping at their feet, which sickens me a bit Many have bedded women than the number of people I know on this earth I usually choose to avoid them unless I have a recommendation from my reading friends I just get a little tired of all the secrecy and miscommunications and then there are the books similar to this one where the prince king sheikh marries someone they don t love or want because of a pregnancy and the hero refuses to love again since once upon a time they lost someone they loved deeply And lest ...


  3. says:

    Sheridan is pregnant with the shut down Rashid, King of Kyr, aka Lion of Kyr which I think is totally cool title She gets pregnant because she is supposed to have her whiny, incredibly ungrateful, wimpy sister s baby Annie never makes a personal appearance in the book, but her off stage presence is SOOOOO annoying and selfish The bratty sister rises again it s one of those tropes I have no patience for.Anyhoo, Sheridan s bright sparkly personality t...


  4. says:

    I like my heroines virginal and my heroes super alpha This book had neither.


  5. says:

    A woman in America was supposed to receive her brother in law s sperm She received yours instead Rashid s blood ran hot and then cold He feltviolated.When a few lines into the book, you read this I don t know whether to laugh or cry I know it s no laughing matter And yet he had no choice If the woman was pregnant, she was his.Of course, if you knew what Rashid bin Zaid al Hassan, the new King of Kyr, has already been through, you ll understand this statement That incident has turned his heart to ice.We are then introduced to the woman in America as Sheridan Sloane, who wanted to act as a surrogate to her older sister Annie Not only because it was a good thing to do due to the problems Annie had, but because she felt guilty of being the better one among the two.I d never want to be in Sheridan s shoes Such a strange place to be in while going through so tough a time Rashid feels guilty of leaving her all by herself but, what to do, he can t get over his past, it s not that easy, after all.This book tries to actively dispel many preconceived notions about the Arab world, their people But what I m seeing nowadays, I still find some things difficult to believe And of course the book is a fiction, so I ll leave it at that Almost half of the book isis she or...


  6. says:

    Carrying the Sheikh s Heir by Lynn Raye Harris is a 2014 Harlequin Presents publication I was provided a copy of this book in exchange for an honest review.Sheridan Sloane only wanted to help her fragile sister achieve her greatest dream Ann was unable to have children and Sheridan felt so guilty about how things turned out for Ann due the financial issues her parents had So, she agreed to IVF and is all set to have a child for her sister Now she is being informed that there had been a mix up and she was inseminated with the sperm of the wrong donor When Rashid Al Hassan discovers the mix up he flies to the states to confront the woman who could be carrying his heir This is of course a very serious situation,but you will laugh out loud at Rashid, He can t imagine the mother of HIS child working in a shop while she carried the child of a king He is of course very cautious with people and refuses to open himself up for any kind of pain or heartbreak So, he comes off as being supremely arrogant and overly formal Then he really does become quite difficult as it becomes clear Sheridan has no intentions of doing what he wants A man accustomed to money and power and certainly unaccust...


  7. says:

    Any good sister knows it is always the right thing to help out your sibling when you are able to and of course when it is just and fair So our heroine in this book helping out her sister by agreeing to have a baby for her, makes this a number one heroine in my book.But imagine if you had to be the one that does this loving deed for your sister and then the clinic informs you Whoops sorry, we made a mistake And instead you may not be pregnant with your sister s child, you might be expecting the child of a King Some woman may think it s not all that bad, the King might be happy and just maybe this can all work out, but of course life is never as plain sailing as that So when the heroine in this read Sheridan leans of the mishap she is furious, sad and confused and does not know which way to turn.But this is not the worst part at all, nope suddenly the King himself makes an appearance and he is in no mood for games or female what if s King Rashid will not wait to discover if Sheridan is carrying his heir, instead he kidnaps her and takes her back to his country, only once he has her there he s not so sure what to do with her I loved this read, it was sweet and kind the one moment and hot and passionate the next and then it dropped to such vivid emotional heartspoken sweetness I broke out in tears Sheridan ...


  8. says:

    I might re read later, to see if I feel the same The dynamics of the hero towards the heroine made me a little cold He d touch her, and they explode in passion, and each time afterwards he would emotionally physically really withdraw Objectively yes, this is how the heroine reels in the giant feisty fish with a lot of fireworks, and Yes, he had a trauma from his past.but If I were a pregnant female, with my emotions getting played with each time, AND literally trapped by a rich man in a fancy prison with zero legal rights, I d either be looking for a way to get out either lie or FAKE a miscarriage, or needing to visit sick parents and running to the nearest lawyer notifying the embassy, and learn how to get legal protections for myself and the kid And then make this guy prove he s 1 stable, 2 has sincere feelings towards me, with say a 4 6 months at least of courtship I think she really took emotional chances, exposed vulnerabilit...


  9. says:

    WARNING Some spoilers ahead.I m not sure how to rate this exactly There were a lot of things I absolutely loved about this book I really enjoyed how the relationship blossomed between the hero heroine The epilogue was wonderful and very touching.However, the premise for the story mixup with sperm at fertility clinic eye roll was ridiculous I am VERY easy going with my suspension of disbelief, but this was a really horrible premise for a story On top of that, there is a scene in the book that has a TSTL moment with the heroine that made no sense Riding a horse is unsafe when you re pregnant and with TWINS no less but to go into a desert, during a storm at NIGHT in an area that is totally foreign to you No one would ever be that stupid Not even a Harlequin heroine who is desperate to find her man.And then she is miraculously saved, literally in the nick of time, by her husband just before she is mauled by a pack of jackals.Dude Justno.This story did not need all that crazy s...


  10. says:

    I have waited for this book to be released , and it did not disappoint I m a sucker for a good romance, with light humor, sparks that fly, and chemistry that sizzles I loved the way Sheridan would put Rashid in his place He is a king, and everyone bows to him Sheridan is American, and she bows to no one Sheridan had agreed to have a baby for her sister Her sister, had tried for many years to conceive, but couldn t have a baby naturally The clinic made a mistake, and she found out she was pregnant, and the father was from another country The next thing she knew is a limousine pulled up outside of her small business, and a tall dark and handsome stranger was in her shop Sparks flew right away when he kidnapped her to take her back to his pala...


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