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by Kate Hewitt

eBook The Sheikh's Love-Child download ISBN: 037312838X
Author: Kate Hewitt
Publisher: Harlequin Presents; Original edition (June 30, 2009)
Language: English
ePub: 1381 kb
Fb2: 1974 kb
Rating: 4.7
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Category: Literature
Subcategory: Womens Fiction

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The Sheikh's Love–childKate HewittWith butterflies fluttering in her stomach, Lucy Banks has arrived in the desert kingdom of Biryal – with a secret! Seeing Sheikh Khaled – the man who once loved and left her – at home in his sumptuous royal palace, Lucy is blown away by his barbaric magnificence. He's king of the desert, his eyes are blacker and harder than before, and he's no longer the man she once knew. Kate Hewitt discovered her first Mills & Boon romance on a trip to England when she was thirteen and she's continued to read them ever since. She wrote her first story at the age of five, simply because her older brother had written one and she thought she could do it, too.

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Seeing Sheikh Khaled-the man who once loved and left her-in his sumptuous royal palace, Lucy is blown away by his barbaric magnificence: he's king of the desert and his eyes are blacker and harder than before. He's not the man she once knew.

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Seeing Sheikh Khaled – the man who once loved and left her – at home in his sumptuous royal palace, Lucy is blown away by his barbaric magnificence: he’s king of the desert, his eyes are blacker and harder than before, and he’s no longer the man she once knew. She wants to run away from his overwhelming masculinity

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The sheikh's love-child. Seeing Sheikh Khaled-the man who once loved and left her-in his sumptuous royal palace, Lucy is blown away by his barbaric magnificence: he's king of the desert and his eyes are blacker and harder than before. She wants to run away from his overwhelming masculinity, but they're inextricably bound forever. for he is the father of her son"-Page 2 of cover. The Sheikh's Love-Child.

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With butterflies fluttering in her stomach, Lucy Banks has arrived in the desert kingdom of Biryal—with a secret!Seeing Sheikh Khaled—the man who once loved and left her—in his sumptuous royal palace, Lucy is blown away by his barbaric magnificence: he's king of the desert and his eyes are blacker and harder than before. He's not the man she once knew. She wants to run away from his overwhelming masculinity, but they're inextricably bound forever…for he is the father of her son.
Comments: (5)
Delari
I have read my share of romance and this one was the only one I openly disliked. I'm sorry to say that the story is contrived and unrealistic, even for a romance mush book. Do not get me wrong I love soap operas, as long as I get feisty heroine and decently fleshed hero, I'm happy. But I couldn't find any redeeming qualities in the 'one-track-feel-sorry-for-me' hero and the barely there heroine. I also had some problems with the factual information, I felt was inaccurate and/or not well researched. My reasons below give spoilers so continue with caution.

SPOILERS BEGIN HERE:
Plot: A rugby star has serious injury and flees to his desert home. His girlfriend informs him 3 years later that he has a son. Thinking (illogically) that he will not be iterested in the first born son that is by any sense the next crown prince.

Some issues I had with the book:

1: How can the SOLE son of a king be 'worthless' ending up in London and playing an international championates of a game (rugby) that is for its violence looked down upon through out the rest of the world and played only in the USA. Then have injury and bang...become the crown prince in the span of 4 years with no explanation how did that ... miracle ... came about.
Please note that it has been pointed out to me that the son was illegitimate... but there is no mention or hint of such illegitimacy in the book as far as I'm aware of. Furthermore even if he had been illegitimate, under sharia if he is the ONLY offspring of the father he is legitimate, as long as the father accepts him as the 'fruit-of-his-loins' so to speak, and or his paternity can be proved.

2: No american would call it 'rugby' but (american) football.
Please note that if the book is published in US, by US publishing house their editor should have corrected this. The author is using British terms and non US cultural references, that are different enough to cause some confusions.

3: This book is full of small contradictions, that ruin the story as a whole:
'My son is 3' followed by 'he goes to school next year' ..... what school has 4 year old first-graders?
'The wedding will be in a fortnight' followed by ' few days later he anounced that the wedding is a fortnight from today' .... what is with that timeline? And why is everything happening either in 'few days' or in 'fortnight' and '4 days'???

4: The dialogs are not making any sense. They both say things unrelated to the issues they are discussing.

5: There are only 2 characters. Both are flat, underdeveloped, UNLIKABLE and frankly very .... dense... All others are shadows passing by.

When I get the 'blue mood' I enjoy a 'romantic mush' as this category is often called, but trust me on this: this is the worst book I was unfortunate enough to read and I do have 1600 + books behind me!
Lesesshe
Soooodo not agree with Minehava's review of this book, complaining about how it should be american football iso rugby, etc. This book is partly set in England, where the glorious sport of rugby is played (as well as in over 100 countries worldwide)- you know, the hands-on body contact sports where the players are not covered head to toe in protective gear :-)
In many European countries children start going to school at age 4- it's called kindergarten, and is 'school'; so 3-year-old would be going to school 'next year'.

Khaled is a great wounded hero, who was self-absorbed 4 years ago, but faced with a son he knew nothing about as a consequence of a decision then, now he is coming round. Lucy has abandonment issues dating back to childhood, and the two of them go through a fair amount of ups and downs before the happy end. An epilogue would have been a nice addition though.

Kate Hewitt knows how to portrait a wounded hero. Bring us more, please!
Tolrajas
They were an item while he played in rugby in the UK. But an injury ended not only his ability to play but it ended the lovers. Now four years later the team is in his country. And she has something to tell him. Will all be forgiven or will she leave him just like he did her?
Ydely
Kate Hewitt has yet again written a very intense and beautiful love wtory in The Sheikh's Love-Child. It's a wild as the desert and so intense at times one will find themselves holding their breath and want to pound some sense into both Sheikh Khaled and Lucy Banks.

Four years earlier the final blow was given to Sheikh Khaled, his knee was in shattered and at some time in his life he might be wheelchair bound so he leaves his beloved rugby team and his lover behind without a word to return to his country and the desert. It's obvious reading about their past that their relationship was fast and furious and very intense and it's also left behind a woman with a broken heart, one that never had a chance to tell him they had a son, not matter how hard she tried to reach him.

Now, Lucy Banks finds herself on a plane with the English rugby team as their physiotherapist flying to Khaled's country Biryal for a rugby match. She not only has a responsibility to the team but to tell her ex-lover they have a son and is scarred to death to see and tell him about Sam.

He has changed.....he's intense, brooding, angry and dark but he's still has the power to hurt her. Their first initial meeting is horrible as he doesn't give her the time of day. I promise anyone who reads this, prepare yourself because time after time one will definitely feel the pain they both inflict on each other. The only time they seem to agree is concerning their son and it was so sweet to read about their first meeting and watch this dark sheikh soften while around his son.

Like all love stories and especially this particular one, there are so many secrets and issues to get past, it becomes overwhelming at times. Sometimes the only way is to forge ahead and forgive and let the past go. Their attempt is to have a marriage of convenience for the sake of their son. But at what cost?

I can only say when they both finally come to terms with their past and I also mean abandonment issues, trust, they way they were raised and the way they can move forward, have a box of Kleenex on standby as it's quite a spectacular ending as only Kate Hewitt can pen!
Vosho
This book is ok. I love sheik romances but this one was not doing it for me. It could have been more the misunderstanding gave me headaches. I'm not being mean but read at your own risk blah blah blah.Reviewed by