At the Sheikh's Command

At the Sheikh s Command Abbie Cavanaugh s brother is in jail Abbie can obtain his freedom but only if she marries the Sheikh of Barakhara The explosive passion between Prince Malik and Abbie could turn a marriage of convenie

  • Title: At the Sheikh's Command
  • Author: Kate Walker
  • ISBN: 9780373125760
  • Page: 325
  • Format: Paperback
  • Abbie Cavanaugh s brother is in jail Abbie can obtain his freedom but only if she marries the Sheikh of Barakhara The explosive passion between Prince Malik and Abbie could turn a marriage of convenience into one of Eastern promise But neither Abbie nor Malik knows the other s real identity Can their marriage survive once the truth is revealed

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    About “Kate Walker”

    1. Kate Walker

      I was born in Nottinghamshire, England, but I didn t live there for very long The family moved to West Yorkshire when I was just eighteen months old and so I have always regarded Yorkshire as my home I grew up there as the middle child in a family of five all girls in a home where books were vitally important and I read anything I could get my hands on.Even before I could write I was making up stories My mother tells the story of me recounting the tale of the Three Little Raindrops Drippy, Droppy and Droopy to my two younger sisters when I was four I can t remember a time when I wasn t scribbling away at something, and I wrote my first book when I was eleven, an adventure story, most of it in secret in lessons at school particularly maths lessons, which I hated.But everyone, particularly teachers and my parents, told me that I would never make a living as a writer, and I should work towards a secure career So I decided instead that if I couldn t write books, I could at least work with them and so I settled for becoming a librarian On leaving school, I went to the University College of Wales Aberystwyth where I studied English and Librarianship for my degree.More importantly, university was also where I met my husband who was also studying English there We married and moved back north, eventually settling in Lincolnshire Here I worked as a children s librarian until I left work when my son was born.After three years of being a full time housewife and mother, I was ready for a new challenge, but needed something I could do at home, and so I turned to my old love of writing My first attempts at novels were written on the kitchen table, often late into the night when my son was asleep or during a few snatched hours when he was out at nursery school.The first two novels sent off to Harlequin Mills Boon were rejected, but the third attempt was successful I can still remember the moment that a letter arrived instead of the rejection slip I had been dreading I think I must have read it over and over at least a hundred times before the reality of what it said sank in, and for days I kept checking it just to make sure I wasn t dreaming In 1984, THE CHALK LINE was published just in time to be one of my best Christmas presents ever.Fitting in hobbies around working and being a wife and mother can be difficult, but I always find time to read I love all sorts of fiction, especially Romance, obviously I also enjoy historical novels, detective fiction and long, absorbing biographies about fascinating people and I can spend hours in bookshops just browsing I enjoy knitting and embroidery, but I rarely get time to do either now that I m a full time writer I also love looking round antique fairs or junk shops, hoping to add to my collection of Victorian embroidery During my working hours my four cats, all adopted from the RSPCA, usually keep me company in my study, though they have to be dissuaded from sitting on the piles of papers that they are convinced are there just for them.I love to travel and visit new places, especially places with an interesting history, and I always enjoy visiting old castles or stately homes and imagining how the people who used to live there spent their days.I m often asked if I m a romantic sort of person because I specialise in writing Romances Well, if being romantic means caring about other people enough to make that extra special effort, then yes, I am Romance is about making the important people in your life feel valued and letting them know that you care But I also write about relationships and the difficulties people sometimes have in understanding each other, or expressing affection, or overcoming problems.Sometimes when the right words won t come, or an idea hasn t worked out as I d thought, I wonder why I don t have some regular nine to five job, but when the story s flowing and the characters come alive, I really can t imagine a

    484 thoughts on “At the Sheikh's Command”

    1. This was one of the few books to make me angry so far. I can't believe how the heroine throws herself at a man who's not only a complete stranger but also for all she knows bent on letting her brother rot in a dark prison cell for the rest of his life. She acts like a total whI've got nothing against instant attraction or w/e but here, really?! She's both totally stupid and tart-ish. Especially being the typical HQ heroine virgin.e's so out of character, I can't find the words for it. No one - n [...]

    2. Está buena la química entre los protagonistas. Pero la heroína es medio insoportable y se regala muy fácil. Las escenas entre ambos me gustaron mucho, pero no sirven para que le ponga más estrellas.

    3. 1.5 Stars. What did I just read? This was so boring, I had to finish reading to see what the .f. was going to happen. My eyes rolled back into my head and stayed there.

    4. Abbie Cavanaugh Peeked Out The Window To See A Tall Golden Man Get Out The Limo, He Had Her Nineteen Year Old Bother's Fate In His Hands. Andy Had Stupidly Pocketed Some Barkhara Artifacts! With Months Of Negotiations, She Just Wanted Her Brother Home, With Her Father And The Sheik Talking In The Library All She Heard Was The Mumble Of Voices Through The Thick Doors As She Passed To Go To Her Room. In Her Room, She Took Off The Horrible Apron, Splashed Her Face In The Bathroom And Became More An [...]

    5. It's a harlequin you know what you are reading it for, and for that it delivers decently. Nothing original here, same song, same dance, different names. Another cookie cutter romance sure to mildly satisfy. (This is my standard review for these very standard books.)

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