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The Mistress Bride MARRIED TO HIS MISTRESS The Whole World Was Interested In Sheikh Raschid Al Kadah And Evie Delahaye Despite Fierce Opposition From Their Families Their Passionate, High Profile Affair Had Lasted For Two Ecstatic Years But Everyone Knew That Soon The Relationship Would Have To End Raschid Was Expected To Marry An Arabian Princess, Evie S Mother Was Pushing Her Towards A Member Of The English Aristocracy And Time Was Running OutThen Evie Discovered She Was Carrying Raschid S Baby

10 thoughts on “The Mistress Bride

  1. says:

    This review has been hidden because it contains spoilers To view it, click here Re The Mistress Bride Michelle Reid tries her hand at asorta realistic Shiekhy Lurve romance in this contribution to the HP general Society Weddings series a

  2. says:

    3 1 2 stars I m not a fan of sheikh stories, so MR had to work hard to win me over I think what I liked best was that the author didn t gloss over the problems of a western woman involved with a man from the Middle East There were prejudices from

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    I m in the minority on this one it seems.I think what bothered me was that in this case the pregnancy was SUCH a cop out It s a well used trope in mistress plots In fact, it usually doesn t bother me because it really makes the H face up to his feelings for

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    Very mixed emotions So much was done right, then not It s still a good angsty read, and I felt the language and poetry better done than most Harlequins.As just about every other reviewer has said, the Sheikh romance is not my go to romance This tale had a strong whif

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    This one was very different from most HPs The 2 of them had been lovers for the last two years which neither family liked However, now she is pregnant and he is being pressured to marry a nice girl from his own culture So the story involves them deciding to be together anyway

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    2.75 STARS This wasn t too terrible of a story Wish I had feltconnection between the main characters I also think I m out of touch with the culture of the Hero His culture and offstandish ways didn t exactly have me rooting for Raschid and Evie to get married There was plenty of drama i

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    I never felt heroine s love for the hero Hero was smitten with her and did everything in his power to make their relationship work but she never met him halfway Plus I felt the author was very insulting to the Arabian culture.

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    This review has been hidden because it contains spoilers To view it, click here She wasn t good enough for marriage until she became preggers Of course after the fact, he was willing to fight and figure out a way to marry her for the baby s sake This made me wonder why he wouldn t just for the heroine, whe

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    Evie and Raschid come from very different worlds For the past two years they have been conducting a very public affair to the chagrin and consternation of both families They know that their time together is limited since Raschid will one day become king and must marry a woman from his own country Evie becomes pregna

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    The Mistress Bride is the story of Rashid and Evie, and has got to be one of the best mistress baby trope books Ive ever read.Sheikh Raschid Al Kadah and Evie Delahaye both belong to royalty from different parts of the world and both face opposition from their respective parents and fascination from the rest of the world but

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