Nicolette Ducasse would do anything for her family, even head to a
country and pretend to be her sister!
Nic refuses to let her sister Chantal, another
Ducasse Princess, travel
to Baraka and marry Sultan Malik Roman Nuri.
Chantal, still trying to overcome from her abusive
marriage and losing
her daughter Lilly to her deceased husbands family, was in no condition
marry another. Nic puts her plan into
motion that she will impersonate Chantal for awhile, break the
return home. But, Nic never imagined
Malik Nuri to be one sexy Sultan and soon finds herself over her head
wedding plans, classes about Baraka history and in the middle of
kisses that she is quickly becoming addicted to.
Princess to do when she’s gun-shy about marriage and falling for a
Malik Roman Nuri picked Princess Chantal Ducasse to be his Queen. He is anxious to have her come to Baraka and
begin their life together. But when she
arrives, Malik is faced with a woman who is independent, not easily
she lights a fire within his heart and soul that can’t be put out. Everything he had planned turns to chaos
as Malik learns that his soon to be Queen isn’t quite what he expected,
wants her just the same.
get his bride to the altar or will she fight him every step of the way?
romances her characters and readers in her latest release, The
Sultan’s Bought Bride.
This is book one of The Princess
Brides Trilogy and there are many characters within this book that
to see have their own stories! Malik is
a hero that makes a woman sigh with just one glance from him. He is wonderful, sensual, caring and very
intelligent. Nicolette meets her match
in Malik and it’s thrilling and wondrous to watch the romance unfold
and see it
conquer these characters.
The Sultan’s Bought Bride is another hit for Jane
Porter and another
keeper for my bookshelf. I enjoyed it
immensely and loved the surprises in store for Nic.
This is a fast-paced, one-sitting read that I
laughed over and found myself shedding a couple tears for.
I am eager as never before for the next Jane
Porter release. Each story seems better
than the last and as a fan, I love that she continues to keep her
their toes! I can’t wait to see which
Princess Bride walks down the altar and the groom who will be waiting
her! Take a trip to Baraka, fall in love
with a Sultan and enjoy the feisty Princess he tries to get to the
trip well worth it!
The Princess Trilogy:
Book 2: The
Greek’s Royal Mistress– Mills & Boon Edition – July 2004
Presents Edition – September 2004)
Book 3: The Italian’s Virgin Princess –
Mills & Boon Edition – September 2004 (Harlequin Presents Edition –
Reviewed by Tracey West
for The Road
April 25, 2004