The Sheik's Scandal By Elizabeth Lennox Ebook Download


About The Sheik's Scandal

She fell in love with the enemy!  
Princess Talia el Raminar briefly saw a man through a doorway…and never knew how much he would change her life.  She fell in love with the mysterious man named Santos, enthralled by the intensity of his touch as well as their conversations and the way he could make her laugh.  The way he could help her forget the painful past.  But a crisis ends their affair too quickly and she thinks she’ll never see him again. 

Sheik Santos el Fazir can’t get the woman out of his mind.  Nor can he discover her identity!  When he finally sees her again, he’s fascinated, charmed and enchanted.  Then disaster strikes and he must return to his country, but determined to see her again.  Unfortunately, he sees her with the enemy!  Was she a spy?  Or were her feelings for him genuine?  He’s so in love with Talia that he can’t trust his own feelings.  But when he discovers that their desire for each other has some amazing consequences, Santos is determined to make things right.

Another good story by author who consistently delivers.

Love this entire series! Another great ready by Elizabeth Lennox!

I loved this sweet love story

Very enjoyable! Sweet romance

In The Sheikhs Scandal Princess Talia Raminar has met someone who fascinates her. Little does she know that the man Santos is Santos Fazier and he and her brother Galen are negotiating to bring peace to their countries. Santos is from Padar a country bordering Talia’s country Izara. She is the head of public services for the country. The two of them are attracted to each other and when they finally connect for dinner neither knows the others power only first names! An attack on one of Izara’s villages forces both Galen and Talia back to their homeland and all fingers are pointing to Santos’ country as doing the attack. This is a great story as the mystery unravels and Talia faces the biggest challenge how to handle her relationship with Santos who has said some hurtful things and stops all contact. Another great Lennox read!


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