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Duty and the Beast (Desert Brothers #1) Download Duty And The Beast Desert Brothers 1 By Trish Morey Contra Rescued From The Clutches Of A Lascivious Prince, Princess Aisha Peshwah Quickly Realizes She S Jumped Out Of The Frying Pan And Headfirst Into The Fire Her Rescuer Is Zoltan Al Farouk Bin Shamal An Unashamed Barbarian Who Must Marry Aisha Himself To Ensure He Is Crowned King.Commanding, Stern And Brutally Attractive, Zoltan Is As Untamed As The Desert He Will Be Master Of Aisha Wants To Resist, But Is Drawn To This Enigmatic Man, And Soon Her Innocent Body Begins To Unravel Beneath His Powerful Possession.

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10 thoughts on “Duty and the Beast (Desert Brothers #1)

  1. says:

    This book was an okay read for me.Could not really connect with Sheikh Zoltan and Princess Aisha at all.Zoltan rescues Aisha at the beginning of the book from his evil half brother,Mustafa I am seriously thinking Lion King evil here Anyways,in order to become king,one of the brot

  2. says:

    The story was promising, The writing style was superb I would have liked this book better if not for Zoltan , he was an obnoxious hero, arrogant, self centred, judgmental, inconsiderate The list is long Aisha was strong not afraid to speak her mind, she maintained an air of dignity Howeve

  3. says:

    This captured by the sheikh story has an unexpected freshness Princess Aisha is ready when mercenaries break in to rescue her from a kidnapping of course her father would arrange it But her satisfaction soon turns to disbelief and horror one of the barbaric mercenaries is actually the heir to a ne

  4. says:

    This review has been hidden because it contains spoilers To view it, click here This one didn t really work for me There was a distance between the hero and heroine for most of the book It was pretty meh The main plot was the hero s family dies in a freak helicopter accident, making him or his 1 2 brother

  5. says:

    This book tell the story of Aisha who was rescued by Zoltan only to know that she is to marry him in few days time Being a strong willed Jemayan Princess, she was adamant to submit to his order but reluctantly relented when she found out that she have no choice marrying Zoltan to reunited both countries or risk his

  6. says:

    I always enjoy a good sheikh tale and this is a good old fashioned forced marriage story Aisha is rescued from the bad guy by his cousin Zoltan, the rightful heir to the throne.A romantic at heart, she is horrified that she is promised in marriage to such a barbarian This is an enjoyable romp with an alpha male sheikh, a fi

  7. says:

    Really enjoyed reading this book Started this morning and I m finished already ZoltanAisha really good couple Sometimes duty must come first But as always love conquers all.

  8. says:

    This is another great story by Trish Morey two people thrown together out of duty to their countries and their adventure to a great Hea

  9. says:

    Review originally featured on Bookluvrs HavenI know this read is a little out of genre norm of YA and zombie fiction that has been the ongoing theme lately on the blog, but I really needed a little quick, escape read One that is filled with action, conflict and a whole lot of romance This Harlequin novel had all I was looking for.I ve read plenty of

  10. says:

    4 STARSI was not sure if I would like this book by reading the back but I did like it.Thier was one love scene that I skipped over I like Aisha and would be mad if my choice was taken from me too At first Zoltan Al Farouk bin Shamal is not to my likeing he is Arogant ,proud and he is right and he is being forced into things too.But theI saw and heard where he

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