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Iar feeling desire Drawn into Nadim's sensual world Iseult feels like a beautiful confident woman for the first timeBut she must remember the sheikh's cast iron ru. I was not swept up into this romance and I place all of the blame firmly at the feet of the grim hero He is so far from my ideal mate that I could not buy into this love story He never shows tenderness toward the heroine and their courtship was non existent Instead Nadim spent most of the first half of the book yelling at Iseult or browbeating her It s hard for me to be won over by a guy who intimidates the heroine most of the book Tall man riding. remember the sheikh's cast iron The 7 Components of Transformative Organizing Theory ru. I was not swept up into this The Big Golden Book of Poetry romance and I place all of the blame firmly at the feet of the grim hero He is so far from my ideal mate that I could not buy into this love story He never shows tenderness toward the heroine and their courtship was non existent Instead Nadim spent most of the first half of the book yelling at Iseult or browbeating her It s hard for me to be won over by a guy who intimidates the heroine most of the book

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Breaking the Sheikh's Rules

Until Sheikh Nadim bought her family's stud farm As part of the deal she must work at his royal stablesNadim enrages Iseultbut he also inspires a unwelcome unfamil. Very emotional story of a tomboy horse trainer and the sheikh that broke through her defenses only to reject her

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The huge imposing castle and the barren terrain of Merkazad are a far cry from the modest farm and the emerald fields that horsewoman Iseult calls home Or used to. 3 12 stars Decent story but the hero was a little too mean for my tastes I needed to see them happy together in the story not just at the end when he suddenly decided he could love her


10 thoughts on “Breaking the Sheikh's Rules

  1. says:

    So much talk about horses and descriptions I was bored Her writing style is really bad sometimes

  2. says:

    I know uite a few reviewers didn't like Nadim due to the way spoke to Iseult and didn't like her much either as she was a mouse but I actually think this ramped the angst side of the story and gave us a typical Presents story that e

  3. says:

    3 12 stars Decent story but the hero was a little too mean for my tastes I needed to see them happy together in the story not just at the end when he suddenly decided he could love her

  4. says:

    Very emotional story of a tomboy horse trainer and the sheikh that broke through her defenses only to reject her

  5. says:

    This was readable but not a lot I felt like the author phoned it in; everything from plot to phrasing was so familiar and the writing was kind of sloppy especially around transitions And the hero Nadim was just annoying c

  6. says:

    The hero was unnecessarily mean and horrible just because he could be the heroine wasnot much better either Iseult wasn't a complete mouse but she didn't have much of a spine either I didn't enjoy the characters or the story Besides i didn't buy the love or the lust between them If i was in lust with someone who said such horrible things a

  7. says:

    I was not swept up into this romance and I place all of the blame firmly at the feet of the grim hero He is so far from my ideal mate that I could not buy into this love story He never shows tenderness toward the heroine and their courtship was non existent Instead Nadim spent most of the first half of the book yelling at Iseult or browbeating her It's hard for me to be won over by a guy who intimidates the heroine mo

  8. says:

    35 stars

  9. says:

    Love a uick read that is outside my general scope This was one that I couldn't put down until it was finished with the action and romance There was no suspense or villainsjust a clean read about a man a woman and horses But

  10. says:

    I enjoyed this one I think it was a little better than Nessa and Luc’s story I was surprised at some of the negative views about Nadim I mean they are correct as he is high handed and not always nice to the heroine but isn’t that essential to the trope? Harsh and tortured hero redeeemd by true love? Nadim is no different from practically

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