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“Você pertence a mim"No deserto, a palavra do sheik Kavian é a lei. Por isso, a fuga de sua prometida no dia da cerimônia e intolerável. Talvez Amaya precise de mais uma prova do prazer que ele pode proporcionar. Assim que ela volta ao reino, Kavian comanda sua sensual redenção. Amaya teme que a paixão que a consome a enfraqueça, porém, logo se prova a altura do desejo de“Você pertence a mim"No deserto, a palavra do sheik Kavian é a lei. Por isso, a fuga de sua prometida no dia da cerimônia e intolerável. Talvez Amaya precise de mais uma prova do prazer que ele pode proporcionar. Assim que ela volta ao reino, Kavian comanda sua sensual redenção. Amaya teme que a paixão que a consome a enfraqueça, porém, logo se prova a altura do desejo de Kavian. Ele precisa de uma noiva que o aceite por completo... Será que Amaya conseguira encarar o passado sombrio de Kavian e abraçar seu destino como rainha?...

Title : Algemas Da Sedução
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ISBN : 9788539820931
Format Type : Paperback
Number of Pages : 183 Pages
Status : Available For Download
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Algemas Da Sedução Reviews

  • Tiffany Reisz
    2019-02-25 18:00

    Easily one of the best Harlequin Presents books I've ever read. Literally the first 90 pages of the book is a seduction scene. The author should win an award for her gift for sustaining sexual and romantic tension that long over that many pages. It was breathless reading. The writing is excellent and I enjoyed the book thoroughly. I can't wait to read more by this author. Highly recommended for Harlequin presents fans.

  • Esther
    2019-02-27 22:57

    It was an okay read.The heroine bugged me for some reason. The hero was way alpha.....The plot was kind of redundant and became somewhat repetitive.

  • Rgreader
    2019-03-02 23:10

    An ok read. The prose was so over the top but then the story was over the top as well. It was pure fantasy kind of romance. Heroine enabled mother way too much. The hero was very uber alpha. He needed to be to deal with the heroine and her mother.

  • TashNz
    2019-03-16 22:57

    She had no warning. First line, great line, I know immediately I’m in for a great treat... trepidation as to what I'm going to read next... can't wait! Kavian ibn Zayed al Talaas, ruling Sheikh of the desert stronghold Daar Talaas, has finally tracked down his fiancée in the midst of the Canadian ski fields and hauls her home. He's decided that he wants his arranged Queen by his side. It is said so it shall be! Amaya is devastated she's been found, six months on the run and she's been half way around the world and back in her travels. The last thing she wants is to be cooped up in some god forsaken desert kingdom where she will be Queen!Kavian spends his time convincing (or trying) Amaya she will make a fantastic Queen and he is 200% certain they will make the perfect team. Once Amaya lets him in inch by inch it's harder for her to leave but she's quite convinced for many reasons she can't be who Kavian is convinced she can be. I loved the Sheikh Kavian was. He was old ways to Amaya's western modernised ways with most of the action taking place in his kingdom, the descriptions of which were incredibly realistic and aided my imagination that I was right there preparing dinner with Amaya for Kavian in the desert and I was right there during the stuffy official occasions they had to attend. Five stars for such a strong and emotional story all of which is wrapped up perfectly in the last chapter. It nailed exactly how Kavian is and I think the author needs a massive high five because it was quite perfect. I wish I could quote everything Kavian said but I can’t because it's a perfect summation of why Kavian spends 11 chapters being who he is, acting how he does and saying what he does. And it's also why I leave the incredible skill of writing to the authors because all through the book I had no idea how to sum up in words how Kavian is. I understood how he was but had no clue how to put that in writing and then when I read the last chapter and what he said it was "hit the nail right on the head" moment. To finalise I give Traded to the Desert Sheikh an whole extra star for the mention of my beautiful country New Zealand, which I assume was inspired by the authors recent visit <3 What a beautiful and magical few paragraphs describing my country perfectly. Sometimes I forget how lucky I am to live here, thank you!6 StarsOriginal review posted here:

  • Dottie
    2019-02-28 01:17

    Amaya is to be the queen to Sheikh Kavian, but that is not what she wants so on the eve of her betrothal she runs. She is able to stay hidden for 6 months but time has run out and her King finds her. There is no escaping him this time as he is determined she will return to his palace and become his queen. This is an amazing story and Caitlin Crews has written an exceptional book that will keep romance readers glued to it from page one. Kavian is a keeper and you will lose your heart to him for more than one reason. He is a strong leader and knows what he wants and will stop at nothing to get it and he wants Amaya from first glance. You cannot help but love their story as both have a past that has made them what they are. I would give this book more than 5 stars as it is everything a romance reader could want and you will fall in love with both of Ms Crews characters. wonderful wonderful story

  • Julie (Manga Maniac Cafe)
    2019-03-18 18:15

    2.5 starsI could not connect with either of the protagonists. The heroine was too spineless for my liking, and all the hero seemed to want to do was change Amaya into his vision of the perfect queen. Meh, not my cup of tea. The drama, drama, drama was diverting, though, which is why I keep picking up Crews' titles.

  • Kris
    2019-03-12 00:21

    Ohhh, Kavian was sinfully, deliciously beautiful dark alfa-male. I love him very much:D And I'm very, very interested in their first time together:D Great story! For me definetely too short:D

  • D.D. Prince
    2019-02-25 01:03

    3.5 stars. It was passionate and sexy but the plot was a little thin for me.

  • Yas
    2019-02-23 18:12

    I like this book better than the other connecting story. The characters just were better fleshed out for me in this book. I like the Hero, he pursues his runaway fiancee and they play cat and mouse and when they finally are together he sort it out in their own weird way. Kavian is masterful but in the end he tried to be fair to the headstrong Princess. After all that has happened wild chase all over the planet he was willing to let her go and honor their countries' commitments to their respective kingdom. I usually am not too partial to sheik/kingdom stories. But this one I like.

  • Harlequin Books
    2019-03-08 23:04

    "Crews does an excellent job depicting the desert scenery and the effect that the harsh environment has on a man like Kavian. At the same time, she makes him quite sexy, a perfect match for Amaya" (RT Book Reviews, 4 stars).Miniseries: Scandalous Sheikh Brides

  • Harlequin Books
    2019-03-12 00:57

    received 4 stars @ RT Book ReviewsMiniseries: Scandalous Sheikh Brides

  • Scarlet Lady
    2019-02-24 20:54

    Short read, read it almost in one go. Like write's style and the way she was able to build and maintain the ust.

  • Geraldine Sadiku
    2019-02-23 22:18

    This story took me a while to get into mainly due to the hero Kavian being so stubborn but once Amaya showed her stubborn streak it flowed very well and was an enjoyable read worth a read.

  • Jeannie Lopez
    2019-02-19 00:15

    Man was the male character confident..

  • Ann
    2019-02-18 16:56

    Sexy hero, lush scenery, fantastic romance.

  • Kayla Bain-Vrba
    2019-02-27 17:59

    This is a sheikh story to fall in love with! The heroine is an awesome woman who won't just roll over at the whims of the men in her life, even if they have the power. And this sheikh is the type who gets his way no matter what - until his sheikha tames his heart. Definitely recommend it!

  • Storm
    2019-02-18 22:08

    Let me be honest: there isn't a lot of plot in this novel. Not much happens. This story concentrates on what the heroine is feeling and what the hero wants from her. Despite all of this, I enjoyed this book. I got this book because I was suffering from Megan Crews withdrawals (I want the next book in the The Edge series right now) and I'm happy to report that it was a short, fun, intense read.Caitlin Crews/Megan Crews writes awesome alpha males. I thought that that was limited to her The Edge series, but apparently not. I'm sure that there were a lot of plot limitations since this is a Harlequin imprint, but she worked around that to deliver a lot of feels and sensuality in a few pages.Another disclaimer: If you'd like to read a novel with a plot that acknowledges the misogyny and exploitation that is happening in the Middle East, this is not the one. The setting in this book is mostly a fantastical land that sort of exists in our world. I think I allowed myself to enjoy it because in my mind, I treated the kingdom of Daar Talaas as an Arabic country in another dimension. So once you suspend your disbelief, here are the pros.The hero is beautifully intense, alpha and dominant. He's one of my favorite heroes; didn't say much, took care of his business and clearly loved the heroine in his own way. I liked the fact that he was an actual leader, who had to do questionable actions to maintain his power. His history shaped him to be who he was, and he was justifiably hard. He reminded me of why I used to love reading Harlequin heroes - they're mostly straightforward, presenting their great sides and don't force you to analyze some of their complexities. They're the ideal heroes (who can't exist in real life - but remember, we have suspended our disbelief).The heroine could be a bit wishy-washy. One minute she's really into him, the next minute she's not. But I believe that any woman in her situation would've been conflicted so I was okay with her uncertainties. The road to her acceptance of her love for him was not smooth, and that provided enough drama to keep me into the story.Some of the cons: again, this story is not mired in reality and doesn't have a lot of things happening in it. After finishing the book, I felt good but I don't think I'll remember it in 2 months. Nevertheless, I'm giving it 4 stars because it did pull me in and keep me interested for 3 hours of my life and if an author can do that, she deserves all the stars.I'll read the first book of this series and more of Caitlin Crews' work until the final book of the Edge comes out. The hero in this book has me even more excited for Wulf's book because now I know she has the chops to do him justice.