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Em nome da coroa?Rashid al Kharim precisa viajar com sua pequena meia-irmã para assumir seu lugar no trono de Qajaran. Contudo,antes de entrar nesse mundo de falsidade e perigos, ele se rende a uma noite de prazer ao lado de uma bela desconhecida. Tudo o que a babá Tora Burgess queria era um recomeço, mas fica chocada ao descobrir que seu novo chefe era o amante sedutor paEm nome da coroa?Rashid al Kharim precisa viajar com sua pequena meia-irmã para assumir seu lugar no trono de Qajaran. Contudo,antes de entrar nesse mundo de falsidade e perigos, ele se rende a uma noite de prazer ao lado de uma bela desconhecida. Tudo o que a babá Tora Burgess queria era um recomeço, mas fica chocada ao descobrir que seu novo chefe era o amante sedutor para o qual havia se entregado. Rashid é um homem frio e distante... e faz uma proposta inesperada. Agora, Tora precisa escolher entre a sua liberdade e uma vida ao lado do poderoso sheik....

Title : Poderosa União
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ISBN : 9788539821587
Format Type : Paperback
Number of Pages : 183 Pages
Status : Available For Download
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Poderosa União Reviews

  • R.G.
    2019-02-21 20:52

    I can’t help it, but when reading these sometimes it’s like does this ever really happen? Surprise you’re royalty, oh and now you need to be married. But you don’t go into these books looking for the plausible, and it was a good read for the most part. Rashid’s little sister, who Tora is there to nanny, was a cute bit that did help give a real reason for drawing Tora and Rashid closer after their one night stand. Even what all else was going on in Tora’s life really helped her become a well rounded character that you felt like you knew and understood. Perhaps more so than Rashid, but I think the problem there is that this is the end of a series and possibly we should already know Rashid by this point. Though you don’t have to read the others to follow this story, but the characters from the other books are brought in and so now I do know who all ends up with who for the rest. But clearly this is a stand alone novel. My main problem is that everything happened too fast. These books are usually quick reads, but considering the timing of everything, even if Morey just basically let days kind of go past without necessarily having to go into detail, but having it show that time had gone by would’ve made it all just a tiny bit more believable. The short time in which the baby gets attached to Tora, and Tora helps change Rashid’s outlook on life just felt really rushed. Though, if I came across them I’d probably still read the previous books.

  • Helen
    2019-03-20 19:46

    I have been looking forward to the fourth book in The Desert Brothers series Rashid's story and I was not disappointed what a fabulous story it is sensual and heart-warming and so beautifully moving as Rashid learns things that are a bit hard to take and then to be left as guardian of his baby sister this really rocks the Man bound by duty.Rashid al Kharim has just had is life turned royally upside down not thinking straight he ends up in a bar and in a one night stand with Tora Burgess who has just had her world upended as well and these too meet head on in a passionate and sensual night that neither will forget but life goes on Rashid must return to Qajaran and become leader and Tora is called to work as a Nanny, but when they are thrown together again the spark is like lightning and neither can ignore it for long.This really is a story that will keep you turning the pages as Rashid and Tora try very hard to fight the pull between them both have issues from their past that need to be aired so as their love can bloom and bloom it does in such a beautiful setting this story is a joy to read and of course catching up with the other Brothers and their families was wonderful. MS Morey knows how to bring to life real and engaging characters that become friends and I highly recommend this story I loved it.

  • Liba
    2019-02-26 18:32

    Rashid grew up without family.His parents died 30 years ago.Suddenly the petroleum engineer learns that his life is a lie.His father died only a month ago, in Australia, under false name, leaving behind a few weeks old baby girl, Atiyah.Apparently his father was the nephew of an Emir and heir apparent, but his cousin Malik took the throne and tried to kill him in a helicopter crash.Now Rashid is to be the new Emir...but he must be married first.It's better to adopt his half-sister ,and that again -only as a married man..Victoria (Tora) is a flying nanny.Her parents died 3 years ago,leaving her a big sum of money.Her cousin Matt swindles the money from her.Tora needed it to help her friends Sally and Steven.Steven needs special cancer treatment in Germany.Now Tora accompanies Rashid to his country.They marry on the plane and Rashid promises to pay her the amount she needs for Steven's treatment.In Qajaran Rashid treats Tora as a hired servant, not as a wife.Then his desert brothers arrive with their wives and children.Aisha, Marina and Amber like her and are appaled at Rashid's treatment of his sheikha.Then Matt demands half a million and Tora answers him..Kareem, the elderlt vizier,brings the missive to Rashid, who has Tora arrested !Finale of the quartet.All 4 men are married, have children ,start a new life.Their wives become sisters, too (well, Aisha and Marina are real sisters).

  • Megan
    2019-02-28 22:40

    I find with these sort of romance novels, that they can be a tad far fetched. I mean does this really happen? Doubtful, however I don't read romances because I want them to be exact and accurate. Not completely out there but they're supposed to be perfect conveniences making perfect relationships. The hic-cups are perfect for ignoring nothing too major. I don't want a romance that I could find in real life - I have one, I want a fantasy one. That is always going to work, it makes you feel happy. Or it does me.

  • monica
    2019-03-11 16:59

    Encadenada al jequeLa historia no está mal aunque creo que todo sucedió muy rápido.me gustó el tema del libro y los personajes ,lo que más me llamó la atención fue la portada.

  • Michelle Palmer
    2019-03-16 16:55

    Some of the best romance series writing that I have ever read

  • Geraldine Sadiku
    2019-03-18 00:57

    Rashid al Kharim has just has his world turned upside down and finds out he has custody of his infant half sister and must take her to Qajaran to take his place as Sheikh. Prior to leaving he has a reckless one night stand with Tora Burgess who he later finds out is going to be the Nanny to his infant half-sister. When these two meet sparks fly and through circumstances they have to marry. Loved it.

  • Harlequin Books
    2019-03-14 22:38

    Miniseries: Desert Brothers

  • Sara Mitchell
    2019-02-25 23:47

    It was about forced marriage and duty but soon the two fall in love but they realize it in a round about way after much drama.

  • Sumit
    2019-03-08 21:54

    A good book...but too short!!

  • Cindy
    2019-02-20 18:45

    I enjoyed this easy read about a man who suddenly finds himself a sheikh and needing a wife. If you like light romance this is a good book with some depth of feelings.

  • Harlequin Books
    2019-03-05 21:48

    Miniseries: Desert Brothers

  • Julie (Manga Maniac Cafe)
    2019-03-09 19:34

    2.5 stars