Apr 22, 2012

Desert Rogues Series by Susan Mallery

I had taken a break from blogging last year, around this time for about four months. So during that break I just couldn't get online enough to post my reviews or just chat. So for my lonely times there (even though I was living on a camp with three hundred and then some adults for a course for my uni) I took up reading fluff. One of friend send over her entire set of Desert Rogues Series by Susan Mallery.
The Sheik's Kidnapped Bride...   The Sheik's Arranged Marria...    The Sheik's Secret Bride (D...   The Sheik and the Runaway P...   The Sheik and the Virgin Pr...   The Prince & The Pregnant P...   The Sheik & The Princess in...   The Sheik & the Princess Br...   The Sheik & The Bride Who S...   The Sheik and the Virgin Se...  The Sheik and the Christmas...   The Sheik and the Pregnant ...   The Sheik and the Bought Br...

There are thirteen books in this series and let me tell you, the titles were enough to make me snicker snort that I didn't even open them to just look. I waited a long time before I actually read them and when I started I just couldn't stop reading them. I am on the 10th book right now. 

Most of the books follows the same story line. Normal American Girl falling for Prince of El Behar or Bahrain or Lucia Sirat. After reading so many of them following the same story where prince holds the girl against her will and then he falls in love with her and then with the corny dialogues, confessing their love, I was sure would give up. But no. I stuck with it.And I am sure I will see the end of this series. I am determined.

In short, all of them are lovely and unique in their own way, Susan Mallery writes the best Sheik books. So if you are looking for a Sheik book to read, I would recommend any of the Desert Rogues title by Susan Mallery

I give this

They will be cupcake books just for me. 

About the author

New York Times bestselling author Susan Mallery has entertained millions of readers with her witty and emotional stories about women and the relationships that move them. Publisher’s Weekly calls Susan’s prose “luscious and provocative,” and Booklist says, “Novels don’t get much better than Mallery’s expert blend of emotional nuance, humor and superb storytelling.” While Susan appreciates the critical praise, she is most honored by the enthusiastic readers who write to tell her that her books made them laugh, made them cry, and made the world a happier place to live.

Susan lives in Seattle with her husband and her tiny but intrepid toy poodle. She’s there for the coffee, not the weather.

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  1. I have yet to read anything by Susan Mallery, but yes, those titles sound fun. And who wouldn't want to fall in love with a prince? Fluff is fun, and sometimes very needed.

  2. I love Susan Mallery--she writes great escape books. Fluff is fun at times and other ones are quite a bit more heavy :)