Desert King, Doctor Daddy Kindle É Desert King, PDF

Desert King, Doctor Daddy Kindle É Desert King,  PDF
  • ebook
  • 192 pages
  • Desert King, Doctor Daddy
  • Meredith Webber
  • English
  • 05 December 2019
  • 1426855656

Desert King, Doctor Daddy❮Reading❯ ➶ Desert King, Doctor Daddy ➮ Author Meredith Webber – Essayreview.co.uk Sheikh Surgeon, Royal BrideAs a powerful ruler, Sheikh Yusef Akkedi is certain his kingdom will benefit from Doctor Gemma Murray s renowned approach to medicine As a single father, he s amazed by the Sheikh Surgeon, Royal BrideAs a powerful ruler, Sheikh Yusef Akkedi is certain his kingdom will benefit from Doctor Gemma Murray s renowned approach to medicine As a single father, he s amazed by the immediate connection between Gemma and his tiny daughter And as a red blooded man, he can t resist her deliciously tempting beautyGemma has fallen head over heels for the desert King and his little girl But Yusef isn t offering marriage, and Gemma has no desire to be simply Desert King, PDF \ his royal bed mate Can this guarded Sheikh ever open his heart enough to ask the one question Gemma most wants to hear.


About the Author: Meredith Webber

Meredith Webber is the author of over contemporary romance novels Many of her novels have been published as part of Mills and Boon s Medical Romance line of category romances Her novels have been translated into dozens of languages, including IcelandicBefore becoming a writer, Webber worked as a teacher, a travel agent, a pig farmer, and the coordinator of a respite care service In , she began to write medical romances She allowed herself two years to become published, and within the Desert King, PDF \ first year she sold a novel Since then, she has taught a romance writing course at Technical and Further Education College, helping her to analyze her own work.


10 thoughts on “Desert King, Doctor Daddy

  1. says:

    I really enjoyed this Harlequin It was my first Medical Harlequin and I had no problem with the medical problems shown, unlike the Presents I read by this author that had too many details of needles and medicines.I liked the heroine a lot, she was a doctor who spent her time helping women in need Gemma had created a medical station for refugees from Somalia in her home country of Austrailia, she tried to help the women give birth safely while still respecting their beliefs and customs The her I really enjoyed this Harlequin It was my first Medical Harlequin and I had no problem with the medical problems shown, unlike the Presents I read by this author that had too many details of needles and medicines.I liked the heroine a lot, she was a doctor who spent her time helping women in need Gemma had created a medical station for refugees from Somalia in her home country of Austrailia, she tried to help the women give birth safely while still respecting their beliefs and customs The hero wants her to come to his country and help women from nomad tribes by creating a medical system that worked for them Gemma accepts his offer because she is eager for a new challenge and wants to seeof the world.Gemma and Yusef have an instant attraction to each other but know that nothing can come of it because Yusef is new to his ruling postition and an affair with a foreign woman would cause problems However, the chemistry between the two is very hot and they have trouble staying away from each other I enjoyed this Harlequin because both the main characters were good people who were actually nice to each other I admired the way the heroine was respectful of other people s beliefs and didn t think her way was the best way as we see to often in some of these stories The story was interesting and the romance was satifying and sweet

  2. says:

    This was quick read and a little rushed because of that A few passages were a bit clunky Overall, though, I enjoyed this one and thought the romance was sweet The characters are given just enough background to flesh them out and to understand their motives and choices There is nothing particularly unique to this story and no great surprises if you have read other sheikh medical romances What I like is that both the H and h are kind, compassionate people doing the best they can to help other This was quick read and a little rushed because of that A few passages were a bit clunky Overall, though, I enjoyed this one and thought the romance was sweet The characters are given just enough background to flesh them out and to understand their motives and choices There is nothing particularly unique to this story and no great surprises if you have read other sheikh medical romances What I like is that both the H and h are kind, compassionate people doing the best they can to help others through their medical knowledge and openness to other ways of life It is that drive in them both that causes the minor conflicts in their relationship, and not silly miscommunications or rash immaturity that gets so old in many romance novels There is a conflict scene caused by cultural difference, which is to be expected I can see this book becoming a comfort reread late one night when I don t want to start something new I don t think it is one of Webber s best books, but it was still a good read

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