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- ASIN : B084TXF4PT
- Publisher : Garden Avenue Press (March 27, 2020)
- Publication date : March 27, 2020
- Language : English
- File size : 2249 KB
- Simultaneous device usage : Unlimited
- Text-to-Speech : Enabled
- Enhanced typesetting : Enabled
- X-Ray : Enabled
- Word Wise : Enabled
- Print length : 202 pages
- Lending : Enabled
- Best Sellers Rank: #153,384 in Kindle Store (See Top 100 in Kindle Store)
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And couldn't stop. It's really, really good.
I had a discussion with the author surrounding my dislike for faux relationship books. I said, when I read Temporary Wife Temptation, that I decided that I won't read them except under specific circumstances. Given the culture and traditions that are the complete opposite of western culture and tradition, the need and requirement to find someone or we will find someone for you is strong. I got it, I felt it, I was stressed along with the characters. If the author provides a good, logical reason to fake up a relationship, that's good drama. You scared to tell your grandma that you're still single? Need you to man up.
Queen of Barrakesch is the third in the royal brides series. Each has been decadence and perfection from the front cover (WOW, by the way) to the back page. This book continues in that tradition. I try not to miss a Delaney Diamond... do NOT miss out on this title. #Putitinyourface
After second chance romance, friends to lovers are my second favorite romance and this is what the Queen of Barraskesch is all about. Imani and Wasim were two great characters and were indeed meant for each other.
I highly recommend this book along with the other two books from the series. Another awesome thing about this series is that I learnt a lot about the cultures of these imaginary countries .
Congrats Delaney on another awesome book. I am so looking forward to your next new series.
I hate to see this fantastic series end but as always we get to look forward to a new series from this dynamic author which I hope will be sooner rather than later😄😄😄😄
Oh thank you for Queen of Barrakesch I really enjoyed the story lines. Please tell me you have one more like this, it really is a very very good book thank you for the storyline I am so looking forward to another one of your books. Because of the covid situation all I do is rea. Take care of yourself until I hear from you again.
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I understand not wanting to be married but basically she offered this fake relationship knowing what the stakes would be for him and them throwing her toys out of the pram when things don’t go her way. It was obvious from the start that unraveling the engagement once Wasim became king would have been difficult even if he didn’t have feelings for her.
She’s talking about love and equality but she wanted to marry Abou because he seemed kind and she thought she could manipulate him. More than a feminist she came across as selfish, self absorbed and somewhat of a teenager with rebellious streak.
Had she thought this through, instead of insulting Wasim, given that she has feelings for him, she should have negotiated terms to at least start on the right foot and then go from there. If she really didn’t want to stay married she should have negotiated the ending of the marriage. She kept complaining about his lack of attention but never offered any herself. Basically she behaved in a subservient manner whilst stating that it’s wasn’t what she wanted. Childish behavior. She seems to completely forget that his father was dead and he suddenly became King and was probably under a lot of pressure. Even in the name of their old friendship and chalking his behavior to temporary insanity she should have pushed for more. A real equal footing, as much as one can with a king. Even during the kidnapping, her attitude was confusing. On one hand she fought, on the other she told them that she’s pregnant. As an aside, I’m all for literary license, however I doubt that even the most “progressive king” in that region, given that dating is forbidden, would be ok with his wife not being a virgin. A christian was accepting enough.
Until handsome Wasim came after her in a technical way
And she had to give in to the love they both have for each other,brilliant reading lots of excitement and entrainment