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When Ms. Kennie sent me an email to see if I would review this series, I jumped. Another dirty little secret, Harlequin Intrigue is my all time favorite line from them. I have no shame. I admit it and I own it. So that said, put sheiks and Intrigue together and I’m a goner. Why did I absolutely love this book? First off, Emir. Go back and lick the cover; I’ll wait. Secondly, his total devotion to his family. Third, that Kate literally throws him on his butt at the airport. Adam knew what he was doing by sending her to help. He He! Fourth, that growing up in two different worlds, he didn’t know how to handle Kate in the beginning and also to keep it together when it came to his sister, Tara.
Let’s talk about Kate. We don’t much of her background but I loved what I saw. I hope in future books, we get a glimpse at her again. I see her still working for the security firm and being a really good friend of Tara’s. But what made her special to me was the fact that she understood Emir’s culture and respected it. She didn’t feel the need to butt in when it wasn’t warranted but got the needed information when she needed. Plus, she is the calm in Emir’s world. He knew it and his brothers knew it, too. I loved the line that Zalib (I think) said, “Father fell in love with mother in less than 24 hours.”
Now to the intriguing part…I never saw it coming. I thought that Ms. Kennie did an excellent job of putting two different plot points together and letting it play out. The villain is creepy and so mental that at one point I really thought Tara was not going to make it. She is one tough cookie and I can’t wait to get to know her better in the other books. Ms. Kennie takes her time with suspense plot but also brings a newness too. Gun fights! Oh my…loved it.
If you are looking for a new writer, love mystery/suspense, a sheik that is lovable and intense, a heroine that doesn’t hold and is smart then this book is for you. I can’t wait to read the other brothers books. And of course, that means more covers to lick. Your welcome.
*I received this book for the purposes of my opinion. I was not paid for my opinion.*
There is plenty of mystery and tension to the story. Emir's sister Tara gets snatched outside their compound and the clues are few. The "Who?" and the "Where is she?" being the main problem that needs to be answered. Emir was a good, smart investigator but this was his sister and he knew that would color his ability to cope well. K.J. brought fresh eyes to the situation, and she was exceptionally observant, picking up small clues. She also had more experience with kidnapping cases although she had been at this agency a shorter amount of time. Still she got sent because she was one of the best.
The main focus of the story will be the search for Tara but we also get to see it from Tara's viewpoint at times as well. The nice thing is that there is romance of a sort between Emir and K.J. But it was put on the back burner for the most part because of the seriousness of the chase to find Tara. Alive, hopefully. Don't be disappointed about the lack of a lot of romance though because we do get to see the building of attraction, respect and the having each other's back as partners.
Tara also has other brothers who are frantic to find her and are ready to tear apart the culprits when they find them. The strong sense of family is definitely there.
Watch for a pretty major twist at the end. It was a good one. One that I was beginning to suspect but it didn't make it any less good.
I received a free copy of this book and this is my honest opinion of it.
YUM! I loved this book. I received this and two others in the series to review. And I was in love. This gave me strong male and female characters (hot dog!) and a suspenseful situation where they can prove their strength and their hot passionate personalities. The Sheik's sister has been kidnapped and his security agency has sent their best to help track her down. The problem? She's a female in a male oriented world. And even though he has his reservations, he decides to take a chance...as long as he is along for the ride. As they race against the clock to find his sister, they also struggle against the explosive heat between them.
Ryshia Kennie has become a new go-to author, and after reading all three of the books (this is the first in the series), I am eager to get my hands on the fourth book.
His partner in the security agency sends him a profiler--the best one. Turns out it's a she and Sheik Emir Al-Nassar wasn't expecting that. He gets over his shock when she flips him on his back within minutes of his meeting with her on the tarmac.
Against his better judgment, but out of desperation, the two of them set off into the Sahara to find Tara before she can be harmed. In so doing, Emir loses something else: his heart, and to the woman he never expected would guard it so jeolously.