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How steamy is it? Hot Damn

Publisher's Summary

The warrior she tamed....

Wild and untamed, Tarek al-Khalij was never meant to rule Tahar. More familiar with a sword than a crown, this lethal warrior must now heal the suffering his brother's rule inflicted. To do it he needs his most precious - and dangerous - weapon yet...a royal bride!

The widow he conquered

Elegant and poised, Queen Olivia will educate Tarek in the civilized art of political warfare. But in exchange Tarek unleashes an unrestrained, primal passion she could never have guessed at possessing. Soon Olivia realizes that she has become inescapably bound...to the warrior king!

©2015 Maisey Yates (P)2015 Harlequin Enterprises, Limited.

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  • Pacific Northwest
  • 09-20-18

Don’t be fooled by the simplistic title

When I see titles like these I think “pulp fiction”. It is my own prejudice and I know it. I really wanted to read a Maisey Yates book yet, as a rule I don’t read cowboy books, so I started here.
It is a strong story about emotional healing. It is a marriage of convenience story with two very wounded people who realize and respect first the strength and soul of the other then their own self limitations. They both earn their HEA.
Ms. Yates leads the reader into sympathy with each and both. The story is entirely focused on the main couple with very little outside interaction, although secondary characters are discussed. There is not a lot of effort on world building but the story and dialogue are so finely written that this reader did not miss the elaboration.
This is a fine, insightful read and time well spent.