A Tale of Three Sheikh’s and a Giveaway

Best. Abduction. Ever.
When she opened her front door, the last thing Maxine Foss expected was a hot stranger with a set of handcuffs. Now she’s shackled to a sexy, but crazy, person who claims he’s an Arabian prince—and her lover. No way. If she had ever gotten naked with a guy this delicious, she would never forget.

Insanity is catching…
Alone in a secluded cabin, Sayd offers his body for her pleasure. But the price for giving in to his temptation could be her sanity, not to mention her freedom… and just maybe, her life.


This book is hilarious from the get go and doesn’t let up.  The dialogue is witty and flirty.  Don’t let the title fool you into thinking this is a BDSM book; its not, but the handcuffs are a vital part of the story. 

Max has just gotten back from a week’s vacation and when she answers her front door to a gorgeous stranger, she has no idea that her life will change forever.  I loved Max.  She’s fiesty, courgeous and funny.  She can not believe that she has been kidnapped but at the same time feels safe with the gorgeous man.  When she starts to hear of the tale that the gorgeous stranger is telling her, she thinks stalker, crazy man.  As the night wears on, she begins to open her mind and her heart to the stranger.

Gorgeous stalker man doesn’t lead you to believe that he is anything but a staker, crazy person.  Once he starts to weave his tale to Max and the truth comes out, will Max believe him or not?  Okay, if someone kidnapped me, ride a motorcycle, can make a decent sandwich and has sexy lingerie, I might believe them.  That said, the suspense element that is weaved into the story is believable and spot on.  The only thing that I didn’t like about the suspense element is that I felt like I was left hanging a bit for more.  Maybe a sequel or even a prequel?  *wink*

Ms. Morgan tells a highly seductive tale about a two seemingly strangers that share more we, the reader, know.  I highly recommend Handcuffed to the Sheikh for anyone that likes a sensual tale of suspense, seduction and the power of love.

4 1/2 Harlie’s and a recommended read

She’s about to get charmed…

Libby Fay’s safe little life as a waitress at a posh New York boutique hotel implodes when Sheikh Rasyn Al Jabar, black-eyed and seductive, crashes into her world and swears that he loves her.

The powerful sheikh will do anything to prevent becoming the ruler of his North African homeland, including marrying a woman who is inappropriate to be queen. When he sees the beautiful, bubbly waitress, he knows that she is the perfect wife to help him avoid the throne—all he has to do is make her fall in love with him.

All her life, Libby has longed for the same loving, equal partnership her parents had—something she couldn’t possibly have with a forceful sheikh who ignores all her objections. But Rasyn seems to be able to charm her into anything, including his bed. Soon, she finds herself on a plane to Abbas, transported into a fairy tale come true.

Unfortunately for Libby, a Cinderella is the last thing this Prince Charming wants.


What’s a little seduction between friends?

Arya Mokri, the ultimate wallflower, has to stop dreaming of His Royal Highness, Sheikh Javad Shirin, or she’s going to lose her mind. She’s been crushing on him for months and it’s time to move on. If he won’t have her, she’ll find someone who will…

A consummate diplomat, Sheikh Javad would never dream of sleeping with the woman whose friendship he values so much. But when she arrives at an event in a dress showing too much skin and even more poor judgment, he finds himself wondering what it would look like on his bedroom floor. Worse, his suddenly sexy friend plans an affair with his own brother.

Tonight, he vows, her plans will change. Whether she wants them to or not.


I knew when I started reading this one, that I was going to be entranced and I was.  What’s not to like about a friends to lovers story set against the restraints of age old traditions. 

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