Rescued by the Billionaire Sheikh by Rosie Pike
My rating: 4 of 5 stars
a nice story to take you away from day to day troubles. but the story brings it own issues and drama.
after a disastrous relationship ending and issues with her boss, charlotte decides to turn her live around and impulsively replies to a job advert for a far away place in africa. the interview goes very well, things get even more interesting when the big boss, omar, steps in and more or less takes over. omar is impressed with her knowledge but it isn't the only thing that has caught his eye. before long the two are more then just employee and boss. but danger lurks behind every corner. knowing omar is only here because he stood up against his father, a powerful sheikh. he's got plans of his own and he doesn't want to lose face in front of his 'tribe', this resulting in a whole lot of drama!
will they be able to fight of his father or is everything too late when charlotte goes missing?
to find out you'll have to pick up a copy of your own and read it.
it kept me captivated from the first till the last chapter. i'm glad it doesn't end with a cliffhanger, i wasn't sure if i could cope with that!
free copy given in exchange for an honest review
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