Download this major ebook and read on the Zarifs Convenient Queen Ebook ebook. and content linked to Get Free Zarifs Convenient Queen DJVU [PDF]. Read "Zarif's Convenient Queen" by Lynne Graham available from Rakuten Kobo . Gilchrist had the gall to turn down playboy prince Zarif al Rastani's proposal. Ella is shocked to find out that her older brother has borrowed a huge amount of money from Zarif. Who's Zarif? He's the king of the desert country Vashir and.
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Not in United States? Choose your country's store to see books available for purchase. Once, Ella Gilchrist had the gall to turn down playboy prince Zarif al Rastani's proposal. Three years ago, Zarif needed only moments to ignite a passion in her that left her breathless, until his adamant declaration that he could never love her broke her heart. But if she is to rescue her family from imminent and permanent ruin, Ella must agree to a year of marriage, on his arm and in his bed! His Queen by Desert Decree.
How they were dying for one another, and soon they would get it. Though Ella hated the fact that all their relationship was going to be about was sex and nothing more. She wanted that emotional piece, but she couldn't deny the chemistry between them, and it was hard for her to resist him.
The love scenes were definitely hot and full of steam factor backed up by their heightened chemistry towards each other. The first time scene was great because all that sexual tension got released for both of them but also showed Zarif that Ella wasn't the woman that he thought she was.
She was innocent in every sense of the word. And I liked that he regretted how he treated her and how he made the offer of her body for the bailout of her parents.
I could tell he felt totally bad about it and was cursing himself and his stupidity especially in the way he took her virginity like a "rutting bull" as he called when she was so untouched just because he couldn't keep his hands off of her and couldn't resist her allure any longer. But he blamed himself which I like especially how he treated her after their first coupling, which I was glad that he did because I wanted slap him myself the cruel way that he got up afterwards, barely saying a word to her, and just left her laying their all by herself with all those rolling emotions going through her.
He didn't even cuddle with her, which was what Ella needed after this emotional overload. But he did make up for it afterward and showed he did care and was sorry for how he treated her. First cuddle with her then made love to her gently and tenderly, though no less passionately, and showed that in fact he did respect her.
And the rest of the love scenes followed accordingly. They were passionate and hot but tender as well as emotional as well. That's where they seemed to have their most emotional connection, was in bed was when they were the closest.
So I liked seeing that. Again as I stated above I thought more would becoming an issue with not only his late wife, but his late wife's cousin who was clearly jealous of poor Ella, and wanted Zarif for herself. But aside from the wedding there wasn't too much going on in that aspect.
But again aside from the wedding nothing really happened on that front, and I think if it did then it would have made the story more interesting as well as give it a welcome edge to it that was needed. The spark.
There was much potential there on this angle. I wished that the brothers were in it as well, Nik and Cristo. I mean there were but just on a periphery way and just mentioned. There was no real interaction between Zarif and his brothers and I really wanted to see that especially since knew the brothers from the stories.
So kind of disappointed with that, however there were the appearance of the wives in this story and their interaction with Ella. And that was amusing and funny especially Belle. She was quite a character in this story, though I don't remember her being that humorous in her book, but I found her hilarious here even the brief shot that we see her.
I thought the interactions between the wives was great. The love story aspect was okay. Could have used a bit more development I thought from an emotional stand point because it did seem like sex took over at times.
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And since it was a major component of their deal, I understand why, but I wanted to see them grow more as a couple outside the bedroom and we don't get to see a lot of that. Though there were glimpses here and there, but not enough to convince me that he was in love with her, or was in love with her ever since he met her three years ago.
I didn't get that sense. I definitely knew he cared about her and was worried about her especially during their wedding she became very ill and nearly died and that nearly gutted him at the realization that he could loose her and he didn't want to, but then after that it was back to the sex again. I wanted to see them spend more time outside of the bedroom and see that connection grow.
Though their intimacy in the bedroom did grow so maybe that was the telling aspect that pointed to their love story and their love for one another. I just needed to see a bit more romance from them.
I hate the brother with a passion. I thought he was a jerk the entire time through and couldn't care less that he was basically telling his sister to sell herself to Zarif in order to get him out of financial trouble.
What kind of brother was that? Then he sold those stories to the tabloids about his sister that branded her a slut. He wasn't even grateful that she got him out of financial ruin. Granted she didn't ask Zarif to help her brother out when he needed more money, but then she shouldn't.
He was just a selfish brat. He needed a good slap. I wish that him and Zarif had a confrontation and Zarif kicked the snot of him and basically protect Ella from her brother evil ways. That would have been good. As for the couple themselves, I did like them and enjoyed them on the page. They weren't favorite couple in the whole world but I didn't enjoy them together as did I enjoy them separately as characters. I would say I really enjoyed Zarif. There was just something about him that screamed sexy.
And that was probably because he was a very sexy man. He just had that aura about him that I found hard to resist and made me understand why Ella had trouble resisting him. Now don't get me wrong there were times I wanted to slap him up side the head, but for the most part he was a sweet guy. I could have stand to see more beneath his surface and dig deep to see what was underneath it all that he hid from the world.
I just wanted to see and feel more of his pain on a deeper level instead of surface especially when it came to his brothers as well as his father. But he just seemed indifferent to it almost.
Maybe it had to do with the fact that he was isolated away in this Arabic country with his grandfather and uncle lovingly raising him as a boy and showing him nothing but love and respect and how to be a good man and ruler of the country. They taught him how to be a man, and developed that tender side to him.
I wished that was explored more as well as more with his mother and how she basically left him to start her own career and not care about the mother-son relationship. It didn't seem to bother him, but that could be because of his grandfather and uncle. Just wanted to touch on the hard emotions there. Her, I liked as well.
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I liked that there were two sides to her. The strong side, which would do anything she had to do for the sake of her parents, as well as the vulnerable side of her with her insecurities of not being beautiful enough for Zarif as well as believing she would never have his love because he loved his late wife. Just showing the full range of emotions coming from her to make into a believable character and more real. I got a little more emotional off of her than I did him as the layers got pulled more and more back as the story progressed, though I thought could have gone a bit deeper.
I liked that she had a backbone yet had that sweet, innocent side to her. Overall I did like her. Overall I did like the story, and did enjoy it. It was a little predictable and I thought that the story just touched the surface and needed to go a bit deeper and dig beneath surface both from a character stand point as well as the love story part.
I needed to feel more of the emotions going on and feel that rawness. More angst was needed as well just to add a spark to the story that was missing and desperately needed to make the story unique and less predictable. Just that special little something that made this story stand out. But that didn't make this story not readable or enjoyable, it just something that would have made me say "oh wow. This is one of my favorite stories now. But it was okay and I enjoyed it. I think this was the favorite out of the miniseries with a big part of that being Zarif because I enjoyed him as a character.
There was just something about the guy that pulled me in. I was drawn to him for some reason unlike the other two. That was one of the sparks in the book was him, so that's probably why I enjoyed this one out of the three in this miniseries.
I was definitely more invested and enjoyed more because of him. The other two brothers were good but that draw me and weren't my favorite alpha males of all time in a romance.
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Zarif wasn't exactly a favorite alpha of mine but he was definitely close. Plus I think this story had a bit more angst, even though it wasn't much as I liked, than the other two.
Overall Lynne Graham did a good job with this miniseries and creating these stories based on the brothers and their love stories.
And for most part I did enjoy the miniseries as a whole and was glad that each of the brothers' tales were told and I could see their happily ever after with the women of their dreams.
I was glad I read them. Hopefully her other miniseries that she has written and that I have on my shelves currently are good if not better than this one was.
I am hoping for better, but she did a nice job on this one. Just so so and probably only got the 3 stars because it's Lynne Graham and I'm a fan. What to say? The hero seemed like a bit of a weinie. Just not alpha enough for me and not beta either.
Zarif's Convenient Queen by Lynne Graham
The heroine was okay within the realm of the eternal sacrificing herself for her wimpy parents. However, the trilogy was a fun read all in all. View all 3 comments. Aug 23, JennyG rated it really liked it Shelves: For the first time in a very long time I was able to read an LG novel without skimming.
Sexual tension between the leads was palpable and I loved the display of hero's jealousy and vulnerability. I do still think there are too many inner thoughts and descriptions. Nonetheless I hope her next one is just as good or even better.
Dec 13, Amafle rated it really liked it. Dec 31, Tabs rated it it was ok. AKA the one where she gets mad, steals his car, and violate's his country's no-women-driving ban? That's pretty much the only thing I remember about this book. Jan 07, Karen Geurts rated it it was amazing. I enjoyed Ella and Zarif's story.
They wasted years by not openly telling the other, their feelings. Love the HE A. Mar 11, Jess Lawson rated it really liked it. The read was quite enjoyable. They could have had happiness so much sooner if Zarif knew how to express his emotions instead of bottling them up and hiding them.
Ella fell in love at first sight with him at the young age of seventeen. She never loved anyone else. Zarif was always the man of her dreams even when he forced her into a marriage she did not want but would take in order to save her family from the debts in which her brother placed them. Feb 26, Sneha Jaiswal rated it liked it. I really wanted to like this book but failed! I just dont like my heros to be married before. I know its stupid but I like my romances to be extra mushy.
This was a pretty good read. I liked the characters and their personalities. This was written well and flowed from one scene to the next. I liked the emotions and the strength of the characters. Their bluntness for lack of a better word really had me liking this book more. Although there was the lack of communication in the beginning or past they definitely had more strength by having the courage to 'get it all out' and speak frankly. I enjoyed this book and liked it a lot more than some oth This was a pretty good read.
I enjoyed this book and liked it a lot more than some others that are aggravating in that sense. There were plenty of ups and downs and some confusion, but the ending was great and had me wanting to read more in the series. Good for the relaxing-sunny-hammock kinda read, with some cold to drink and being lazy.
Great book This whole series was great and highly recommended. Lynne Graham is one of my favorite authors hands down. I love how she keeps the main characters in the story together and monogamous throughout the whole book whether they are happy with each other or not. I hate when authors put a bunch of misunderstandings in a book about the main characters supposedly wanting to be with other people. For me it just wastes time that the main characters could have had together working things out.
I b Great book This whole series was great and highly recommended. I believe only a very talented author can pull that off and Lynne Graham is definitely one of them. Congratulations on another great book and great series. Nov 11, Kathleen rated it it was ok Shelves: Arabian nights. Not compelling. Nothing new in Graham's Rolodex. Some scenes caught my attention, though. I liked the Ferrari scene and the crab patties. However, too much focus on sexuality. Sex cannot replace meaningful discussions, emotional bonding, laughter, trust.
Felt like soft porn. And I didn't buy the reason for their break up 3 years ago, either. Also, his guilt about his first wife seemed excessive. Aug 01, Harlequin Books added it Shelves: Her dark, intensely handsome, aristocratic hero and innocent with-a-bite heroine are a perfect fit.
Their tongue-lashings are spectacular, the lovemaking is as hot as the desert at mid-day and her exotic locales give the read a modern Arabian Nights feel" RT Book Reviews. The Legacies of Powerful Men. Jul 15, Janna rated it it was amazing. This is probably my favorite book from Lynne Graham. I like royals and this book had plenty of them.
This book was also so lovely to read and I loved the plot. It wasn't the most common in the world so it was a bit more unique than the other HP books. I'm still looking forward to reading more from Lynne Graham and more the HP series.
Jul 20, Candy rated it really liked it Shelves: Thoroughly enjoyed this series so far and I think this one was my favorite! The heroine was fiery and I love heroines like that rather than the docile, subservient heroines. Ella had spirit and she never took anything Zarif said lying down! Really good read!! Aug 15, Betty Lambert rated it really liked it. This is a feel good book. Makes it a light reading. I love books about Sheikh's and deserts and contemporary romance.
This was a very good read. I really like Lynne Graham books. Never ceases to make me smile. Jul 03, Beth rated it it was ok Shelves: Jul 24, Tigger rated it really liked it. Good read! Jul 24, Gail rated it really liked it Shelves: Loved this one - Lynne Graham is one of my top favorite authors.
However, I didn't realize it was book 3 of a trilogy so I read it out of order. Off to dig out the first two now Sep 15, Mymee rated it it was amazing. Probably the most steamiest harlequin I've ever read, and I love it! Brittany Mcglothlin rated it it was amazing Oct 16, There are no discussion topics on this book yet.
Readers Also Enjoyed. About Lynne Graham. Lynne Graham. Librarian Note: There is more than one author in the GoodReads database with this name. See this thread for more information. Lynne Graham was born on July 30, of Irish-Scottish parentage.
She has livedin Northern Ireland all her life. She grew up in a seaside village with herbrother. She learnt to read at the age of 3, and haven't stopped since then. Lynne first met her husband when she was 1 Librarian Note: Lynne first met her husband when she was Happily married, Lynne has five children.
Her eldest is her only natural child. Her other children, who are every bit as dear to her heart, are adopted. We want your feedback!
Click here. Subjects Fiction Romance. For one year only Once, Ella Gilchrist had the gall to turn down playboy prince Zarif al-Rastani's proposal. To ensure peace and stability in his country Zarif must now marry, so when Ella returns begging for his help he'll give it Three years ago Zarif needed only moments to ignite a passion in her that left her breathless—until his adamant declaration that he could never love her broke her heart.
But if she is to rescue her family from imminent and permanent ruin Ella must agree to a year of marriage
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