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DESERT KING, PREGNANT MISTRESS

DESERT KING, PREGNANT MISTRESS

Reviews : 

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5 (3)

Author : 

Ayumu Aso / Susan Stephens

Genre : 

Harlequin Complete

Story :  Beth is named employee of the year at the high-end department store in London where she works. As a reward, the store, owned by the Khalifa group, flies her to the desert kingdom of Q'Adar to meet King Khalifa, who owns the Khalifa group. While she's on a Q'Adar beach, a stark naked man emerges from the ocean before her eyes, and she cannot take her eyes off of his incredible body. Even though she tries to move, she's glued to the spot! She apologizes for intruding, but that's when she learns the man she was spying on is none other than King Khalifa himself!
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Reviews

  • StarStarStarStarStar

    RougeShadows

    December 14, 2023 (PST)

    Excitement and wonder!
    I really enjoyed this piece. The plot, the art, and the traditional clothing was absolutely stunning. They really did a great job on Beth's perspective and background in contrast to the king. Being able to show differences in lifestyle and culture, (even economic status). Definitely would re-read. I couldn't stop looking at the details throughout this story. If you're curious just go for it! This is a great story with minimal to no commitment to read. Can be a great read in between stories and filling in spare time. A pass time with stunning artwork, along with amazing character developments throughout each chapter. What are you waiting for?!
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    Whammykins

    December 8, 2023 (PST)

    Melodramatic...loved it!
    This was melodramatic as all hell (as expected of Ayumu Asu's work) and I loved every minute of it. It has taken me some time to get used to Asu's work, but I really enjoyed this.
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Content Rating16+Rating

Page Count

Publisher Harlequin

Color or Monochrome monochrome

Complete

Digital Release Date February 28, 2022 (PST)

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