WOMAN IN A SHEIKH’S WORLD by Sarah Morgan
Woman in a Sheikh’s World by Sarah Morgan
Reviewed by Vanessa
Party planner, Avery Scott, and Crown Prince Malik had been together for a year, but when he pushed for a permanent relationship, she hit the road. Avery wasn’t about to sacrifice her independence for anyone or anything. It’s not the life she knows. However, her pride won’t let her refuse planning the after party of Malik and his new bride-to-be!
Malik truly believes that Avery is over him, and he now must marry for duty’s sake. He was reeling from their split, but he doesn’t show it. Instead, he looks for just a little something to show that Avery felt more for him that he thought. But, of course, Avery never acts like a typical woman, and they both find they must learn to face their fears in order to achieve their desires.
Woman in a Sheikh’s World was a surprisingly packed romantic novel. I had so many emotions engaged in this story that by the end of it, I was feeling down right wonderful! Woman in a Sheikh’s World had a very strong, independent heroine in Avery coming up against a man that could be very alpha with other people, yet wasn’t so much with her. Malik showed a different side to Avery because she taught him how to treat her, and she wasn’t very good at showing that other side of herself.
Woman in a Sheikh’s World showed that Avery likes to be in control, and it’s very hard for her to cede that over and trust someone else with herself. It also revealed that Malik was the perfect man for Avery in every way because he cared enough to travel that path with her despite the obstacles that were tossed in his way. There were a few laugh-out-loud moments in Woman in a Sheikh’s World, and they helped to lighten the mood of this tale. I liked that both their perspectives in Woman in a Sheikh’s World were shown to vary greatly depending upon their backgrounds….their pasts and what they had been through before arriving at their merging paths. Both Malik and Avery made snap judgments in Woman in a Sheikh’s World without knowing the facts or the other’s side of things; they just interpreted things. I loved that Avery learned who she could depend upon to have a fuller life and who she needed to toss in the drink, too! I also enjoyed that the characters’ eyes were opened in Woman in a Sheikh’s World showing that some things are more gratifying than being completely dependent upon oneself and, realizing that, of course, there are mistakes made that everything isn’t perfect, but are you going to just toss it in as worthless or fight to see it through? Woman in a Sheikh’s World just satisfied me on so many levels and showed that it’s not always rainbows and butterflies, it’s compromise….it’s realistic, and it’s Joyfully Recommended!