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  • A Sheikh Got Me: Rachel

  • The Intense Steamy Interracial Romance Anthology
  • By: Just Bae
  • Narrated by: Mandy Mays
  • Length: 11 hrs and 26 mins

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A Sheikh Got Me: Rachel

By: Just Bae
Narrated by: Mandy Mays
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Summary

A flamboyant sheikh of the Middle East's wealthiest royal family has played well to win the hearts of many suitors for marriage yet none have brought him satisfaction. Deep down inside, he craves a certain type of woman and his family knows it.

When a plot by the Sheikh's family to kidnap his bride-to-be succeeds, his alluring looks and personality has his captive bewitched.

The question remains: Will the young woman's mind and body follow if the Sheikh captures her heart?

If his obsessed captive is not the one for him, will there be others?

If all fails, will the Sheikh's family have to go back to looking online to find their eldest son's match made in heaven in order to preserve the family's legacy....

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  • Tracey
  • 17-11-22

Disappointing

Rachel??? This was so stupid. He got nobody but himself. What happened to Rachel’s child in all of this. This is stereotypical type of romance. Sorry I wasted a credit.

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