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by Lynne Graham

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  • ISBN 0263172201
  • ISBN13 978-0263172201
  • Language English
  • Author Lynne Graham
  • Publisher Harlequin Mills & Boon (September 1, 2001)
  • Pages 285
  • Formats azw docx mobi txt
  • Category Love Story
  • Subcategory Contemporary
  • Size ePub 1113 kb
  • Size Fb2 1469 kb
  • Rating: 4.5
  • Votes: 734

Begging for Prince Tariq Shazad ibn Zachir's mercy was the last thing Faye wanted to do. She hadn't seen Tariq for a year...since their wedding. But Faye's brother was imprisoned in Tariq's homeland, and only Tariq could grant his freedom.

Faye expected her meeting with the man she'd married to be tough, but Tariq's ultimatum took her breath away: become his mistress and her brother would be released!


The arabian mistress. The Foreign Office assured us that he was being well treated,’ Faye reminded the older man tautly.

The arabian mistress. Insofar as he’s been locked up indefinitely! If I was a superstitious man, I would believe that your desert warrior put a hex on us all last year,’ Percy complained bitterly. I was riding high then, making money hand over fist and look at me now-I’m practically broke!’ Just as he deserved to be, Faye reflected heavily.

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Format Paperback 185 pages. Dimensions 107 x 169 x 14mm 100g. Publication date 31 Dec 2001. Publisher Harlequin Books. Publication City/Country United States. ISBN13 9780373121823. Other books in this series. Christmas Contract for His Cinderella. Close X. Learn about new offers and get more deals by joining our newsletter.

But Faye's brother was imprisoned in Tariq's homeland, and only Tariq could grant his freedom. About the Author: Lynne Graham lives in Northern Ireland and has been a keen romance reader since her teens.

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I've read all of Lynne Graham's books and this one didn't disappoint me. As usual, there are other people involved in the split, but the story remains focused on Tarqi and Faye. In her usual style, Ms. Graham pens another story about a split caused by misundertandings and brings Faye and Tariq back together in a clash of passion.

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Goodman
The earlier books never disappoint. I loved the story,the characters, esp the children, the clashes and the dialogues. A very interesting read and recommended to all her fans.
OTANO
As far as Harlequin Presents go, this book is good. I like Harlequin's cause they are quick easy reading and usually you can get a really good story from some of the authors.
Malak
Faye had no one else to turn to when her brother ended up in prison, except to the towns Prince, a man that she had last seen on their wedding day a year ago. Prince Tariq knew that Faye would turn up sooner or later to beg him to help her brother. Tariq saw this as a chance to get revenge on the woman who set him up so that she and her family could blackmail him, or that is what he thought she did. Tariq agrees to let her brother go if she remains his mistress. Faye is disgusted at the suggestion, but she does it because she knows it is the only way to get her brother free. Tariq and Faye learn alot about each other and the truth of the past slowly trickles out. The question is whether or not they will stay together once all the cards are on the table.
I only gave this three stars for one reason, the character of Faye. She is one of the weakest females that I have ever had the displeasure of reading about. She seems to have no pride and no self esteem. Granted, she felt guilty for what her step father did to Tariq, but she still could have shown a little bit of backbone. Other than that the story was okay, although it could have been better.
Zulurr
I see very different opinions, but I can deffinitely say that I loved THE ARABIAN MISTRESS. True, it was wrong of Prince Tariq Shazad ibn Zachir to accuse Faye of being a gold-digger, but I think it made it more interesting because Faye had to "earn" back his trust. Although it was good to watch Tariq feel like an idiot, once he finds out how wrong he was.
I didn't think Faye was being weak because Tariq needs that warm and loving person, which was Faye. Although Faye really was NOT a weak character because while they were about to make love, Faye kept on throwing out insults to Tariq. And she knows that Tariq didn't like the comments she was makiing.
Well...I thought Faye was sacrificing herself too much for her family. Her family treats her like dirt. The only family that she has is her stepfather, Percy, who is a real pig and Adrian who takes her for granted. Faye gave up herself to be Tariq's mistress to save her brother and her brother didn't even know about it! I hated her family but I guessed they created the elements that suited the book. All in all, I can deffinitely say that I have not regretted reading THE ARABIAN MISTRESS.
^_^ ~ Izzy
Kelezel
I've read all of Lynne Graham's books and this one didn't disappoint me.
As usual, there are other people involved in the split, but the story remains focused on Tarqi and Faye. In her usual style, Ms. Graham pens another story about a split caused by misundertandings and brings Faye and Tariq back together in a clash of passion.
The back cover's blurb reads: "Begging for Prince Tariq Shazad ibn Zachir's mercy was the last thing Faye wanted to do. She hadn't seen Tariq for a year...since their wedding. But Faye's brother was imprisoned in Tariq's homeland, and only Tariq could grant his freedom. Faye expected her meeting with the man she'd married to be tough, but Tariq's ultimatum took her breath away: become his mistress and her brother would be released!"
S.
Beazerdred
I think the main character of the book, Faye, was suppose to be a Maria (as in the Sound of Music) type character. Unfortunately, instead of coming off as sheltered but determined she comes off as an idiot doormat. The whole hate to love relationship seemed forced and ridiculous. Last but not least, Faye would make a terrible wife for a ruler of a country.
greatest
I really enjoyed this story. Tariq is great and all the way through it, you could tell he really loved the heroine.