Book Review: The Sheik’s Ruby by Jennifer Moore

sheiks rubyTitle: The Sheik’s Ruby
Author: Jennifer Moore
Publisher: Wild Rose Press
Release Date: May 8, 2015

Book Summary:

Shelby wants to break away from the mold of her small town and make a name for herself in the big-city journalism world. While skiing, she meets mysterious stranger Hakim who is actually the prince of the Middle Eastern kingdom of Khali-dar.

When his enemies learn of Hakim’s connection to an American girl, they target Shelby. Fleeing to the safety of Khali-dar, Shelby falls deeper in love not only with the prince, but with his country. As she struggles to survive terrorist attacks, withstand the Sheik’s prejudice, and find her place in a world she doesn’t understand, she must choose which life she is willing to sacrifice—the comfortable one she has worked so hard to create, or the one with the man she loves.


Cheryls review

What a fun, fun story! Jennifer Moore has become a favorite author of mine. These characters sucked me right in and I cannot stop thinking bout them. The dilemma of a middle eastern prince falling in love with a small town american girl really made sense to me. There were times when I thought that it really couldn’t work out. Both characters have strong personalities that I admire. I loved being transported to another culture that I know very little about. I didn’t want to put the book down at all while I was reading. I look forward to reading more by Jennifer Moore!


5 stars

Rating: 5 stars – I loved it!!!

Content: Clean, mild violence

Source: ebook for review

This book can be purchased at Amazon.

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