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Seducing His Princess by Olivia Gates

Reviewed by Nas





SEDUCING HIS PRINCESS by author Olivia Gates is a March 2014 release by Harlequin Desire.


Mohab Aal Ghaanem and once let Jala Aal Masood walk away from him six years ago, but he was not letting it happen again. This time he would make sure she had reason to stay.


So he hatched a plot and got her brother on his side when he took a marriage proposal for Jala. But would Jala agree to his crazy proposition? Could Jala ever forget her heartbreak and the reason she walked away in the first place?


What would Mohab do when he discovers the explosive secret Jala is hiding?


SEDUCING HIS PRINCESS is a story that will stay with a reader long time after she closes the book. It has that momentus impact by all the emotion depicted in this romance. Another shimmering and mesmerizing romance full of breathtaking sensuality from author Olivia Gates.
4.5 out of 5 stars!

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Reviewed by Desere


The read as the title suggests is about Mohab Aal Ghaanem, who once he had his Princess, Jala, but a bitter feud between their families caused him to lose her, and now he has to do everything he can to seduce her back into his life.

But Jala is not so sure she wants to marry the man who had betrayed her trust , she does not however count on Mohab not only being irresistible but dead set on bringing home his Princess.

This was a short read, the kind that fits nicely into a few stolen reading hours in the late afternoon. I found the characters well crafted and very touching. The author added a little blackmail to spice things up and keep my attention.

What grabbed my attention the most was that Mohab was not arrogant as the hero's in these reads usually are, he was more sweet, kind and I honesty felt that he was genuinely upset at this betrayal and I just loved how he pushes every button he can to get Jala back, yet does so with truly clarity and sincerity.

Jala was kind and sweet and I felt sorry for her having to try and figure out if Mohab was honestly trying to gain her back and if his apology was real or simply part of a plan. Through both character the author showed that if we let the past hold us back from trying to trust someone again, it can have dire consequences.

Yes they hurt you, yes they destroyed your trust, but is holding them to that one error in judgement in life, worth the heartache and despair? Or is letting go and moving on less exhausting?

I recommend this read for all fans of Olivia Gates reads, the author tells a stunning story of old flames being reignited .

4.5 star review
" Seducing her body is easy, seducing her heart is a whole other story"