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Ai wo Suteta Sheikh

Ai wo Suteta Sheikh

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Synonyms: The Sheikh's Reluctant Bride, Sabaku no Yuuwaku
Japanese: 愛を捨てたシーク


Type: Manga
Volumes: 2
Chapters: Unknown
Status: Finished
Published: 2008
Genres: Romance, Josei
Authors: Okamoto, Keiko (Art), Southwick, Teresa (Story), Asou, Ayumu (Art)
Serialization: Harlequin


Score: 6.971 (scored by 218 users)
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Ranked: #90212
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Popularity: #11341
Members: 393
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Volume 1 ~ The Sheikh's Reluctant Bride (Damasareta Hanayome)

After her mother's death, Jessica gows up in a foster care believing herself to be an orphan. The discovery of her mother's family in Bha'Khar, a desert kingdom far away from the States, fills her with much wonder and anxiety. As she leaves for Bha'Khar, she is surprised to find a royal jet as well as Sheikh Kardahl, second in line to the throne, waiting for her. To Jessica's amazement, he says, "You are my betrothed, chosen by my family. You are my bride."

Volume 2 ~ The Sheikh's Contract Bride (Ai o Suteta Sheikh)

Beth would do anything for her twin sister, Addie, who has been betrothed to a sheikh from young age and has led a life of high expectation and heavy responsibility. Beth, unlike her sister, spent a lonesome childhood receiving little attention from her parents. The twins have grown up trusting and depending on each other. As the day of meeting the sheikh nears, Addie confides in Beth with her secret love for another man. To save her dearest Addie, Beth decides to go to the desert kingdom of Bha'Khar, pretending to be her twin sister!

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Oct 10, 2012
Before going into this review, I will mention that I read only the first story. I could not bring myself to read the second after that.

The art is not particularly inconsistent, but it is reminiscent of the early 1990s. I dislike this style, but that is of course a matter of taste.

As far as the premise goes, the story had some potential as a shoujo. However, the story feels exceedingly rushed. We know the characters fall in love because we are told they fall in love. There is absolutely nothing that happens between them to show this developing; other than cheesy lines, there's just one read more
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