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Claimed By The Sheikh by Rachael Thomas #Giveaway



Title: Claimed By The Sheikh
Author: Rachael Thomas


Genre: Contemporary, Romance
Banished! 

Princess Amber's arranged marriage to Prince Kazim Al-Amed of Barazbin was a dream come true—for her, at least! But then their wedding night went spectacularly wrong, and a furious Kazim banished Amber from his kingdom and his life…

Hunted! 

Now, with his country in turmoil, Kazim must prove his ability to rule and provide an heir for his people. But to do so he'll need to track down his princess.

Claimed! 

Amber has always threatened Kazim's tightly held control. Yet if he is to save his nation—and his marriage—he must finally make the ultimate claim…on his wife!



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Meet the Author:         Rachael Thomas
Rachael Thomas says...

I grew up in the Midlands, but when I moved to Wales, over twenty years ago, I found a place to finally put down roots. I married into a farming family and embarked on a massive learning curve which also saw me learning Welsh when my two children were small.
Writing is something I have always wanted to do and I can still remember the thrill of one of my short stories being held up as an example to the class when I was about nine. It wasn’t until my own children were in school that I seriously started to pursue my dream. I joined a local writing group which met every Monday afternoon and being with like-minded people was the boost I needed.

Reading romance had always been my first love, and just about every short story I wrote was romance, so I decided to write my first book. During that process I also attended my first weekend writing course with Kate Walker and joined the RNA’s fabulous New Writers’ Scheme. A short time later I joined Romance Writers of Australia and learnt a lot from entering their competitions. I sought out courses and you can imagine my joy when I discovered Sharon Kendrick’s course in beautiful Tuscany.

Behind the Scandalous Façade, my So You Think You Can Write entry, is my thirteenth book and although only eight have those magic words ‘the end’ written on them the others are definitely part of the learning process I have enjoyed over the last six years.

I love escaping to distant shores with my characters, entering their glamorous world and feeling all the emotions they experience as they discover their love for one another. A love so strong it will overcome all obstacles eventually, leading to that promised happy ever after.

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Claimed by the Sheikh by Rachael Thomas

Claimed by the Sheikh

by Rachael Thomas

Giveaway ends March 02, 2015.
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20 comments:

  1. I love books where the hero and heroine overcome all obstacles through love, and end up together.

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    1. Hi Sherry - and the bigger the obstacles the better!

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  2. I have always wanted to visit Wales- so it is cool to hear that Rachael lives there! I have been seeing this book around lately. Definitely sounds like a page turner. :)
    ~Jess

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    1. Hi DMS, Wales is a great place to live, but it's true, it rains quite a lot here! Thanks for stopping by.

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  3. I have been seeing this around. It looks like a great romance read.

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  4. Congrats, Rachael! It sounds like such a great read!

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  5. Stories where the MCs get together despite the struggles are my faves too :)

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  6. Thanks for stopping by Medeia and Cherie and I agree with you Jemi - they are my faves too!

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  7. Hello again, Rachael! Claimed by the Sheikh sounds like fun.

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  8. It looks like a classy book! I miss reading romance. It's all kids' books these days!

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  9. I've heard Welsh is difficult language to learn. But worth it to live there!

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  10. Hi, Rachael, many romance writers start the way you did, with reading everything romance.
    I hope your book is doing well.

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  11. Nice to meet you Rachel--best of luck with your novel! It sounds like a lot of fun!!

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    1. Thanks for the good luck wishes Meradeth.

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  12. This sounds great. Best of luck to Rachel!

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