Wednesday, April 26, 2017

Arranged by Lexi Blake



Book Description

Kash Kamdar is the king of a peaceful but powerful island nation. As Loa Mali’s sovereign, he is always in control, the final authority. Until his mother uses an ancient law to force her son into marriage. His prospective queen is a buttoned-up intellectual, nothing like Kash’s usual party girl. Still, from the moment of their forced engagement, he can’t stop thinking about her. 

Dayita Samar comes from one of Loa Mali’s most respected families. The Cambridge-educated scientist has dedicated her life to her country’s future. But under her staid and calm exterior, Day hides a few sexy secrets of her own. She is willing to marry her king, but also agrees that they can circumvent the law. Just because they’re married doesn’t mean they have to change their lives. It certainly doesn’t mean they have to fall in love. 


After one wild weekend in Dallas, Kash discovers his bride-to-be is more than she seems. Engulfed in a changing world, Kash finds exciting new possibilities for himself. Could Day help him find respite from the crushing responsibility he’s carried all his life? This fairy tale could have a happy ending, if only they can escape Kash’s past… 

AVAILABLE: April 25. 2017

Arranged by Lexi Blake is part of her Masters and Mercenaries series.  I have only read one of book in this series but I didn't feel as though I was missing anything.  I believe each book can be considered a standalone with different couples featured in each book.

Being that this book is a short novella, I don't want to give to much away.  The book description is an excellent overview of this story.  I think my main issue with this story was with Kash himself.  I personally found him to be a difficult character to like.  I thought he was a brat and a hypocrite.  He redeemed himself a little towards the end, but not enough for me to be a big King Kash fan.

Rating: 3 out of 5

**An ARC was provided by the author in exchange for a honest review.**


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