Maggie Blackbird

Romancing Canada's Indigenous People

Today, I am hosting the Ramadan Nights series, a four-book collection by four different authors.  Be sure to check out my review for The Note by Seyna Rytes.  And don’t forget to enter the Rafflecopter giveaway.


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The men of the Ramadan Nights series love their Creator and women.

The Ramadan Nights series features four exciting and inspirational romances by bestselling and award-winning authors. Get ready to be enthralled by characters as they explore the links between faith and sensuality. This vibrant series includes a spectrum of New Adult and Adult fiction, from sweet to steamy. Enjoy romance stories of second chance love, friends to lovers and the boy next door.

Fall in love with strong, confident alphas and heroines as they undergo tests of resolve to love and captivate each other from sunset until daybreak.

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1 The Groom, Ramadan Nights_376x600Title: The Groom
Series: Ramadan Nights Book 1
Author: Lyndell Williams
Genre: Contemporary Romance

Blurb:  Uneasy and left alone with an infant, Mansur looks to his childhood pal, Faiza for help. As he relies on their long friendship, desires for the sexy firefighter reawaken within him. Healed from heartbreak after Mansur married another woman, Faiza knows they’re just friends but can’t help longing for more.

The Groom is a boy-next-door romance full of passion and an alpha who proves that he is no longer a little boy.

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2 The Note, Ramadan Nights_376x600Title: The Note
Series: Ramadan Nights Book 2
Author: Seyna Rytes
Genre: Contemporary Romance

Blurb:  Childhood sweethearts, Hadeel and Habib are reunited by fate at a time in their lives when everything between them should be possible, but will things be that simple?

Read along for a wholesome love story between the quiet boy who grew into a confident man, and the dreamy girl who became all woman. Prepare for sparks to fly!

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When I first glanced through the Ramadan Nights series blurb, I was intrigued and knew for sure I’d be reading and reviewing one of the books during the blog tour.  I really wanted to read and review all four, because I was intrigued by these men and the religion they follow, but time did not allow me that luxury.  I don’t know anything about Islam, so I was looking forward to learning while enjoying some great romance.

For my review, I chose The Note (although I wish I could have chosen all four books).

As the blurb says, Habib and Hadeel grew up together as children.  Both crushed on one another, but neither wanted to tell the other how they felt.  Before I even started the story, I read through the glossary the author provided that provides explanations of common Arabic/Muslim terms.  This was very interesting to read, and a big help while reading the book.

The story starts when the duo are children and goes all the way into adulthood when they reunite in London.  I really enjoyed the glimpses into all periods of their lives.  I found myself saying, “For goodness sake, just tell him/her how you feel.”  LOL.

There is even some conflict that arises, but I won’t say what it is.

It’s a short read.  Only ninety-nine pages but packs a great punch.  The characters are real.  The dialogue is real.  The setting is real.  By the time I finished, I felt as if I truly knew Habib and Hadeel.  Do yourself a favour and take the time to read this wonderful short story.  You won’t regret it.

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3 The Chance, Ramadan Nights_376x600Title: The Chance
Series: Ramadan Nights Book 3
Author: BF Queen
Genre: Contemporary Romance

Blurb:  Razia and Danyaal Khan have everything going for them, except each other. Reeling from the heartbreak, Razia’s future is bright and she thinks it’s time they make a clean break.

But she can’t seem to get Danyaal out of her head. With a tower of regrets, can Danyaal convince Razia that this time he will put her first?

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4 The Ideal, Ramadan Nights_376x600Title: The Ideal
Series: Ramadan Nights Book 4
Author: Saffiyah Ali
Genre: Contemporary Romance

Blurb:  Brother Dawood has been trying to introduce Caliph to his daughter for a month. But when Zaida finally falls into his arms (literally) she’s not at all what he expected. The prickly, funny, tomboy laces up her gym shoes and gives him a run for his money. He was looking for the ideal Muslimah. But when he meets Zaida he realizes she’s far from ideal and yet close to perfect.

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Lyndell Williams

Lyndell Williams is an award-winning writer and bestselling author. She is a cultural critic with a background in literary criticism specializing in romance. She is an editor, writing coach and mentor. She has been published in peer-reviewed journals and writes for multiple online publications.

Find Lyndell:  Website | Facebook | Twitter | Instagram | Bookbub | Amazon | Goodreads

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Seyna Rytes

Seyna Rytes can’t remember a time when she wasn’t daydreaming love stories, watching romantic movies, or reading romance. A lifelong romantic at heart, Seyna lives on the Central Coast of California with her husband and kids and strives to tell the stories inspired by her West African origins.

Find Seyna:  Website | Facebook | Twitter | Instagram | Bookbub | Amazon | Goodreads

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BF Queen

BF Queen’s first love will always be romance novels. Because they inspire her to be more, do more, and spread the love wherever she goes. A creative non-fiction writer turned fiction author BF Queen hopes you find your perfect hero in her stories.

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Safiyyah Ali

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7 thoughts on “Ramadan Nights

  1. Diana Hardt says:

    They sound like interesting books. Thank you for sharing.


  2. Fantastic post. I was unfamiliar with this series and would love to read more.

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    1. Yes, it sounds like a great series. I enjoyed The Note.


      1. Seyna Rytes says:

        Thank you so much for your awesome review! I’m very glad you enjoyed my book 💗

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      2. You’re welcome. 🙂


  3. Excellent review! I’m not familiar with the religion either, and found this series interesting for that reason. Thanks for sharing!!!!

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    1. TY, Lauren. 🙂


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