An Ordinary Girl And A Sheikh/the Sheikh's Unsuitable Bride/rescued By The Sheikh/the Desert Prince's Proposal
The Sheikh's Unsuitable Bride - Liz Fielding
Zahir was surprised to find he had a beautiful new driver. This chauffeur did not blend into the background. Diana Metcalfe talked. She laughed. She took him on unplanned detours. And he had more fun than he'd had in years.
But back in his desert kingdom, a dynastic marriage was being brokered for Zahir. Crazy though it seemed, he wished that this wonderful, vivacious, thoroughly unsuitable woman could be his bride instead.
Rescued By The Sheikh - Barbara McMahon
When photographer Lisa Sullinger injures herself while exploring alone in the harsh desert of Moquan said, she thinks it's pretty bad luck. Then a sandstorm strikes!
Enigmatic Sheikh Tuareg al Shaldor shelters Lisa in his desert tent before whisking her to his stunning palace. Lisa can't help but fall for Tuareg - but knows he has barriers around his shattered heart. Can Lisa bring light - and love - back into the brooding sheikh's life?
The Desert Prince's Proposal - Nicola Marsh
Time is running out for Prince Samman! In order to be crowned king, he must marry, but he has rejected all his advisors' suggestions. Then he is captivated by a pair of honey-coloured eyes, and chooses Bria as his bride!
Bria Green is an intelligent and independent woman. When Samman tells her she'll agree to his proposal within a week, Bria must not let the powerful prince have his way! But in the heat of the Adhara desert, Samman's heady kisses may change Bria's mind...
"A girl, Nell was convinced, should have a good time at seventeen, have met her true love at eighteen, be engaged at nineteen, and marry at twenty-one. While her mother regards the Locarno Dancehall as a den of iniquity, for seventeen-year-old shop-girl Nell McClusky it's the centre of the universe. Where else is she going to meet the man of her dreams who'll take her away from the hum-drum realities of life on a council estate in 1950s Edinburgh? At first Alistair Rutherford doesn't look that promising. He dresses more like a student than Nell's idol, Buddy Holly. But Alistair comes from a wealthy family and is studying to be a lawyer, two things that mean that Nell soon has plans to leave her dance hall days far behind her. But the reality of marriage is far different to Nell's romantic notions..."
E.W. Hornung was an English author best known for writing the "A.J. Raffles "series about an English gentleman thief in the late 19th century.
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