Amahd Al Kilanjar is all work and no play. Yes, he needs to choose a sensible wife and produce an heir, but he’ll fit that into his schedule when the time is right…or so he thinks.
Mackenzie “Mac” Malone travels to Ubar for a job in the oilfields, and is startled when an innocent flirtation with a handsome stranger leads to an explosive kiss.
A Texas country girl and a prince from an ancient dynasty? Impossible, surely…or is it?
Explore the complete Desert Kings series:
Novella: Veronica – Stranded with the Sheikh
Book 1: Osman – Rescued by the Sheikh
Book 2: Zadir – Bought for the Sheikh
Novella: A Christmas Wedding
Book 3: Gibran – Return of the Rebel Sheikh
Book 4: Amahd – Captivated by the Sheikh
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Four months later, his secretary revealed shewas carrying his baby. Suddenly the sternbusinessman discovered he didn't want Saragone at all. But would she agree to her boss'sdemand that she become his wife?
Three brothers return to claim their thrones in remote and beautiful Ubar after their estranged father dies and divides his kingdom between them.
In A Christmas Wedding, Sam Al Kilanjar attempts to negotiate her first holiday season in a country with different customs, a big fat Ubarite wedding and the arrival of her drama-loving family, all without losing her mind—or her beloved, who is called away to deal with a crisis on the eve of their wedding.
Veronica Baxter is excited about her wedding to Zadir Al Kilanjar, but worries that her estranged parents will ruin everything.
Can they find Christmas miracles among the madness and enjoy the weddings they’ve dreamed of?
This story can be read as a standalone, but is better if you’ve read the earlier books in the series:
Veronica: Stranded with the Sheikh (FREE!)
Book 1: Osman: Rescued by the Sheikh
Book 2: Zadir: Bought for the Sheikh
A Christmas Wedding (FREE!)
Book 3: Gibran: Return of the Rebel Sheikh
Book 4: Amahd: Captivated by the Sheikh
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