Sheikh Masoud Khalidizack is terminally bored by palace life. With his elder brother inheriting his father’s responsibilities and his younger brother treating life like one big party, he often feels left behind. When a family friend suggests a bet to see which brother will be left unwed at the end of the year, Masoud thinks it is impossible to lose and he’s already making plans on what to do with the prize - Muharraq Island.
That all changes with the arrival of headstrong Fleur Summers, a beautiful archaeologist bent on finding the legendary Solomon Diamond. It was once part of the Khalidizack family’s heritage, but now it is lost to history. Her reputation depends on finding it and putting it into a museum, but the distractingly handsome Sheikh who hired her certainly isn’t helping. In fact, Masoud intends to restore the diamond to its rightful place – in the Khalidizack palace.
Now, they have to overcome their mutual mistrust and simmering attraction to find the artifact that could bring glory to them both. In a race against ruthless rivals that spans continents, finding the prize will bring them together or destroy one of their lives.
But the safe house part of Damian’s protection plan is anything but safe. In a place where alliances are not what they seem and the most dangerous heat bearing down on them is the forbidden burn of seduction, the only thing more at risk than life is a lethal hit to the heart.
Shiekh Adil is the youngest of the three brothers of the wealthy Khalidizack family, and notorious for his playboy ways. The womanizer seems the least likely brother to marry after the high-stakes wedding bet with Shiekh Rameez. When the family entrusts him with a thankless job—supervising the loan of their art and jewels to the Louvre—he reluctantly accepts. It seems like a chore, until he meets the feisty woman who changes everything.
Samine Isme is a journalist covering the Louvre loan. Brilliant and independent, she has a cool exterior that Adil finds utterly entrancing. But the closer they get, the more he suspects Samine has motives that go beyond attraction. With the sudden theft of the Khalidizack collection on its way to the museum, they’ll have to work together to restore the treasures to their rightful place.
In a race across Europe tracing stolen antiquities, an old enemy emerges to settle a score. Now, Adil must face the threat to save his family’s honor and avoid his own disgrace, but can he trust that the woman he loves is really on his side?
Yet she finds herself madly attracted to him.
At first Trent didn't give Brianna a second look. The young woman who wore her hair like a fifty year old, clothing that didn’t fit her body, or compliment her natural coloring, and honestly had no idea of just how attractive she could be. But that all changes when Brianna fills in for Trent's personal assistant. With a little help from a popped button, Trent soon finds himself intensely attracted to her.
She is nothing like the platinum blondes he usually has draped on his arm. She didn't just want his money or fame. She wanted him.
But as his employee she couldn't let it go any further - she needed this job too much.
Despite her reluctance, the attraction between them is unstoppable and after an unprotected night of passion they' are both left with many unanswered questions.
Trent's unborn child reveals a side of him he never knew he had. But when an old business rival returns seeking revenge, Trent, Brianna and their child find themselves in extreme danger..
The Denver Men Series
Book 1: CEO's Pregnant Lover
Book 2: The Marine's Virgin Lover - March 2014
Book 3: The FBI Agent's Reluctant Mistress - April 2014
But Saja is not interested in marriage, even if her betrothed is extremely attractive and wealthy. The Prince has the jawline of a Greek god, is strikingly tall and his muscular figure would intimidate most, but not Saja. After only meeting the man for 2 minutes she already hates him. He is controlling, argumentative and insufferably arrogant. Yet his dark broody eyes hold an intensity that Saja struggles to pull back from.
Prince Al-Qadir has never met a woman like Saja; she was almost a different species. She wears improper clothing, behaves inappropriately, and has no traditional values. And she did not fear him. In fact, her temper often flared around him. She needed taming. Yet he can't help but notice the feeling that surfaces in his groin when she was around, and the loneliness he felt when she wasn't.
Until he has tamed her, he refuses to let her go. But this may be a game he loses, and the Prince never loses.