Hidden in the Sheikh's Harem: An Anthology

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Kidnapped by the desert prince…

Prince Zachim Darkhan of Bakaan never expected to find himself bound and at the mercy of his nemesis. But with a skillful ease borne of years as a warrior he escapes his bonds…then takes the man's daughter as his captive and hides her away in his harem!

But Farah Hajjar is no man's prisoner, and as the power play between them escalates so, too, does Zachim's desire to taste the forbidden, sensual delights their chemistry promises. As the line between hatred and desire blurs he's led past the point of no return.

Now they'll find themselves captured…in marriage!
4.6
5 reviews
Lela McNary
May 29, 2019
What a surprise this one was! The title had me thinking the circumstances were going to be something totally different. But what a great surprise. Farah and Zach may be my favorite couple of all time.
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About the author

From as far back as she can remember Michelle Conder dreamed of being a writer. She penned the first chapter of a romance novel just out of high school, but it took much study, many (varied) jobs, one ultra-understanding husband and three gorgeous children before she finally sat down to turn that dream into a reality.
Michelle lives in Australia, and when she isn’t busy plotting she loves to read, ride horses, travel and practise yoga. Visit Michelle: www.michelleconder.com

Amanda was born into a large Irish-Italian family and raised in the leafy green suburbs of County Dublin, Ireland. After dabbling in a few different career paths, she finally found her calling as an author after winning an online writing competiton with her first finished novel. With three small daughters at home, her days are usually spent doing school runs, changing diapers and writing romance. She still considers herself unbelievably lucky to be able to call this her day-job.

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