Compared to his two older brothers, Basri has always been his father's son. He values hard work and ingenuity, but he prefers an unstructured approach. Which is why Basri stays out of the office as much as possible. After all, he does his best thinking alone, outdoors in the Arabian wild. His new assistant Juliette, however, is like a force of nature. She's beautiful, intelligent, and disciplined ... and Basri has to constantly remind himself to keep it professional. But after weeks of Juliette trying to bend him to her will, Basri decides he has other plans.
When Basri invites her along on his next adventure, Juliette has no idea what she's gotten herself into. But away from the board room and under the stars, Juliette begins to see the real Basri, and she can not help wanting to see more ...
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Leslie North is the pen name for a critically-acclaimed author of women's contemporary romance and fiction. The anonymity gives her the perfect opportunity to paint with her full artistic palette, especially in the romance and erotic fantasy genres.
The truth of the matter is she loves her fictional persona, Leslie North, more than her normal, day-to-day persona! Her bestselling books focus on strong characters and particularly women who aren't afraid to challenge an alpha male. Inspired after years of travel, her stories are set all over the world, from the tough streets of Russia to the beautiful beaches of the middle east.
Leslie fell in love with romance when she first picked up a scrappy, dog-eared romance book from her local library. She began writing soon after and the rest, as they say, was history. She now lives in a cozy cottage on the British coast and enjoys taking long walks with her two Dalmatians, George and Fergie.
William Jameson is a born leader. Strong, efficient, and with a special talent for the same people on-it's no surprise that he's the CEO of the billion-dollar Jameson Ad Agency. Wildflower sprouts looking up in his perfect manicured world, stealing his last three jobs from under him. It's hard to be attracted to the free-spirited owner. It is too bad his goal is to crush her as competition.
Poppy Hanniford, CEO of the Wildflower Agency, has always been unique and colorful as her business name. Poppy and William come together in the perfect storm when a rome romance publisher decides that they are better than one: Poppy and William are working together on a trial project. The person who performs best, wins their future business.
Their leadership styles do not mix, romance is one subject they agree on. A smoldering kiss for the cover of a book kicks off at affair that's hotter than the bestsellers they want to advertise. When they're done, they'll need to decide what's more important: the job or their love.
Sam is a man who is a man in the world. What is the best way to get the best out of your life? Sam accepts the challenge but is not sure about it. Trinity Jameson is a fixer. It does not matter if it's a good thing to do. She is a man, and she is a man, a man, a man, a man, a man, a man, a man, a man, a man. "She's been doing this time.
Before Sam landed in New York, his goal was to leave the city just as fast. But when Trinity saunters into the room. He realizes that what he really wants. Sam has no trouble stoking his physical fire, but hot sex is not going to be enough to heal the hurt. Sam is not going to be dissuaded by her new found emotional wall. He helped build it, and now he's going to knock it down.
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.
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.