By Susan Mallery
Swept away by way of the passionate Prince Khalil Khan, Dora Nelson reveled in her new fairy-tale lifestyles as princess of El Bahar. yet as soon as she realized that the affection and affection Khalil had showered her with have been a sham, she refused to bend to his will. For he'd tricked her, and she or he could not forgive him. yet she additionally could not cease loving him. greater than anything, Dora sought after a contented domestic and an adoring husband. nonetheless, whilst Dora's feistiness met Khalil's conceitedness, sparks flew. And except Dora and Khalil agreed to satisfy midway, this fiery marriage threatened to devour them either!
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Glenda’s married, which makes the whole thing more sleazy. ” Usually a small, slight smile lurked at the corners of Dora’s mouth, but now her lips pulled straight. Khalil felt a flicker of compassion. Dora had many fine qualities. She was intelligent and hardworking. He enjoyed her sense of humor, although that piece of news would probably surprise her. She was naturally more aggressive and less deferential than he liked his women, but that was because she was American. All in all, she was an excellent employee, and it annoyed him that her previous boss had treated her badly.
I suppose. They stay in the suite and accompany me when I leave. ” “I appreciate that,” she said. How nice to know that the bodyguards wouldn’t inconvenience her. And to think she’d been so darned worried about that, too. “As you heard, your clothes are in your room. I ordered a light supper. That should be in your room, as well. I would like to begin our work day promptly at eight. ” He pointed to the hallway on the left. “I’ll be there,” she told him. ” As he spoke, he smiled at her. She suddenly found herself slightly breathless and had to clear her throat before she could speak.
Any room in this place was going to be fabulous. Khalil spoke to the two suits, and they disappeared down the hall. Then he turned to her. “I find the bodyguards tiresome,” he said. ” “It seems like a sound precaution,” she offered, not sure if a comment was expected. “I suppose. They stay in the suite and accompany me when I leave. ” “I appreciate that,” she said. How nice to know that the bodyguards wouldn’t inconvenience her. And to think she’d been so darned worried about that, too. “As you heard, your clothes are in your room.
The Sheik's Kidnapped Bride (Desert Rogues, No. 1) by Susan Mallery