The Sheikh's Impetuous Love-Slave by Marguerite Kaye
(Princes of the Desert)

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Arabia, 1816

For Sheikh Khalid al-Raqam, choosing a bride comes second to the responsibility of ruling his kingdom and protecting its treasures. When he is given a shipwrecked foreign beauty as a tribute gift, he foresees a diplomatic nightmare--until he lays eyes on Juliette de Montignac's lush curves. His passion is only roused further by her bold and defiant spirit. His inner conqueror awakened, Khalid is determined to tame awakening her own desire for him!

About Marguerite Kaye

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Born and educated in Scotland, Marguerite qualified as a lawyer though, she chose a career in IT instead, picking up an honours and a masters degrees in history in her spare time. She had dreamed of being a writer since winning a poetry competition aged nine, and finally took the plunge thirty years later with a historical romance. Find out more about Marguerite at
Published June 1, 2011 by Harlequin Historical Undone. 49 pages
Genres: History, Romance, Literature & Fiction. Fiction

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