The Sultan's Bought Bride by Jane Porter
(Harlequin Presents)

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Amid a swirl of rose petals, the desert sultan solemnly materializes. Nicolette is stunned. With his well-defined face and glittering ethnic garb, he is the most fascinating thing she’s ever laid eyes on! “Welcome to the land of a thousand dreams, Princess Chantal.” The name he calls her in his sweet, low voice brings Nicolette back to reality. That’s right, I’m here posing as my sister, Chantal, his fiancée, to trick him into making our plan work out! Ooh, but can I really take advantage of a man like him?
 

About Jane Porter

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Born in Visalia, California, Jane Porter is a small-town girl at heart. She loves central California's golden foothills, oak trees and the miles of farmland, rich with the sweet and heady fragrance of orange blossoms.As a little girl Jane spent hours on her bed, staring out the window, dreaming of far-off places, fearless knights, princesses and happy-ever-after endings. Her parents fed her imagination by taking her family to Europe for a year when she was thirteen. That incredible year in Europe changed Jane's life, and overseas she discovered a huge and wonderful world with different cultures and customs. She spent much of her high school and college years abroad, studying in South Africa, Japan and Ireland. South Africa remains a country of her heart, the people, the land and politics complex and heart-wrenching. Jane loved everything about Europe, as well, but felt especially passionate about Italy and those gorgeous Italian men (no wonder her very first Presents hero was Italian).With her bachelors degree from UCLA in American Studies, a program that combines American literature and American history, she's worked in sales and marketing. Later Jane earned her masters in writing from the University of San Francisco and taught junior high and high school English. She now lives in rugged Seattle, Washington, with her two young sons. She never minds a rainy day, either, because that's when she sits at her desk and writes stories about far-away places, fascinating people, and most important of all, love. Jane likes a story with a happy ending. But then, she believes we all do.
 
Published April 1, 2008 by Harlequin Presents. 192 pages
Genres: Romance, Literature & Fiction. Fiction

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