The warrior she tamed...Wild and untamed, Tarek al-Khalij was never meant to rule Tahar.
More familiar with a sword than a crown, this lethal warrior must now heal the suffering his brother's rule has inflicted.
To do it, he needs his most precious-and dangerous-weapon yet...a royal bride!
The widow he conquered Elegant and poised, Queen Olivia will educate Tarek in the civilised art of political warfare.
But in exchange Tarek unleashes an unrestrained primal passion she could never have guessed at possessing.
Soon Olivia realises that she has become inescapably bound...to the warrior King!
Praise for Maisey Yates Married for Amari's Heir 4* RT Book Review Yates' interesting tale contains lively writing and good characterization.
Rocco is well drawn in that he's still damaged from his past, as is Charity in her refusal to take too much blame for her father's actions.
His Diamond of Convenience 4.5* RT Book Review Yates's edgy page-turner is an exceptional mix of laugh-out-loud humor and intense revelations painted perfectly by the powerful narrative.
Her dueling duo are the worthiest of opponents, and their passionate soul-baring is the piece de resistance. Sheikh's Desert Duty 4.5* RT Book Review Yates' romance has all the bells and whistles: beautifully opulent sand-scapes and deadly desert dangers, and a haunted, penitent royal hero and determined, wrong-side-of-the-tracks heroine who may seem ill-fated but are a perfect fit.
- Format: Paperback
- Pages: 192 pages
- Publisher: HarperCollins Publishers
- Publication Date: 13/08/2015
- Category: Adult & contemporary romance
- ISBN: 9780263249071
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