Wanted: royal bride and mother! For Sheikh Tariq of Al Sarath, one miserable marriage was eugh. With a kingdom to rule he has time-r wish-to find a bride, but his children need a mother. Could Princess Samira of Jazeer be the answer? Samira has sampled passion, and it left a bad taste...So, kwing she can't have the children she's always wanted, Samira steps into Tariq's ready-made family. Her only condition? No sex! Samira had thought royal duties and her love for Tariq's children would fill the hole in her heart, but a craving is building that only the Sheikh's touch can cure...Desert Vows Two powerful desert princes...and the only women who can tame them. As desire burns hotter than the desert sand, can these powerful sheikhs withstand the heat of temptation? Book 1: The Sultan's Harem Bride Book 2: The Sheikh's Princess Bride Praise for Annie West The Sultan's Harem Bride 4.5* RT Book Review West's desert romance of duty versus love stars a haunted but brave heroine and an autocratic yet caring hero. The exotic, sumptuous settings exemplify palace life, and the royal co-stars are memorable. The first love scene is a sensual buffet. Rebel's Bargain 4.5 * RT Book Review West's second-chance romance is an imaginative and intensely thrilling brainteaser, ripe with shrouded misconceptions. Her silver-spoon hero and wounded heroine are passionate and convincing. Damaso Claims His Heir 4.5* TOP PICK RT Book Review West's page-turner set in colorful Brazil is impressively perfect, starring her well-matched, rags-to-riches hero and her unjustly scandal-ridden royal heroine. Her illuminating, expert narrative brings the breathtaking story and the explosive lovemaking to life.
Annie West has devoted her life to an intensive study of tall, dark, charismatic heroes who cause the best kind of trouble in the lives of their heroines. As a sideline she's also researched dreamy locations for romance, from vibrant cities to desert encampments and fairytale castles. Annie lives with her family at beautiful Lake Macquarie. She loves to hear from readers and you can contact her at www.annie-west.com or at PO Box 1041, Warners Bay, NSW2282, Australia.