Innocent in the Sheikh's Harem

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Harlequin, Jul 1, 2011 - Fiction - 288 pages
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Lady Celia Cleveden thinks of herself as eminently sensible from the tips of her sturdy boots to the top of her unadorned bonnet. It seemed logical she would marry an equally practical gentleman.

Until she's rescued by wildly enigmatic desert prince Ramiz of A'Qadiz, while traveling across his unforgiving sands. He offers her a place in his harem and Lady Celia ought to be shocked…except the seductive desert and intoxicating Ramiz make it curiously tempting….

 

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User Review  - Sarah_Gruwell - LibraryThing

This book shone in its romantic aspect. Along with the heat of passion (and boy is there a load of that!), the tenderness of romantic love makes itself abundantly felt. I loved the moments where we ... Read full review

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Lady Celia has entered into a loveless marriage at the request of her father, a prominent British diplomat. But she is optimistic. After all she likes George and is very excited to be going with him ... Read full review

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Contents

Section 1
7
Section 2
26
Section 3
46
Section 4
65
Section 5
85
Section 6
103
Section 7
123
Section 8
141
Section 9
160
Section 10
180
Section 11
199
Section 12
221
Section 13
241
Section 14
259
Section 15
279
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Marguerite Kaye writes hot historical romances from her home in cold and usually rainy Scotland. Featuring Regency Rakes, Highlanders and Sheikhs, she has published almost thirty books and novellas. When she’s not writing she enjoys walking, cycling (but only on the level), gardening (but only what she can eat) and cooking. She also likes to knit and occasionally drink martinis (though not at the same time). Find out more on her website: www.margueritekaye.com

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